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Eddy 3.0

Nathan returns home after a 4-month stay at a psychiatric ward, only to find his girlfriend has become close to one of her cybernetic creations. Soon, his paranoia begins to creep back in.

  • John Perivolaris
  • Jo Osborne
  • Jo Osborne
  • Stuart William Morrison
    Key Cast
  • Lauren Aviah Clarke
    Key Cast
  • Dean Turner
    Key Cast
  • Tom Hemblade
    Sound Design
  • Mark Boggis
    Director of Photography
  • Charlie Francis
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  • Genres:
    Sci-Fi, Drama
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 18 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 14, 2018
  • Production Budget:
    100 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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  • Student Project:
  • Glasgow 48 Hour Film Project
    United Kingdom
    October 25, 2018
    Scottish Premiere
    Best Directing, Best Writing, Best Sound Design, Best Use of Prop
Director Biography - John Perivolaris

John Perivolaris is an award-winning director based in London, England. John has won Best Directing at the 2018 Glasgow 48 Hour Film Project and Best Script at the 2016 Scottish Screenwriters' Script Competition. John’s body of work comprises films offering suspense and strong doses of rising tension; challenging elements which he loves exploring and experimenting with.

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Director Statement

I grew up on and fell in love with films like Blade Runner and Robocop. What do these two have in common, you ask? They deal with very similar themes. Themes which fascinate me and want to explore to this day. If I were to sum them all up and express them in one sentence, it would be, “The exploration of what it truly means to be human.” So, when the script for Eddy 3.0, written by the incredible Jo Osborne, fell on my lap, I almost came to tears. Here was a brilliant script, dealing with the exact same themes which influenced me as a child and, in many ways, modelled my tastes and identity as an adult.

Making Eddy 3.0 was a dream come true, and the people I got to make it with were a true dream team. Every time I watch the film I have a big grin on my face, because it never fails to remind me why I became a filmmaker to begin with.