Nathaniel J. Ryan wins Ocktober Film Festival 2017 Best Actor Award
Emerging Actor, Producer, Writer, and Activist Nathaniel J. Ryan wins big at the Ocktober Film Festival taking home the Best Actor Award. Taishon S Black also won Best Writer at the festival.
“I was on tour in St. Louis working when I was nominated and 2 weeks later my friends called me to tell me I won! I was excited and grateful being acknowledged,” says Ryan. He is currently touring with the Chamber Theatre Productions doing plays based on the works of Tennesse Willia and Edgar Alan Poe until Dec 22nd.
Blind Faith is a short faith-based film that tells the story of Henry played by Nathaniel J. Ryan who has suffered a terrible loss. While contemplating his life on the road, Henry encounters Jesus.
Ryan’s lists of film credits include; “Love Don’t Live Here”, “And There Were 4” which is soon to be released. Television credits include, “Six Degrees of Murder” and “Redrum”.
The Ocktober Film Festival (OFF) is a New York film festival that serves as a platform for artist to express themselves through film and new media. We are heavily involved with the independent filmmaking community and therefore, this festival has become a trusted resource for emerging and established filmmakers.
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