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Name  Ben Edwards

Role  Film director
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Born  2 JulyLondon, England
Occupation  Filmmaker, director, writer
Movies  Set the Thames on Fire, Dotty, Animal Charm, The Town That Boars Me
Similar People  Sadie Frost, Sally Phillips, Rudy Law, Emma Comley, Michael Winder

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Ben Charles Edwards is a British film director, photographer and writer. Edwards began his career working as a photographer both in London and Los Angeles. Upon the release of Edwards' feature debut, The British Film Institute remarked that "Charles Edwards’ has crafted distinctive, admirable work that seems to have emerged from the unseen margins of British cinema."

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In 2011, Edwards directed and co-wrote Animal Charm,starring Boy George, Michael Urie, Sally Phillips, Sadie Frost and Emily Beecham.

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In early 2012, Ben created "Suzie Lovitt", a 10-minute short starring eight-year-old Rudy Law (son of Sadie Frost and Jude Law). The film was written by Edwards and Dominic Wells. "Suzie Lovitt" has only been screened once for a private event in Leicester Square in early 2012.

In early 2013 Edwards directed Dotty, co-written with Dominic Wells. The film was produced by Blonde to Black Pictures and Ben Charles Edwards. Sadie Frost won "Best Actress" at the Hollywood Independent Film Festival for her portrayal of the title character. The film was also selected for a further 18 international film festivals and received its European Premiere at Raindance Film Festival 2014 in its hometown of London.

In 2016 Edwards directed his motion picture debut Set the Thames on Fire, produced by Blonde To Black Pictures. Set the Thames on Fire is a fantasy film, directed by Ben Charles Edwards and written by Al Joshua. The dark comedy stars Michael Winder and Max Bennet as Art & Sal, two boys who fall through the clockwork of a grotesque, nightmare London, endeavouring to survive and escape, and perhaps find hope. The cast also includes Noel Fielding, David Hoyle, Sally Phillips, and Lily Loveless.

Other works include the award winning film Will Nature Make a Man of Me Yet? additionally entitled Motel Monologues. The film is a series of monologues recited back to back by a full female cast. However, the chosen historic monologues were all originally written or intended to be performed for or by men only.

Edwards' first short film, A musical entitled The Town That Boars Me (2008), a series of short films entitled "A Picture Book Of London Town", and Giles (a study of Giles Deacon) for Vogue Italia.

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