This is my first blog post in a long time that hasn’t been a shameless self promotion of one of my own films, and I’m writing it because I think a really important step towards ratifying the dearth in female … Continue reading
As per usual I begin this post with an apology for my appalling lack of interaction with my blog as of late, I’ve moved things over to my new website megankfoxfilm.com for the most part!
However, I thought I’d touch base with the lovely people who follow me here to share a short film I made recently dealing with the issue of female homelessness. We shot this film in vertical format to make audiences consider the space that marginalised characters occupy in our society as well as on our screens. It was shortlisted for the Nespresso Talents competition and selected to screen at the Vertical Film Festival in Australia, and we are hoping it will have more festival screenings in the coming months.
So if you enjoy the video please take a moment to like and share it, any support is greatly appreciated as always.
Kelly Thornton started acting when at 14 when she was spotted on Grafton Street and asked to audition for Lance Daly’s feature film Life’s A Breeze. She got the lead role of Emma, alongside Fionnula Flanagan and Pat Shortt. For … Continue reading
Leah Moore started acting when she was 9 years old after the joining the Independent Theatre Workshop. During her time here Leah had the chance to perform in many different theatres around Dublin including the Gaiety Theatre and the National … Continue reading
Last Sunday this piece appeared in the Sunday Independent, an interview I did with Niamh Horan about my personal struggle with depression and the inspiration for my upcoming short film BATTLE: Full Interview Available Here We received some very kind … Continue reading