It was David's short films, 'Bantams' and 'Bolt', that caught the eye of the industry, resulting in a leap to feature film 'Divorcing Jack' and the mini-series 'Aristocrats', followed by 'On The Nose' and 'Grand Theft Parsons'. David is lead director on TV series 'Love/Hate' and 'Line of Duty'.
Ciaran Donnelly has been directing international prime time television drama series for the last ten years including executive producer and series director on 'Titanic: Blood and Steel', lead director of the Starz series 'Camelot' and regular series director of 'The Tudors' Ciaran has also directed BAFTA, RTS and IFTA-winning drama for BBC, ITV and RTÉ and has just finished shooting three episodes of 'Vikings'.
Declan Lowney is an Irish television and film director. In the 1990s he became known for directing 'Father Ted', which won him a British Academy Television Award in 1996. Other credits include 'Cold Feet', 'Little Britain' and 'Married Single Other' for TV, and feature film 'Wild About Harry'. He is currently directing Steve Coogan in the much anticipated Alan Partridge feature film, due for release in 2013.
Aisling is known for her unflinching honest portrayals, credits include 'Song for a Raggy Boy' (2003) which won over 20 awards at international film festivals. Her impressive television credits include the BAFTA Award-nominated 'Fingersmith' (2005), a feature-length episode of the BBC series 'Wallander' (2010) and psychological feature 'The Daisy Chain' (2008), which she wrote and directed.