Bryn Higgins

Director and writer for film and television
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Biography

Bryn has over 20 years experience in award-winning drama and documentary, from the Royal College of Art to the BBC to the independent sector. He has been BAFTA nominated for Originality as a drama director and twice nominated for RTS awards. He has written screenplays for BBC, ITV and a comedy feature. He has award-winning expertise in directing high end drama and comedy, as well as specialist knowledge of state-of-the art graphics and SFX. He is committed to creating interesting, valid, challenging films.

Bryn directed the darkly comic psycho-romance feature film Unconditional, written by Joe Fisher, and the second series of Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror for Zeppotron/Channel 4.

Bryn has directed his second BFI-backed feature, Electricity, written by Joe Fisher and based on the award-winning best-selling novel by Ray Robinson.

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Film

Director

Starring
  • Christian Cooke
  • James Bolam
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    Feature

    Stone City Films
     
    Writer Joe Fisher
    Starring
  • Agyness Deyn
  • Paul Anderson
  • Christian Cooke
  • Alice Lowe
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    Feature
    Stone City Films
     

    TV

    Director

    Producer Barney Reisz
    Writer Charlie Brooker
     

    Darkly comic series

    Zeppotron for Channel 4
     
    Privates
    5 x 45'
    Writer Damian Wayling
    Starring
  • Patrick Baladi
  • Marc Silcock
  • Jack Fox
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    Drama
    Twenty Twenty for BBC1
     
    Producer Nick Pitt
    Writer Tony Marchant
    Starring
  • Andrew Buchan
  • Alun Armstrong
  • Rupert Graves
  • Lynsey Marshall
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    Period drama

    Shed Productions for BBC 1
     
    Producer Hal Vogel
    Writer John Milne
    Starring
  • Kerry Fox
  • Oliver Dimsdale
  • Danny Webb
  •  
    Feature length drama about the trials and horrific visions that made the most famous mystic of all time
    Daybreak Pictures for Discovery Channel
     
    Producer Tim Bradley
    Writer Rhidian Brook
    Starring
  • Emilia Fox
  • Tom Ward
  • William Gaminara
  •  
    Double bill of award-winning forensic crime drama
    BBC 1
     
     
    Documentary series
    BBC
     

    Director & Producer

    Starring
  • Sarah Smart
  • Charity Wakefield
  • Nicholas Farrell
  • William Houston
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    Popular BBC historical drama series based on stories from the London Hospital.
    Stone City Films for BBC 1
     
    Writer Lyall B. Watson & Colin Heber-Percy
    Starring
  • Nicholas Farrell
  • William Houston
  • Alfie Allen
  • Sarah Smart
  •  
    Follow up to successful historical drama
    Stone City Films for BBC 1
     
    Writer Lyall B. Watson & Colin Heber-Percy
    Starring
  • Tamzin Merchant
  • Nigel Cooke
  • Nicholas Farrell
  • Dorothy Duffy
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    Historical drama set in the London Hospital at the
    dawn of the Twentieth Century
    Stone City Films for BBC 1
     
     
    A gripping forensic investigation into what happened to the legendary bandleader
    Stone City Films for Channel 4
     
    Writer John Milne
    Starring
  • Daniel Webb
  • Christine Kavanagh
  • Olegar Fedoro
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    Fictional documentary examining the possible impact of 'artificial life' software
    Stone City Films
     

    Writer & Director & Producer

    Producer Hal Vogel
    Writer John Milne
     
    BAFTA nominated for Originality.A trilogy of sci-fi thrillers set in the near future, all dealing with the effects of new technology on our world.
    Stone City Films
     
     
    An internationally successful drama-documentary series that ran to 3 seasons dramatizing events at the heart of major headline disasters.
    Stone City Films for BBC 2
     

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    A gutsy, vibrant film. Fresh and free of cliche.

    Danny Leigh
    BBC Film 2014 on Electricity

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    Anything done well is art and Electricity is great art. It's a head-opener with a great cast, a brave story and a stellar mind-blowing performance from Agyness Deyn.

    Damian Hirst
    on Electricity

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