Ciaran Foy

 

Film Type: Live Action

Bio

 

Ciarán graduated from the National Film School in Dun Laoghaire with an honours degree in directing.

 

His IFB funded short-short, The Faeries of Blackheath Woods (2006), screened at over 40 festivals worldwide and won nine best short awards at international festivals such as; Melbourne, Cork, and Brest. It was also nominated for an IFTA and a Golden Meliés (European Fantasy Award).

 

Ciarán’s feature film debut Citadel, which premiered at SXSW in March 2012, garnered rave reviews from publications like Variety and blogs such as Aintitcool.com and walked away with the coveted Midnighters Audience Award.

 

He is represented by Michael McCoy at ITG London.

Filmography

 

CITADEL

2012 – Feature

 

THE FAERIES OF BLACKHEATH WOODS

2006

 

SCUM-BOT

2005

 

THE PUPPET

2002

 

WIRED 03:36

2001

 

1902

2000

Showreel

 

 

Awards

 

Citadel

 

2012, Winner Midnighter Audience Award, SXSW USA

 

Scum-Bot

 

2007, Winner 2nd Prize, Best Irish Short, Galway Film Fleadh

 

The Faeries of Blackheath Woods

 

2007 Winner Best Horror, Melbourne Independent Film Festival

 

2007 Winner Best Short, Diversions Short Film Festival, Temple Bar, Dublin

 

2007 IFTA, Best Short Nomination

 

2006 Winner Grand Prix Cocotte Minute, Brest Film Festival France

 

2006 Winner Silver Méliès (and a Méliès D’or nomination) – Cinenygma Luxembourg International Film Festival

 

2006 Highly Commended Certificate, TCM London Film Festival

 

2006 Winner Best Fantasy Short, Best Special Effects, Best Cinematography – The Terror Film Festival, PA USA

 

2006 Winner Best Irish Short – The Kerry Film Festival

 

2006 Winner Best Irish Short – The Cork Film Festival

2010 - present

2010 - present