Ryan Bennett is a Filmmaker, Producer and Post-Production Supervisor. He Executive Produced Big
Time Adolescence, which will premiere in the US Dramatic Competition of Sundance 2019. He currently serves as Executive Producer and Post-Production Supervisor for Jeremy Garelick’s newly formed production studio, American High, where he Co-Produced Banana Split starring Hannah Marks and Dylan Sprouse, which premiered at the 2018 Los Angeles Film Festival. He is currently in post-production on the narrative feature films, Holly Slept Over, Looks That Kill, and Sid Is Dead. Ryan is a Maine Artist Fellowship Award winner for his short film Ramblin’ Round. Past projects include Post-Production Supervisor on Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story: Roanoke and Head of Production with Company 3, overseeing the completion of the Academy Award-winning film 12 Years a Slave, Out of the Furnace, and A Place Beyond The Pines.