Forfar film director Ryan Dewar sees second feature enjoy successful debut

picture by fraser band 07984 163 256 fraserband.co.uk ''Times Teens premier night at Perth Playhouse cinema.''Director and writers of the film, Ryan Alexander Dewar and Ian Grieve, left.

picture by fraser band 07984 163 256 fraserband.co.uk ''Times Teens premier night at Perth Playhouse cinema.''Director and writers of the film, Ryan Alexander Dewar and Ian Grieve, left.

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A Forfar film director’s second feature recently enjoyed a much-applauded premiere at Perth Playhouse last Sunday evening.

‘Time Teens: The Beginning’ is an independent Scottish film made by Baudelaire Productions and Dreamcastle Films and was director by Ryan Dewar from Forfar.

The film’s premiere at Perth Playhouse was a resounding success.

Joining the cast, director and writer were the businesses and sponsors who helped ensure the completion of this ambitious project, MP Pete Wishart and members of Creative Scotland.

Ryan Dewar of Dreamcastle Films has spent the last year working alongside Ian Grieve of Baudelaire Productions and on Sunday, February 15 their second feature-length film was shown in an exclusive gala event.

The original screenplay has been written by Ian, a Perth actor and writer, directed by Ryan and filmed in Angus and Perthshire.

This is their first fictional co-production although they have worked on a feature-length documentary in the past.

February’s upcoming premiere of the two-hour long feature film will be the launch-pad for their ambitious project of a local film industry hub, showcasing the area’s versatile landscape, unique infrastructure and wealth of original talent.

Ian Grieve, Time Teen’s writer, producer and actor, is a leading figure in the bid to create a Scottish Film Industry.

He commented: “We want to thank all the good people and businesses who helped us get to this momentous stage on the Time Teens path. With particular gratitude to everyone at Harry’s Perth for a wonderful night and to the architects of the newborn Perthshire and Angus Film Industry. May it have a healthy, youthful growth spurt and an ever blossoming future.”