Out of the Blue
14-18s: Screen Thursdays
We have two groups for 14-18s. This is our new Acting for Screen group who have been working with Screen Education Edinburgh to create short films. From August they will start working with filmmaker and director Ryan Dewar from Dreamcastle Films before going on to make short films in collaboration again with Screen Education Edinburgh between January and June 2019.
|Dates:||Thursdays 6-8pm: 10th January - 4th April and 25th April - 20th June 2019|
|Venue:||Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 36 Dalmeny St, Edinburgh EH6 8RG|
£100 per term NB bursaries giving discounts and free places are available.
|What to Bring:||
Loose, comfortable clothes and a bottle of water
Ryan Alexander Dewar: Screen Director
As a director or producer, Ryan has worked for Red Bull, STV, BBC, World Travel and on two feature films, winning multiple international awards for ‘Time Teens: The Beginning’ for best film and best director. He has his own production company Dreamcastle Films www.dreamcastle-films.com
Other credits include media work for the official ‘Wicked’ & ‘Kinky Boots’ UK tours, ‘The Steamie’ and John Byrne’s ‘Cuttin’ a Rug’. He also directed short Films ‘Big Red’ & ‘The Wrong Guy’ with Andy Gray and Elaine C Smith and latterly worked with BBC’s ‘River City’. Ryan is a frequent collaborator as a director with Gilded Balloon at Edinburgh Fringe and Scottish tours.
In theatre, directed ‘Neither God nor Angel’ by Tim Barrow, Grant Stott in ‘Tales From Behind the Mic’, ‘Confessional’ by David Weir starring Jonathan Watson, ‘Double Feature’ by Philip Differ, starring Edinburgh King’s comedy favourites Andy Gray and Grant Stott and sell out musical ‘A Bottle of Wine & Patsy Cline’ by Morag Fullarton.
He has taught acting for camera at the Royal Conservatoire Scotland and for UNSUB actors and frequently collaborates with Shooters films and Spiritaid on social and documentary films.
Ryan is currently developing two new features and a TV movie.
Ailis Paterson: Assistant
Ailis is an aspiring writer, director and facilitator. She has recently returned to Edinburgh after studying in Aberdeen where she was awarded an MA (Hons) degree in English and History. She has worked in theatre and venue management for five years with Aberdeen Performing Arts and Summerhall, and has recently moved to join the front of house team at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh. Following on from volunteering with youth theatre projects and script in hand new writing nights in Aberdeen, Ailis has been with Strange Town since March 2016 and as well as working with our youth theatre groups, she leads some of the company’s outreach workshops in schools.
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