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Ben Lewis (VII)

Ben Lewis is a producer and director, known for Hammer & Tickle (2006), Google and the World Brain (2013) and Poor Us: An Animated History of Poverty (2012). See full bio »

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Hammer & Tickle Producer
Chancers Director


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 2021 Art Bust (Podcast Series documentary) (producer - 8 episodes)
- Don Miller's Basement- Part 2 (2021) ... (producer)
- Don Miller's Basement- Part 1 (2021) ... (producer)
- Hunter/Toye Story- Part 2 (2021) ... (producer)
- Hunter/Toye Story- Part 1 (2021) ... (producer)
- The Golden Coffin (2021) ... (producer)
 2018 The Kleptocrats (Documentary) (development producer)
 2006 Hammer & Tickle (Documentary) (executive producer)
 2005 Blowing Up Paradise (TV Movie documentary) (producer)
 2004 Great Communist Bank Robbery (Documentary) (executive producer: BBC)
 2002 The Art Show (TV Series documentary) (producer - 1 episode)
- Gursky World (2002) ... (producer)
 2002 The King of Communism: The Pomp & Pageantry of Nicolae Ceausescu (TV Movie documentary) (producer)
 1999 The Lost Race (TV Movie documentary) (producer)
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[on what projects attract him] I like unusual off-the-wall stories that make you think at first 'why make a film about that?', and then when you watch the whole film you think 'Ah, now I understand'. So I used Communist jokes to get people to feel what it was like to live under communism, and Google's book scanning project to critique the internet. In my art market film The Great Contemporary Art... See more »

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