"Andrew Lanyon, son of Peter Lanyon, was born in St.Ives in 1947. From 1966 - 1968 he studied at the London School of Film Technique; during this time Andrew co-organised the Durham Surrealist Festival. He spent several years as a Freelance photographer; co-producing an exhibition for Northern Arts entitled The Casual Eye and organizing a major touring exhibition for the Photographer's Gallery, London. In the mid-nineties, Andrew turned his attention back to film, the first of which to be released was Splatt dhe Wertha (Plot for Sale), a Cornish language film directed by Bill Scott which won the Golden Torc award at the 18th Celtic Film Festival in 1997.
Further films include lquote Laughing Gasrquote , lquote Badly Parked Carrquoteand lquote Fairy Questions Answeredrquote .