Awards – 5th WDFF – 2017
BAFTA-winning producer and director.
Over the last 20 years David has produced many award-winning documentary films for national and international broadcasters, a number of animated films, and a number of short fiction films. His company,
freelance Art Director on Irish feature film and television projects, such as ‘All Soul’s Day’, Angela’s Ashes’, ‘A Love Divided’ and the BBC series, ‘Rebel Heart’. Neasa started directing documentaries in 2001 with ‘No Man’s Land’, a critically acclaimed film about the asylum process in Ireland.
Jim Rohan is the second oldest in his family. and lives in Kilkenny. Jim loves doing the drama in KCAT and enjoys meeting different people that have different abilities and disabilities. Rohan is one of the founding members of Equinox, and has worked with the company since 2008…
Shane is the eldest of his family, with two sisters. He is 34 years old. Equinox is one of the reasons why he went to Camphill Callan a few years ago. He is one of the founding members having done drama before starting with the company having picked drama in Trinity College before that, he had worked with Shadowbox Theatre Company.
Co Artistic Director at Asylum Productions, Trinity College, Dublin – Theatre artist. Artistic Coordinator of Equinox Theatre Company at KCAT Art Centre. Sometime designer, writer, performer, More often producer. Passionate about social inclusion.