Trá na mBan (Ladies Beach) is selected for Busan Inter-City
Film Festival. The event showcases movies from domestic
and overseas cities and UNESCO Creative Cities of Film
that the association collaborates with. 27 films from 14 cities
will be screened at the festival.
Trá na mBan(Ladies Beach) is selected and screened as WOFFF19 Best of the Fest in 2020 in different venues in London and virtually from February to August: Mother's Ruin, University of Roehampton, Tom Venue, Tower Hamlets LGBT History Month Film, Leytonstone Loves Film at Leytonstone Library, Switchboard Virtual Pride, LGBTQ+ WOFFF watchalong with ELOP and 14 Weekly WOFFF Watchalongs.
Trá na mBan (Ladies Beach) shortlisted for screening at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival First Frame Awards. It was one of five films selected for special mention from over thirty of the best student films made in 2019 across FET and third level colleges.
Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival 2020
Short documentary I'm a student living in a hostel: The housing crisis in Galway is released on my youtube channel.
Short documentary Cipotas Crossing Borders in its Spanish version is shared on Ahotsa.info, a digital communication site from Navarra, Spain.
Trá na mBan (Ladies Beach) does it again. Awarded third place of student category at the Women over Fifty Film Festival in UK.
The short documentary Power to the People: Fighting the housing crisis in Ireland released on my youtube channel.
My short documentary I'm a student living in a hostel: The housing crisis in Galway is screened in Little Cinema Galway, a monthly short film showcase.
Trá na mBan (Ladies Beach) is part of the official short films selection at the Dublin Feminist Film Festival at the Lighthouse Cinema.
Dublin Feminist Film Festival Shorts Programme
I joined Gemma Creagh and Dr Jennifer O'Meara to talk about the Dublin Feminist Film Festival and my work before Trá na mBan screening.
¡Filming begins in Paris! Somos Guerreras Europe Tour 2019. Hip-hop artists Rebeca Lane and Audry Funk interviews and day to day tour shown on camera. Directed by me, co-produced by Claudia Osuna. Sound recordists: Lia Dufetelle and Manuela Monsalve.
Watch Rebeca Lane and Audry Funk
My first short film Chica Mala is released on Vimeo. Film and produced by me, coscreenwrited by Bridget Mohan. Starring Niamh Dixon.
Super excited being awarded Best Film, Best Documentary, Best Edition and Public Favorite in Shot by the Sea film festival for Trá na mBan (Ladies Beach) in Galway, Ireland.
So happy I was selected for Erasmus+ work placement in the international newsroom for HabertürkTV. Istanbul, as a student of Documentary and Film program at GTI.
Happy being awarded the Best Documentary in the Mexican Supreme Court and United Nations’ Gender and Justice Competition for Cipotas Crossing Borders.
My first ever short documentary The Zeta Generation released online. First approach to directing a film related to human rights issues, violence and mafia wars in the city I was born, Monterrey, Mexico.