'The Hunted' (2023) | Psychological Thriller | Channel 5
A four part limited series commissioned by Channel 5, produced by Story Films UK. Starring Allen Leech (Bohemian Rhapsody, The Imitation Game, Downton Abbey), Kara Tointon (Mr Selfridge, Urban Myths, Archie), Charlie Hodson-Prior (Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical) and Taj Atwal (Trying, Line of Duty, Hullraisers).
'The Hunted' (w/t) follows the story of hard working, single mother Rachel and her young son Liam. She works all hours of the day as a cleaner to give him the best life she can, but it's a struggle. One day, her boss at the cleaning agency is approached by a businesswoman who says she’s acting for an extremely wealthy client called Elliot. Her client wants Rachel to come and clean for him exclusively. Better pay, less hours – it sounds too good to be true. Elliot’s behaviour towards Rachel and Liam becomes increasingly odd, controlling even. When suspicions are raised, Rachel starts to dig into his past, uncovering a dark and disturbing story from his childhood that sets off a nail biting game of cat and mouse.
Set for prime time release in early 2024. All episodes directed by Megan K. Fox, produced by John Wallace.
'Cailín Álainn' (2019) | Drama, Irish Language
A tender bi-lingual drama about a transgender teen who comes out for the first time at a cross dress disco at the Gaeltacht.
This film was made under the Kerry Arts Council Short Film Bursary 2018.
Newport Beach Film Festival '20 // Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival '20 // Aesthetica Film Festival '20
GAZE '20 // Nominated - Iris Prize '20 // Galway Film Fleadh '20 // Leeds International Film Festival '20
Kerry Film Festival '19 // Women in Film and Television Ireland Showcase '21
'Love in the Time of Corona' (2020) | Comedy
A short mockumentary charting the struggles of 23 year old Grainne as she tries to navigate love and loneliness during lockdown.
This piece was commissioned by RTÉ for their Illuminations channel in 2020, a project to support artists making work during COVID 19. To find the original post and other work by Irish artists for the commission, visit my 'NEWS' tab and follow the link.
'GIRL' (2016) | Vertical Film, Drama
An experimental drama about a young homeless woman
who spends her days chasing a feeling.
This film is best viewed full screen on a mobile device.
Shooting People's Film of the Month (Jan '17)
Best Director Under 25 - Underwire Festival
WFTV UK Lifetime® Shorts Competition
Best Short Film - Feminist Film Festival
Most Inspirational Project - Think Big Awards
Cinematic Art Award - Die Erste Vertikale
Très Court International Film Festival '18 // WIFTI Showcase '18
British Shorts Berlin '18 // KRAF International Film Festival '18
Female Eye Film Festival '17 // Fastnet Film Festival '17
London Short Film Festival '17 // BFI Future Film Festival '17
Underwire Film Festival '16 // Chicago Irish Film Festival '17
Grand Rapids Feminist Film Festival '16 // East Coast Film Festival '16
Feminist Film Festival Dublin '16 // Homeless Film Festival '16
Die Erst Vertikale '16 // Vertical Film Festival '16
RTÉ Player - Winter 2017 // Lifetime TV - December 2016
'Calling Home' (2017) | Drama
Dorota moves to London with dreams of becoming a fashion designer, but her path is altered by an abusive relationship.
Inside Housing 'Reel Homes' Competition (Funding Award £15K)
Best Actress - KinoFilm Festival Manchester
Illuminate Prize - Lady Filmmakers Festival L.A.
Best Acting - Underwire Festival (Nominated)
Best Charity Film - Young Directors Awards Ireland (Nominated)
Best Actress - International Filmmakers Festival New York (Nominated)
Best International Film - Underground Cinema Awards (Nominated)
Aesthetica Short Film Festival // Underwire Festival // Kerry Film Festival // Belfast Film Festival // Still Voices Film Festival // I Will Tell Film Festival
Selected scenes with the infamous Slater family on BBC Eastenders. Directed by Megan K. Fox, 2022.
Official music video for 'Make It Easy' by Cult Called Man, shot on Super8. Directed & Produced by Megan K. Fox. DOP Ben Calloway.