A quick round up of Ben’s achievements in 2013.
The lost Race – History of the National Front
Ben Lewis is available for consultancy and public speaking on a wide variety of cultural topics, ranging from the Internet to Communism to Contemporary Art. Over the past decade Ben has gained immense experience of the global cultural scene thanks both to his documentaries, and to his articles and reviews in British, European and American journals. Ben is happy […]
For our German-speaking audience: Listen to a radio feature about What Brits Love on Inforadio! By Charlotte Funke Focus and Stern online wrote about it too: http://www.focus.de/kultur/kino_tv/medien-was-die-briten-lieben-doku-bei-arte-und-im-rbb_aid_768961.html
Abbie Loadman Ben’s Assistant and Researcher firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile +44 (0)7983392296 / Office +44 (0) 207 281 6296 Abbie has been working for BLTV since 2013. Starting as an intern working on post-production for What Brits Love (2012) and again in an office-based placement, Abbie joined the team, organising the day-to-day running of the office as well […]
2013 Google and the World Brain Sundance International Film Festival – Nomination World Documentary 2009 The Great Contemporary Art Bubble Foyle International Film Festival – Best Feature Documentary 2008 Blowing Up Paradise Tahiti Film Festival – Special Jury Prize 2007 Blowing Up Paradise Sichuan TV Festival – Golden Panda 2006 Blowing Up Paradise Grenoble […]
BLTV (Ben Lewis Television) Ltd was established in 2003 by award winning director Ben Lewis to produce creative, original, high quality European and International Co-Production documentaries with international appeal. Since 2003, BLTV has delivered in excess of 13 hours of prime international broadcast. BLTV has successfully co-produced with a number of international co production partners […]