Still from Enemies: The President, Justice & The FBI, courtesy of Showtime

Docuseries Associate Produced by Diana Golts '15 and Julia Begey Seureau '14 to Premiere on Showtime

November 8, 2018

Enemies: The President, Justice & The FBI, a documentary series associate produced by Diana Golts '15 and Julie Begey Seureau '14, is coming to television soon. The four-part series will premiere its first installment on Showtime on Sunday, November 18 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.


Inspired by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Tim Weiner's book, Enemies: A History of the FBI, the series presents the long, complex history of presidents testing the rule of law and the FBI's job to enforce it. Enemies: The President, Justice & The FBI, tells the story of the epic confrontations between the President and the FBI. From Nixon and Hoover to Trump and Comey, each battle illuminates a different facet of our democracy and the rule of law. Using the present as a prism, the show will look back to see which lessons held up, which didn't, and help predict the results of current and future confrontations.


Diana Golts is a Soviet-born, Toronto-raised filmmaker. She is passionate about films that deal with immigration, culture, and the working-class. Golts received her MFA in Creative Producing at Columbia University, where she produced various short films in three countries and four languages.


Julie Begey Seureau is known for her work on Bittersweet Sixteen (2014), Running Wild (2013) and Subordonnés (2014). Seureau received her MFA from Columbia University’s School of the Arts.