Documentary maker Louis Theroux is to be the keynote speaker at next month’s BVE in a session called “An audience with Louis Theroux.”

The session will take place on Thursday 2nd March 2017 at 11.20am in The Screen @ BVE Theatre.
Theroux’s career in documentary spans over two decades. His work to date includes Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends, When Louis Met… and films including My Scientology Movie, The Most Hated Family in America and his recent revisit to his earlier When Louis Met…Jimmy, re-examining his media relationship with Savile.
The BVE session will see Theroux share his experimental film-making highs and lows as well as providing insight in to the industry.
Daniel Sacchelli, Event Manager, BVE said, “We are truly excited to have Louis join us at this year’s event. He has created an incredibly successful career through bringing his own unique brand to his documentaries, all the while battling controversial and sometimes dangerous topics. It makes me very proud that I can announce Louis as a name on our seminar programme this year, providing a platform for him to impart his valuable expertise to other budding filmmakers.”
BVE’s free seminar programme has over 120 hours of sessions, hearing from the cream of British broadcast and film industry talent, AV and live events experts and creative industry specialists. Check out the full seminar programme here:
BVE 2017 takes place from 28th February to 2nd March 2017 at ExCeL London and registration is now open.

Jon Creamer

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