John Evans

John Evans

Director, editor and filmmaker in Bangor, United Kingdom

About John

I am a Royal Television Society award winning writer/director who produces and directs both fiction and factual productions, and has done for the BBC, Sky and S4C.


Name: John Evans

Lives in: Bangor, United Kingdom

Occupation: Director, Editor, Filmmaker, Producer and Screenwriter

Credits

  • Afghanistan

    Afghanistan (2015)
    TV Movie (Documentary) Director By December 2014 Britain's forces had left Afghanistan, and the future of the country is uncertain. Owen went back to the country he knows so well to spend time, once again, amongst her people. But this time he's going back as an ordinary traveller. Through his eyes we too can get a glimpse of Afghanistan beyond the front line. Written by S4C

  • Cysgod Rhyfel

    Cysgod Rhyfel (2014)
    Film (Documentary) Director After active service in Northern Ireland, the Falklands, Iraq and Afghanistan four veterans openly discuss their experiences of conflict and the psychological effects of war on their lives beyond the battlefield. Intimate and highly emotional Cysgod Rhyfel gives real insight into the effects of war on veterans' mental health and how to live life after war once they return home. Written by Anonymous

  • Jam Man

    Jam Man (2014)
    Film (Short and Drama) Director Struggling with her mother and step-father, 12 year old Kelly runs away from home and to her estranged father's house. Chris, a former soldier with disfiguring physical injuries on his legs while also suffers the mental scars of war, discovers Kelly has run away and takes her home despite her pleas to stay. In an attempt to show Chris as a failure Mel, Kelly's mother, allows her to stay with her father. Both Chris and Kelly have dark secrets that cause them pain and their parallel lives become interconnected. When the time approaches for Kelly to return home, she asks her father if she can stay with him. Refusing, Chris tells her he is not the parent she needs. Their bonding continues, which begins to heal old wounds for Chris as he accepts his responsibilities as a father. Responsibilities he sees he neglected when he struggled to cope with the trauma of serving in Afghanistan. However this does not go far enough to reach and help Kelly. Waking in the morning Chris finds Kelly ... Written by ADDA Films

  • Amomynus

    Amomynus (2013)
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  • Curtains

    Curtains (2013)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Director In the unique environment of a women's refuge four victims whose ages range from 19 to 60 will discuss what it is to live in a abusive home and suffer physical, psychological, emotional and sexual abuse from someone who says I love you. Domestic abuse accounts for 54% of UK rapes and one quarter of all violent offences, of which 1 in 4 women will suffer from it and 2 a week will die because of it. Domestic abuse is the crime we just do not talk about. So let this film start the conversation. Written by Adda Films

  • Not

    Not (2012)
    Film (Short and Drama) Director Nia is a young mother in an abusive relationship. Her two young girls Ceri and Carys grow up having to watch their mother beaten and bullied by her boyfriend. Not able to stop it, not able to hide, not able to understand.

  • Long I Stood There

    Long I Stood There (2012)
    Film (Short and Drama) Director Forced to dwell on recent events, a mother is reflects on one traumatic day. But how much of what she remembers is real? Is the pain caused by what has happened or what nearly happened?

  • Luck

    Luck (2012)
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  • Maggie

    Maggie (2012)
    Film (Short and Drama) Director Maggie is the story of a woman who is pushed over the edge by her illness, that those around her are blind to.

  • When Saturday Comes

    When Saturday Comes (2011)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Director Siôn gives a very personal account of what it means to play for his boyhood team, his Country and what football is to someone who knows nothing else than to wait for when Saturday comes.

Awards

  • Nominated Royal Television Society Award Best Drama
    (2014)

  • Nominated Celtic Media Festival Best Short Drama
    (2013)

  • Winner Royal Television Society Best Drama
    (2012)

  • Nominated Royal Television Society Award Best Drama
    (2012)

John's Profile Statistics

  • Since: September 2015
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