David’s short films Bantams and Bolt caught the eye of the industry, resulting in a leap to feature film with Divorcing Jack and Aristocrats for the BBC. On the Nose followed, with Grand Theft Parsons being his latest feature. More recently David has directed Line of Duty and Love/Hate.
Ciaran Donnelly is a native of Dublin and has been directing international prime time television drama series for the last ten years. Recent credits include Titanic Blood and Steel, Camelot and The Tudors. He has directed BAFTA, RTS and IFTA winning television. He is now developing a slate for the international market.
Ian Fitzgibbon is an Irish film and television actor/director who directed the entire second season of Sky 1’s Moone Boy. Fitzgibbon has also directed Spin the Bottle and A Film with Me in It, the Comedy Central show Threesome and for the role of Fr. Jessup in the Father Ted episode, Kicking Bishop Brennan up the Arse.
Thaddeus O'Sullivan's feature films include December Bride, Nothing Personal and The Heart of Me. He has made numerous single dramas and series for all major broadcasters. Currently he is editing episodes of a BBC drama series on the First World War entitled The Ark. He won an IFTA in 2010 for Into the Storm.