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John Richards

Editing

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About John Richards

John Richards is most well known for editing, and has 9 known credits, of which 9 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

John Richards’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy John Richards’s movies you should definitely watch Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride (2006), as with 8.2 it is the highest rated movie John has worked on!

  1. Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride (2006)
  2. The Toll (2021)
  3. Last Summer (2018)
  4. Stonewall (1995)
  5. Daddy's Girl (2006)

1. Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride (2006 Movie)

The best rated movie John Richards has been a part of is the science fiction movie Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride, where they had the role of editing. It has a rating on Friendspire of 8.2 and 7.6 on IMDb.

2. The Toll (2021)

The Toll has a rating on Friendspire of 7.0 and 5.5 on IMDb . John Richards worked on this comedy, thriller, crime movie as editing.

3. Last Summer (2018)

In Last Summer John Richards was worked as editor. This drama movie has a rating on 6.1 on IMDb.

4. Stonewall (1995)

This romance, drama, comedy, rom-com, lgbtq+ movie has a rating on 7.0 on IMDb. In Stonewall John Richards had the role of editing.

5. Daddy's Girl (2006)

John Richards was a part of the movie Daddy's Girl as editing. This horror, thriller movie has a rating 4.6 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

What is John most known for?

John Richards is most known for editing. John has worked on 9 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is John Richards’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Doctor Who: The Runaway Bride, which has a score of 8.2.

John’s Filmography

Executive producer. A young bride in the midst of her wedding finds herself mysteriously transported to the TARDIS. The Doctor must discover what her connection is with the Empress of the Racnoss's plan to destroy the world.

Executive producer. Brendan works solo shifts in the quietest toll booth in Wales, hiding from a criminal past where nobody would ever look. When he finally gets rumbled, word of his whereabouts gets out and his enemies head west for revenge. Meanwhile, local traffic cop Catrin’s investigation into a simple robbery finds her heading for the booth at exactly the wrong time.

Executive producer. During a long hot summer in the 1970s, four boys roam free through a neglected rural paradise, until a tragedy strikes that sets them against the adult world and changes their lives forever.

Executive producer. Nina, a troubled teen, is fixed on an uninterrupted feast of destruction when she’s forced to confront her immortality and twisted blood lust. Trapped between light and dark, psychosis and reality, the living and the dead, she’ll stop at nothing to satiate her CRAVINGS. Every addiction has a price, and usually it’s the cost of a life. Her price will be life too…but never her own.

Executive producer. Jack to a King is a passionate portrait of the rise of Swansea City Football Club from near oblivion to the world stage of the Premier League. It is the story of a city and the people who made the club what it is today. An independent feature from film makers, Mal Pope and Edward Thomas, YJB Films’, Jack to a King is about more than just a football club, it is about a city that survives against all odds – through the Blitz, industrial decline and recession. It tells a universal story of how football plays into the lives of ordinary people. It touches on the Welsh attitude to defeat and victory and the relationship between sport and money. The story is told through the characters involved, capturing the rhythm of their lives and presenting a portrait of where they live. Through it all, there is one dream, one ambition which unites everyone – The Premier League.

Executive producer. Set during the Kosovo war, an Albanian doctor treats a local Serbian family in a small village and is accused of being a traitor by the local people.

Executive producer. A young gay hustler from South Wales, Dafydd is working in Amsterdam where he meets David, a music lecturer also from Wales. Two kindred spirits in a foreign land. Originally aired as episode 2, series 3, of the television program "Wales Playhouse".

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