Megan K. Fox is the award-winning Irish Writer/Director of short films including Cailín Álainn (2019), The Shift (2018), Calling Home (2017) and GIRL (2016).
Megan is passionate about exploring the stories of characters who find themselves on the fringes, with heart and humour. She is a graduate of the MA Directing programme at Met Film School London, and completed a Screenwriting course at Trinity College Dublin. Her short films have secured funding from the Arts Council of Ireland, RTÉ, Film in Cork, o2 Think Big and more; screening and winning awards at festivals including Cork International Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, Underwire, Iris Prize, Aesthetica, DIFF, Galway Film Fleadh and many more BAFTA and Academy affiliated events.
Alongside her film work, Megan also has extensive experience directing for TV. She was the youngest woman to direct episodes of long running Irish soap Fair City for RTÉ when she joined their roster in 2018, and earned her first credits directing Eastenders for the BBC in January 2022. Her TV credits also include 2nd Unit Director on upcoming Virgin Media/AMC Sundance series The Vanishing Triangle.
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