Fiona Ashe is an award-winning Irish director who creates social issue dramas which have significance for people worldwide. She knows that a great story – told in a visually compelling way – will resonate with viewers all over the world.
Diploma in Advanced Film Directing, New York Film Academy.
Graduate of The Professional Screenwriting Series, ScreenwritingU, Los Angeles.
‘Cracks in The Ice’ – Best Screenplay Award, International Film Festival Ireland 2011.
‘Out Of Range‘ – adaptation of a contemporary Irish novel about a terrorist attack on American interests in Ireland.
Fiona has been trained in directing actors by Mark W. Travis and has taken masterclasses under the tuition of Wim Wenders, Anthony Minghella, Mike Figgis, Stephen Frears, Spike Lee, Stephen Daldry, Mike Leigh, Stanley Tucci, Robert Towne, Paul Schrader, Bruce Block and Lance Weiler.
Fiona has extensive experience of directing and producing television programmes.
Screen Directors Guild of Ireland
Writers Guild of Ireland
Irish Film and Television Academy
Get In Touch
Fiona is actively seeking producers with whom to collaborate so if you’d like to:
a) produce her high concept, marketable film & TV dramas
b) start a creative collaboration on a new project or
c) hire her as a visionary director on your projects
then please e-mail Director@FionaAshe.com
HOW HEALTHY ARE YOU?
2010 – Television Series for TV3
24-HOUR UNIVERSITY DESIGN CHALLENGE
2010 – Short Documentary
RAPUNZEL – THE BLONDE YEARS
2008 – Short Drama
SAVE TARA VALLEY
2008 – Short Documentary
I LOVE YOU SUZIE
2007 – Short Drama
SHADES OF GRAY
2001 – Short Drama (New York)
LOOK MY WAY
1995 – Short Drama
Shades of Gray
Best Film Noir Award, New York International Independent Film & Video Festival 2003
Cracks in The Ice
Best Screenplay Award, International Film Festival Ireland 2011.