Ryan Steven Green is a commercial and documentary director. Taking up a camera for the first time at age 15, in the subsequent two decades he has amassed a body of work that can only be described as symptomatic of an unfashionably happy childhood—with topics ranging from snails to verbal insults, modern homesteaders to moustaches, vintage Volkswagens to dwarf basketball. A native of Los Angeles, Green received a BA in Cinema-Television with an emphasis on non-fiction filmmaking from the University of Southern California. He minored in Neuroscience. His documentary work has sent him around the world for the Emmy-winning PBS show Travelscope and can be seen in the non-fiction films of Jay Duplass as well as the global collaborative documentary One Day on Earth. As a commercial director/editor, his clients have included FanDuel, Green Dot, Nike, Plantronics, Toyota, and Zegna. He has been interviewed by the likes of VICE, Al Jazeera, CBC, Breakfast Television, and NPR, while The Atlantic, NowThis Entertainment, and Yahoo! Movies have all featured exclusive clips of his work. He lives in Los Angeles with his very-understanding wife and daughter.

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Circle the Wagen "Capo VW Interview" Info
Circle the Wagen has a special friend in San Juan Capistrano Volkswagen where a series of screenings of the film took place in 2013. Miles Brandon, owner of Capo VW, is also the current owner of CtW's star, "The Croc."

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The Hollywood Shorties "AMI @ SXSW" Info
Following the second screening of The Hollywood Shorties at SXSW 2016, Ryan was interviewed by Peter Armstrong of Accessible Media Inc.