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    • American Interior

    • ie ie productions and commissioned by S4C in association with Film Agency for Wales/ 2014
    • SXSW Film Festival, USA 2014
      Toronto HOTDOCS, Canada 2014
      Indie Lisboa 2014
      Free State Film Festival 2014
      Distrital Film Festival, Mexico 2014
      Cine Tonalá Bogotá, Colombia 2014

      "A hugely charming and visually gorgeous film."
      Stephen Dalton - The Hollywood Reporter

      ''Shot almost entirely in black and white, the photography of vast landscapes of the Midwest is sumptuous – reminiscent of Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado.'' Leonardo Rossetti - junsuifilms

      "The cinematography is imaginative and executed with vivid, exciting flourishes of technique." Greg W - supajam

      "Beautifully shot in vivid digital it’s a film that is made by filmmakers who knew exactly the type of film they wanted to make." Dave O’Flanagan - dogandwolf

      Shot on the Canon C300 and Canon 5D mark iii with vintage Nippon Kogaku / Nikon lenses over 3 months in the USA, England and Wales. Black and White. 92 minutes.

      Cinematographer: Ryan Owen Eddleston
      Director: Dylan Goch / Gruff Rhys
      Producer: Catryn Ramasut
      Production Company: Ie Ie Productions
      Cast: Gruff Rhys
      Editor: Dylan Goch

      American Interior is on general release in the UK by Soda Pictures (2014) (UK) (theatrical) & S4C (2014) (UK) (TV)
      Funded by Film Agency for Wales & Penguin Publishing


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    • The Poet Who Loved the War: Ivor Gurney

    • BBC Productions / 2014
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    • Neon Neon – Postcards From Italy

    • Coming Soon
      Burt
    • Feature

    • Alan Davie



  • Film

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      • Benny & Jolene

      • Jolene Films / Verve Pictures / 2014
      • London LOCO Film Festival 2014
        Glasgow Film Festival 2014
        Borderlands Film Festival 2014
        Ffresh Film Festival 2014

        A low budget feature film shot over 5 days in England and Wales, shot on the Canon 5D mark iii with vintage Nippon Kogaku / Nikon lenses. 88 minutes.

        Director Of Photography: Ryan Owen Eddleston
        Directed by Jamie Adams
        Produced by Jon Rennie
        Cast: Craig Roberts, Charlotte Ritchie, Dolly Wells, Rosamund Hanson, Tom Rosenthal, Richard Elis, Laura Patch, Nicola Reynolds, Keiron Self, Ben McGregor, Louise Bond, Ian Smith, Gary Knowles, Gareth Milton, Sarah Hancock
        Edited by Sara Jones

        "Shot with a hand-held, freewheeling lightness of touch... to its handsome Welsh mountain landscapes." Stephen Dalton - The Hollywood Reporter
        "the duo's beautifully shot journey through rainy Wales" Ben Cardew - NME
        "the camerawork is lovely, picking out the areas of interest with a peppy euphoria." Glenn Sturdy - So So Gay
        "various lenses and focal lengths to put some lush Welsh scenery on screen in this festival road movie." Giles Broadbent
        "smooth-as-silk soft focus portraiture" Cameron Ward - The Movie Jerk

        Released in 5 cinemas June 6th 2014 by Verve Pictures (2014) (UK) (theatrical)
        Chapter arts Cardiff, Magic Lantern Tywyn, Reel Cinemas Port Talbot, Glasgow Film Theatre, The Riverfront Newport, The Savoy Monmouth, Irish Film Institute Dublin, the Lighthouse Wolverhampton and Arc Stockton on Tees


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      • The Sheepish Approach

      • Picked up for Sky’s PLAYHOUSE PRESENTS series
    • Coming Soon
      TMHS
    • Feature

    • The Midnight Horror Show

    • North Bank Entertainment / Independent Moving Pictures / 4Digital Media
    • Coming Soon
      A Wonderful Christmas Time
    • Feature

    • A Wonderful Christmas Time

    • Verve Pictures / 2014


  • Music Videos

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      • Joe Goddard (Hot Chip)

      • Subject To Change
      • Featured on PromoNews

        Director Of Photography: Ryan Owen Eddleston
        Director: Mark James
        Producer: Ryan Owen Eddleston / Mark James
        Editor / Colorist: Ryan Owen Eddleston

        Shot largely with the "DSO" Flare Factory 58 (EF Mount) Ultra low contrast, amber tint, Industrial matte black fixed quasi 1.5 lens, on the Canon 5D mark iii. The grade was a subtle contrast adjustment, the look was mostly in camera.


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      • Gruff Rhys

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    • Kutosis

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    • Gulp



  • Broadcast

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      • The Poet Who Loved the War: Ivor Gurney

      • BBC Productions / 2014
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        Broadcast on BBC Four 30/03/2014
        Available on Iplayer

        Director Of Photography: Ryan Owen Eddleston
        Director / Producer: Clive Flowers
        Exec Producer: Mike Poole
        Editor: Madoc Roberts
        Presenter: Professor Tim Kendall from the University of Exeter.
        Cast: Robin Willingham, Ross Langford

        Shot on the Canon C300 & Canon 5D mark iii with vintage Nippon Kogaku / Nikon lenses, in France, Belgium, England & Wales.

        "superb work, some lovely camera work" Paul Franks
        "The photography was excellent" Prof Edgar Jones
        "beautifully written and shot" Prof Michael Parker
        "gorgeous documentary on Ivor Gurney" Tom Motley


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      • BBC Orchestra

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    • Roath Lock

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    • Doctor Who

    • BBC Wales


  • BIOGRAPHY

    Ryan Owen Eddleston
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    I’m originally from Blackburn, Lancashire & half of my life has been spent in Cardiff, Wales where I’ve been honing my craft as a Director of Photography shooting feature films, documentaries & music promos.

    ‘The Poet That Loved The War: Ivor Gurney’ is a doc that was broadcast on BBC Four in March 2014. The feature length documentary ‘American Interior’ I shot over 3 months in the USA is out now on general release after screening at SXSW Film Festival 2014 & numerous festivals during 2014. The first feature film ‘Benny & Jolene’ I shot is out on general release after screening at the London Loco, the Borderlands & the Glasgow Film Festivals in 2014.

    The more recent films & docs I have shot are in postproduction & have been picked up for distribution in 2015 & I have a feature film planned to shoot in October in New York. My work has won awards & screened at festivals around the world & has broadcast on BBC, Channel 4, MTV and Sky.

    American Interior – in cinemas now
    SXSW Film Festival, USA 2014
    Toronto HOTDOCS, Canada 2014
    Indie Lisboa 2014
    Free State Film Festival 2014
    Distrital Film Festival, Mexico 2014
    Cine Tonalá Bogotá, Colombia 2014

    Benny & Jolene – in cinemas now
    London LOCO Film Festival 2014
    Glasgow Film Festival 2014
    Borderlands Film Festival 2014
    Ffresh Film Festival 2014

    The Poet Who Loved The War: Ivor Gurney
    BBC Four – April 31st