Kevin Brodbin is an Irish Screenwriter and Producer. His credits include writing the screenplay and story for 'The Glimmer Man' (1996) and 'Mindhunters' (2004), co-writing on 'Constantine' (2005), 'The X-Men' and its sequels and the film version of 'The A-Team'. More recent projects include James Cameron's remake of the sci-fi classic 'Fantastic Voyage'.
Darren Thornton made his television debut directing 'Love is the Drug' in 2004, a six part comedy-drama series for RTÉ. His first short film 'Frankie' won the Prix UIP award at the Berlin film festival in 2008 and the European Academy Award for Best Short Film in the same year. His second short film 'Two Hearts' also won the Prix UIP award in 2011 and was nominated for a European Academy Award in 2012. . Colin Thornton works as a Writer and Director in theatre and film. He has written several scripts including the award winning short film 'Two Hearts', written as part of the Irish Film Board’s 2011 Signatures scheme. 'A Date for Mad Mary' also marks Colin's feature film debut.
Peter Foott's debut feature film 'The Young Offenders', which he also directed and produced, shared the Audience Award at the Galway Film Fleadh in 2016 with 'A Date For Mad Mary'. He previously received an IFTA Award for Best TV Moment of the Year for 'Rebuplic of Telly', on which he has worked as both a writer and producer. Previous work also includes directing 'Mattie' and 'The Centre' and 'The Fear', which he produced, wrote and edited.
Writer-Director Juanita Wilson’s first short film 'The Door' received an Academy Award® nomination. 'As If I am Not There' was her first feature. Her adaptation of Daniel Woodrell’s novel 'Tomato Red'premieres at ADIFF 2017 starring Anna Friel, Julia Garner and Jake Weary.