Gareth Edwards

 

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British film director Gareth Edwards is best known for directing the 2010 indie motion picture Monsters.   Although, Monsters was Gareth's first feature film, it was not his first time working in the film industry.  Gareth began his career in special effects, creating digital effects for prestigious shows such as Attila the Hun for which he won international recognition.   Determined to pursue his dreams, he entered SCI-FI-London the Film Challenge 48 where he had to make a movie with 1 actor, two days, and the smallest number of elements. He won the contest and the opportunity to direct his first feature film, Monsters

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Gareth Edwards

Born 1975 in Nuneaton, United Kingdom.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
British Independent Film Award for Best Director (Monsters) British Independent Film Awards 2010 2010 Monsters
British Independent Film Award for Best Technical Achievement (Monsters) British Independent Film Awards 2010 2010 Monsters
British Academy Television Craft Award for Special, Visual & Graphic Effects (Hiroshima: BBC History of World War II) 2006 BAFTA Television Craft Awards 2006 Hiroshima: BBC History of World War II
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer (Monsters) 64th British Academy Film Awards 2011 Monsters
British Independent Film Award for Best British Independent Film (Monsters) British Independent Film Awards 2010 2010 Monsters
British Independent Film Award for Best Director (Monsters) British Independent Film Awards 2010 2010 Monsters
British Independent Film Award Douglas Hickox Award (Directorial Debut) (Monsters) British Independent Film Awards 2010 2010 Monsters
British Independent Film Award for Best Technical Achievement (Monsters) British Independent Film Awards 2010 2010 Monsters
British Academy Television Craft Award for Special, Visual & Graphic Effects (Hiroshima: BBC History of World War II) 2006 BAFTA Television Craft Awards 2006 Hiroshima: BBC History of World War II
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Visual Effects - Series (Perfect Disaster) 58th Primetime Emmy Awards 2006 Perfect Disaster
British Academy Television Craft Award for Visual Effects And Graphic Design (Horizon) 2001 BAFTA Television Craft Awards 2001 Sjóndeildarhringur

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British film director Gareth Edwards is best known for directing the 2010 indie motion picture Monsters.

Although, Monsters was Gareth's first feature film, it was not his first time working in the film industry.  Gareth began his career in special effects, creating digital effects for prestigious shows such as Attila the Hun for which he won international recognition.

Determined to pursue his dreams, he entered SCI-FI-London the Film Challenge 48 where he had to make a movie with 1 actor, two days, and the smallest number of elements. He won the contest and the opportunity to direct his first feature film, Monsters.

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