Stevan Riley

Director-Editor-Producer

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Film, TV & Theatre

Agent: Natasha Galloway
Assistant: Talia Tobias

Film, TV & Theatre

Stevan's first film RAVE AGAINST THE MACHINE uncovered the story of musical youth in war-torn Sarajevo. It aired on Channel 4, was showcased internationally by the British Council, and was awarded at nine international film festivals. Stevan's debut feature doc BLUE BLOOD was released in UK cinemas by Warner Bros to widespread critical acclaim, earning him a nomination for Best Film at the Evening Standard Awards as well as Best British Newcomer at the London Critics' Circle Awards. Stevan then went on to shoot FIRE IN BABYLON which earnt him nominations at the BIFA's and Evening Standard Awards, EVERYTHING OR NOTHING which was the official feature documentary commemorating the 50th anniversary of Bond and LISTEN TO ME MARLON which was shortlisted for an Academy Award, BAFTA nominated and won a Peabody Award.

Documentaries

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LISTEN TO ME MARLON

2015

Showtime/NBC Universal

Shortlisted for an Academy Award; nominated for a BAFTA; won a Peabody Award.

EVERYTHING OR NOTHING

2012

Sony/MGM

Official documentary to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Bond series.

FIRE IN BABYLON

2010

Revolver Entertainment/ESPN

Won a Grierson Award, nominated for Best Documentary at the BIFA's and Evening Standard Awards.

BLUE BLOOD

2008

Warner Music Entertainment

Nominated for Best Film at the Evening Standard Awards and British Newcomer at the London Critics' Circle Awards.

Short Films

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RAVE AGAINST THE MACHINE

2004

Channel 4

Stevan's first film - awarded at nine international festivals:
National Geographic Award, Best Documentary, Flickerfest, Sydney 2006
Special Jury Prize, Aspen Shorts Fest 2005
Best Documentary, Dubrovnik IFF, Croatia 2005
Special Mention, AFI, Los Angeles 2005
Special Mention, Siena IFF, Italy 2005
Special Mention, Filmstock, London 2005
Special Mention, Raindance, London 2005
Best International Short, Cork IFF, Ireland 2005
Best Documentary, DIY Hollywood 2004