Arthur Galloway Cauty
Based in Bristol, UK
Arthur Cauty is an award-winning filmmaker, director & cinematographer, an avid traveller, pro-wrestling enthusiast and musician.
Cauty’s work includes the critically-acclaimed feature documentary A Royal Hangover starring Russell Brand (available on Amazon Prime), award-winning short Invisible, and a series of pioneering campaign films for the World’s leading digital performance marketing agency iProspect. His films have been featured by the likes of The Huffington Post, BBC, The Guardian & The Metro, included in the ‘Top 10 Films to Watch’ at the Academy Award qualifying Cleveland International Film Festival, screened theatrically from Hollywood to Adelaide, and broadcast in the US, Europe, Asia & Russia.
As a cinematographer & stock footage artist Cauty has provided film and video content to Warner Bros, Paramount, Universal NBC, Disney, Fox, BBC, ABC, TBS, CBS, Vice, Channel 4, ITV, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Sony, Microsoft & The Lonely Planet.
Prior to directing, he worked as a camera operator and editor with BAFTA award-winning director Tal Rosner on abstract film accompaniments for The Pet Shop Boys’ and The New World Symphony Orchestra in Miami, and on live sports coverage for Fox Sports, Sky & CNBC.
"(Cauty's A Royal Hangover) really is the only documentary on drinking worth watching" - Huffington Post
"One of the South-West's most talented young film makers" - BBC
"Hypnotic, mesmeric, astronomical! Arthur Cauty's 'Dark Skies' ties heaven and earth together in both beautiful harmony and distant isolation." - Devon & Cornwall Film
"A Royal Hangover is a sobering look at a plague that has dominated the British for centuries" - Cleveland International Film Festival
"Quite obviously an extremely talented film maker" - Al Snow, WWE Wrestler & Actor
"Take a bow, the entire lighting and design team" - The Telegraph (on TMIT)