The film follows Elizabeth, an actress as she returns home to Argentina during the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Welsh colony.
JOIO/S4C/National Theatre Wales. Structured reality drama-documentary
You can watch the full feature film here: http://www.s4c.cymru/clic/e_level2.shtml?programme_id=525284785
starring Dolly Wells, Alice Lowe & Tom Cullen, due for a 2015 release.
"Ryan Owen 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."
My Brief Eternity: Ar Awyr Le, tells the story of Welsh artist Osi Rhys Osmond and his last work of art, which he chose to create for Maggie's South East Wales, due to open at the Velindre Cancer Centre in Cardiff in 2017.
Ryan Owen Eddleston is a BAFTA Cymru winning Director Of Photography and double nominee who specialises in feature films, documentaries and music videos, and works with medium to high end cameras and vintage lenses.
Ryan has shot the feature films 'Galesa', 'Black Mountain Poets', 'A Wonderful Christmas Time', 'Benny & Jolene', and the documentaries 'American Interior', 'Geraint Jarman', 'Osi Rhys Osmond' and 'Ivor Gurney'.
He also worked as a Camera Operator on 'Up All Night', 2nd camera on 'Petroleum Spirit' and a 2nd unit DOP on Kevin Allen's 'Under Milk Wood', Nike Rise Philippines and 'Hinterland'.
He has broadcast credits on both national and international and commercial television, and screened at international film festivals.
Photograph © Kirsten McTernan