Terence Ryan

Terence Ryan (born 2 March 1948) is a British film director, writer, and producer. He has written, directed and produced eight feature films and he as also produced and directed an enormous variety of television programs and television series ranging from serious drama and comedy to sport, music and documentary. Feature films directed and produced by Terence Ryan include The Brylcreem Boys, Puckoon, Going Home, Hold My Hand I'm Dying. Feature films produced by Terence Ryan include Botched, Heaven on Earth. His work includes films in the genres of drama, comedy, music, and sport. He has also produced and directed social documentaries for charities including Help the Aged, Who Matters, Children in Need and Immunization Awareness. Terence Ryan is a founding member of the Irish Academy of Film. He was born in London, England. Terence Ryan began his film career in 1972 at the London International Film School. His first short feature, dramatising the life of the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins, was awarded the Finbar Prize for the Best Film at the Cork Film Festival. This film also won Terence Ryan the Grierson Award at the 1972 UK BAFTA Awards.


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