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About Ged

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About Ged
Role / Occupation:
Director/Writer
Location:
Dublin
Biography:
From Louth and a graduate of the National Film School.
Credits:
•Production Assistant: GMTV (2010)

•Wrote/directed ‘Bleeding Love’ (short, 2009)
Winner: Best Short Rom Com, New York International Independent Film and Video Festival 2009,
Winner: Best Short Film, Clones Film Festival 2009,
Winner: Judge's Award, Iron Mule Film Series, New York 2009.

•Wrote/produced ‘Blu Runner’ (internet skit, 2009) Winner of entertainment.ie’s ‘Favourite Scene’ competition. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LgyCnmQ_yw

•Was 1st Assistant Director on ‘The Spire’ (TV Pilot, 2009)

•Edited ‘Action/Reaction’ (Barnardos Advert for Kodak competition, 2009)

•Wrote/directed ‘Boy Soldier’ (short, 2009) Boy Soldier was selected to be scored by the RTE Concert Orchestra as part of a Filmbase/ FÁS initiative.

•Produced/directed ‘L Ron Hubbard in Dublin’ (short documentary, 2008)

•Produced/directed ‘Fractured Boy’ (music video, 2008) Winner: Best Music Video, Dundalk Music Awards 2009

•Was 2nd Assistant Director on ‘A Giant Problem’ (short, 2008)

•Produced/wrote/directed ‘Tinman’ (short, 2007). Tinman went on to win the Audience Award at the National Student Film Festival, 2008 and the Best Irish Short award at the Take 2 Film Festival 2008.

•Was a script contributor on ‘Swasticow: Cruisin’ the Bahn’ (independent feature, 2007)

•Was camera operator on ‘In Transit’ (documentary, 2007)

•Wrote/directed of ‘Off Me Cock’ (short, 2006)

•Worked in the Production offices of ‘Ella Enchanted’ in Ardmore studios as part of the transition year programme.

•Returned to Ardmore studios to work in the production offices of ‘Laws of Attraction’
Favourite Films:
Without thinking much: Rushmore, The Lord of the Rings, Withnail and I, Happiness, Casablanca, 24 hour party people, the list goes on.

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