Eden Grey

Soldier Eden Grey becomes the target of a shadow agency when she escapes a facility after being subjected to an off-the-record experiment.

On the run, Eden must avoid capture and go public with evidence that will expose the startling truth behind the clinical trials.

  • Tyrone Samuels
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  • Tyrone Samuels
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  • Christopher Jolley
  • R.E. Wolfe
  • Mhairi Calvey
    Key Cast
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  • Genres:
    Action, Thriller
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes 51 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    September 8, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    4,000 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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Director Biography - Tyrone Samuels

Tyrone Samuels is a writer and director from Hackney, East London.

His latest project is the ambitious, short action thriller 'Eden Grey', starring Braveheart child actress Mhairi Calvey.

Set in his home town, and based on a rogue soldier in the civilian world, Tyrone challenged himself to create a memorable female lead who defies convention.

It was also an opportunity to work with fight coordinator and author of 'Life of Action', Mike Fury.

'Eden Grey' can be described as 'Bourne' meets the impactful UK-based show '24: Live Another Day'.

As a graduate of Royal Holloway, University of London, his student film 'Bunk' received a First.

Inspired by French film classic 'La Haine', and told through the eyes of two 13-year-olds who ditch school, this gritty drama described what it was like living in Hackney during troubled times.

'Bunk' went on to be broadcast on Sky television in the UK in a series called Funky Black Shorts.

Later, Tyrone joined the BBC where he worked within Interactive. A fantastic training ground, he developed his trade shooting short-form documentaries and interviews, as well as producing music events for online and digital TV. 

One of these programmes included a Q&A session with a then relatively unknown Kanye West which quickly went viral.

Fast forward a few years, and after completing evening film courses, Tyrone made the decision to write and direct 'Project Skyline'.

This short crime thriller shed light on a now declassified black ops project, where government officials used psychics to 'remote view' and locate targets behind enemy lines. 

'Project Skyline' was screened at the British Film Institute as part of S.O.U.L. (Screening Our Unseen Lives) in 2014.

Moving forward, Tyrone's goal is to direct feature-length films and eventually share his experiences teaching cinema.

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