Dreamcastle Films


Scottish based worldwide content creators

Directing Theatre & Film
Our director Ryan Dewar has 18 years experience in both stage and screen. From directing Feature films to Stage plays, teaching and corporate client directing.
From corporate to music, an event promo, show or film. We can film it. Depending on the scale of your project we can also supply our own equipment. Let's collaborate
Graphics/Projection Content
From SSE Hydro projection content or cinematic titles for your film or show projection, social media poster imagery, the lot! We can create to bring ideas to life.
Editing actors showreels or a promo to editing short or feature length productions. Using your footage or footage we shoot together.
Award Winning
Our work has been recognised globally, winning international film festivals and nominations in theatre awards on 4 & 5 star productions.
Our sister company also produces short film and theatre productions from the ground up. visit www.interabang.productions for more on collaborative producing

Press Reviews

Punctuated with music from the era, the nostalgic video design by Ryan Dewar flows brilliantly
Attitude ★★★★★
Slick, fast-moving and mind-blowing - a clever film about stalking with shrewd self awareness
The Scotsman ★★★★
Directed by Tony Roper with support from associate Director Ryan Dewar…this is a Steamie that truly brings the 1950’s Glasgow to life on an epic scale … with massive video projection show (designed by Dewar).
The Stage ★★★★ The Telegraph ★★★★ The Scotsman ★★★★ The Reviews Hub ★★★★★ Theatre weekly ★★★★★ The Herald ★★★★
Grounded on three comedic masterclass performances, Ryan ensures a tight ensemble successfully delivers a delightful essay on growing up, and finding yourself.
Broadway Baby ★★★★★
A master class in comic timing, Director Ryan Dewar, knows exactly how to get the best out of them and this deserves to be a sell-out show as it probably is already.
Sunday Mail ★★★★ K107 ★★★★ All Edinburgh Theatre ★★★★ The Times ★★★ Edinburgh guide ★★★★ The wee review ★★★★ British theatre guide ★★★★
With Ryan Dewar’s projections and Grant Anderson’s lighting, this stage play becomes an arena spectacular without losing an ounce of its intimacy”
Theatre Weekly ★★★★★
Directed by Ryan Dewar, the play bristles with interesting historical observations and suppositions.
Sunday Herald ★★★★★
Everything about this production just oozes quality. You’d be Crazy to miss it!
Evening News★★★★★
Ryan’s editing, with sound editing in particular bringing the socially-distant actors together in an almost seamless fashion…Brimming with talent
The Wee Review ★★★★