Born in London in 1968, Bruce Burgess is a documentary filmmaker with 22 films under his belt. He is known for his reports and investigations into a wide range of mysteries, conspiracies and cover-ups. Since his expose of the secret Pentagon facility known as "Area 51" back in 1996, Bruce has both written, directed and hosted a series of well known documentary specials on subjects as diverse as ancient history, alien abductions, the British Royal family, CIA assassins and global terrorism.
His films have been shown on television in over 50 countries and include: "William: The Making of a King" (Granada Television & ITV), "Dreamland," "The Uninvited," "Impact Earth and the Lost Ark" (ITV, SKY and Discovery Networks International), "Raising the Titanic" (Carlton TV), "Sabina's Story" (BBC2), "Bombs & Basques" (Channel 4, UK), "Stranger than Fiction" (Channel 5, UK), "The Bermuda Triangle" and "In Search of the Holy Grail" (Discovery and Channel 5). In 2004, Bruce wrote and directed his first 35mm short film, "Rosbeef," which premiered out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival.
Filling in for George Noory, George Knapp welcomed filmmakers Renee Barnett and Bruce Burgess, who discussed their controversial new documentary, Bloodline, which investigates some of the key questions that frame Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code.
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