'The Super Recogniser' tells the story of Scott (Anderson), a seemingly normal young man with a very special talent. Thanks to his
exceptional skills of 90% facial recognition, Scott has been recruited to work in a secret government initiative. Under the
watchful eye of his tough-talking supervisor Agent Williams (Arya), this Super Recogniser is over-worked and under pressure as
he spends hours seeking terrorists and criminals captured on CCTV cameras. However, Scott starts to question everything after
he believes he sees 'himself' on the monitors.
What is his doppelgänger trying to tell him? Who is Scott really working for? Have his targets actually done anything wrong?
Jacob is a talented actor and singer from Bristol, who made his big screen debut in the hit film Adulthood in 2008. Jacob has starred in a host of popular TV series, including Broadchurch, Silent Witness, Skins, Episodes and Spooks. Since 2013, Jacob has played Grey Worm in Game Of Thrones. As a musician, he performs under the name 'Raleigh Ritchie' and released his critically-
acclaimed debut album You're A Man Now, Boy in 2016.
Ryan Eddleston is a BAFTA Cymru winning Director Of Photography, who specialises in fast-moving, spontaneously shot and often improvised Feature Films & Reportage Documentaries. Ryan’s recent feature titles include the critically acclaimed PREVENGE (Dir. Alice Lowe). BLACK MOUNTAIN POETS (Dir. Jamie Adams) – both of which were nominated at this year’s BIFAs and AMERICAN INTERIOR (Dir. Gruff Rhys) released in 2014. Ryan has broadcast credits on both National & International & Commercial Television, and his work has screened at international film festivals around the world, including SXSW, Toronto, Venice and London International Film Festival.
Behind the scenes.
Ritu is a rising star, soon to be seen in the upcoming film Daphne. On TV, Ritu has been seen in Humans, Sherlock and as Dr Megan
Sharman in Doctors.
About Jennifer Sheridan
Jennifer is an award-winning editor and director from South London. During her 10 year editing career, she has worked on Rose
D'or and Bafta-nominated shows. Her directional debut 'Rocket' won the Virgin Media Shorts 2012. Since then, she has completed
four further films and won numerous awards at film festivals internationally, including Best Sci Fi at SoCal Creative & Innovative
Film Festival, USA; Best London Filmmaker at WIFF, and the People’s Choice Award at the BAFTA qualifying Aesthetica Film Festival.
The Super Recogniser Wins Another Award
After gaining a nomination for Best Director at Underwire, & Best Post production at London Lift Off. The Super Recogniser has won BEST SCI-FI at the Dublin Sci-Fi Festival, Best Performances at the Feedback Festival Toronto and now BEST THRILLER at the FantaSci Short Film Festival.