Ryan Eddleston is a BAFTA Cymru winning Director Of Photography & double nominee, who shoots feature films, documentaries & television.
Ryan's work has screened at international film festivals; 'Prevenge' is opening 'Venice Film Festival 2016' and screening at 'Toronto Film Festival 2016', 'Difficult Second Coming' at 'Venice' & 'American Interior' at 'SXSW 2014' & 'Black Mountain Poets' at 'SXSW 2016'. He has broadcast credits on both national & international television & has filmed all around the world.
Ryan has just finished shooting '[Hi Maintenance]' a film produced by Somethin' Else for Topman directed & starring Raleigh Ritchie/Jacob Anderson. He has also finished shooting 'Making a Masterpiece' a documentary in Italy directed by Matteo Bini, & 'Forgotten Royalty' a documentary in Portugal & Africa directed by Mosco Kamwendo.
Ryan is based in Cardiff & London.
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Written, Directed and Starring Raleigh Ritchie / Jacob Anderson.
Written, Directed and Starring Alice Lowe, due for a 2016 release.
Produced by Vaughan Sivell, Will Kane (Western Edge Pictures), Jen Handorf
Cast: Alice Lowe, Gemma Whelan, Kate Dickie, Jo Hartley, Kayvan Novak, Dan Renton Skinner, Tom Davis, Mike Wozniak, Eileen Davies, Tom Meeten, Leila Hoffman, Marc Bessant.
An ironic post-feminist slasher movie about the metamorphosis that pregnancy causes on women. A reflection on gender politics through an anarchic reinterpretation of the conventional thriller. Blood, sneers and cruel visionary peaks. Alice Lowe, the protagonist of Hot Fuzz, The Kill List and Sightseers debuts with a cult film for cinéphiles (but not only).
Prevenge Info: http://www.sicvenezia.it/3773/edizione-2016/film-2016/prevenge/?lang=en
Screen International Article: http://www.screendaily.com/news/alice-lowe-starts-shoot-for-feature-directorial-debut-pre-venge/5095983.article
Nominated for The Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015.
Starring Alice Lowe, Dolly Wells, Tom Cullen.
Sight & Sound review:
"In its charged feeling for landscape, Ryan Eddleston's expressive widescreen photography of the rugged Brecon terrain recalls Laurie Rose's work in Ben Wheatley's Sightseers (2012)."
"Ryan Eddleston’s widescreen camerawork embraces the sodden, soaring landscape in saturated tones of russet and moss, closing in as carefully on fence barbs and foliage as on the actors’ wonderfully expressive faces."
Starring and Directed by Dylan Edwards, Natasha O'Keeffe.