Friday, March 13, 2009

Come See Me at CUT! Film Festival this Weekend

I'll be at CUT! Film Festival celebrating the 25th Anniversary of "Robin of Sherwood" with my old mate Jason Connery and a few other lads. I hope you'll join or check back here to see video and pics from the event. Mike Grell will be there too and we'll be discussing Comics in Film.
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Ryan will join Cast Discussion on Show’s Loyal Following & Promote New Projects Including “The Pilgrim,” “Transformers,” & “Robbing Bingo”

Los Angeles, CA – March 13, 2009: Mark Ryan will join former “Robin of Sherwood” mate, Jason Connery, at CUT! Film Festival 2009 for a screening to celebrate the show’s 25th Anniversary and a discussion about the show’s loyal fan base. Ryan will also sit on a Comics panel with Mike Grell, with whom he partnered to create “The Pilgrim,” a graphic novel based on true accounts of paranormal espionage, currently available at CUT! Film Festival 2009 is a benefit and celebration of cinema dedicated to the art and imagination that goes into the creation of film. This year’s event takes place the weekend of March 14-15, 2009 at the historic Aero Theatre in Santa Monica, CA.

WHO: Mark Ryan (Robin of Sherwood, Transformers, The Prestige)

WHAT: CUT! Film Festival 2009 – 25th Anniversary Screening of “Robin of Sherwood”

WHERE: Aero Theatre
1328 Montana Ave, Santa Monica, CA

WHEN: March 14, 2009:
· 11:20 am – “Comics and the Impact On Film Today” - Mike Grell, Steve Niles, Mark Ryan, Daniel Vest
· 6:45 pm – Celebrating “Robin of Sherwood” 25th Anniversary with Mark Ryan, Jason Connery & other guests TBA – Screening of episode: Sheriff of Nottingham plus a charity auction.

WHY: “Robin of Sherwood” has enjoyed a loyal fan base that keeps the show alive via web groups, fan clubs and conventions both in America and the U.K. Mark Ryan has had a successful career since his days as a merry man, including voicing Bumblebee in the box office hit, “Transformers” and partnering with legendary illustrator, Mike Grell to create “The Pilgrim” graphic novel. Ryan recently launched a musical project nearly 20 years in the making, based on Emily Bronte’s “Wuthering Heights,” which he plans to bring to the big screen soon and is currently available on iTunes. He has also signed on with Mighty Finn Productions for 3 upcoming projects including “Robbing Bingo,” which will reunite Ryan with Sherwood cast mate, Ray Winstone (Beowulf.) Ryan will pull triple duty on the film as Associate Producer, Actor & Action Coordinator.

For more information and all media inquiries regarding Mark Ryan, The Pilgrim and Wuthering Heights
Music, please contact Angela Moore at 310-429-8868 or

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