Ryan Little started his career with The Last Good War, a short film that received the “Jimmy Stewart Memorial Award” and an "Emmy” at the 1999 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences College Awards. In 2004 Little directed his first feature film "Saints and Soldiers."  This critically acclaimed film received the “Best Picture Award” at over fourteen film festivals, two nominations at the Independent Spirit Awards and the $100,000 grand prize at the Heartland Film Festival.  In 2008 Little directed Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings) Neal McDonough (Band of Brothers) and Gary Cole (Office Space) in Forever Strong, the true story of the Highland Rugby Team. In 2011 he directed "Age of Dragons", a fantasy-based adaptation of Herman Melville’s classic story “Moby Dick.” The film stars Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon) as the obsessed Captain Ahab and Vinnie Jones (Snatch) as the incorrigible Mr. Stubbs. Little worked with Producer Dean Devlin (Independence Day) on the TNT Pilot "Blank Slate."  He just completed post-production on his new action movie "War Pigs" staring Mickey Rourke and Dolph Lundgren.  Little also directed two episodes of the new TV series "Granite Flats", which air on NETFLIX and seven episodes of the Sci-fi series "Extinct."  He currently lives in Los Angeles.