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Conor Horgan

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Filmography
  • The Queen Of Ireland
    2015 — Documentary — 86 mins
  • They Terrify Me
    2014 — Short Film — 2 mins
  • The Beholder
    2010 — Documentary — 52 mins
  • Deep End Dance
    2010 — Short Film — 6 mins
  • Fear
    2009 — Documentary Short — 24 mins
  • One Hundred Mornings
    2009 — Feature Film — 85 mins
  • About Beauty
    2008 — Documentary — 52 mins
  • Horses For Courses
    2008 — TV Series
  • Happiness
    2005 — Documentary Short — 27 mins
  • The Last Time
    2002 — Short Film — 12 mins
  • Next
    2001 — Short Film
  • Croke Park Lives
    2009 — Documentary — 52 mins
Awards
  • 2011 — Winner
    Fastnet Film Festival — Best Dance Film. Deep End Dance
  • 2011 — Winner
    IDILL Festival Paris — Special Jury Award. Deep End Dance
  • 2011 — Winner
    Boston Irish Film Festival — Best Short Fiction/ Animation. Deep End Dance
  • 2011 — Winner
    Celtic Media Awards — Best Short Drama. Deep End Dance
  • 2010 — Winner
    Slamdance Film Festival — Special Jury Honorable Mention. One Hundred Mornings
  • 2010 — Winner
    Workbook Project — Discovery & Distro Award. One Hundred Mornings
  • 2010 — Winner
    Rhode Island International Film Festival — Vortex Sci-Fi Award. One Hundred Mornings
  • 2010 — Winner
    San Francisco Irish Film Festival — Best Director Award. One Hundred Mornings
  • 2002 — Winner
    Cork Film Festival — Jameson Best Irish Short Award and UIP Best Director Award. The Last Time
  • 2003 — Winner
    Cinegael Festival, Montreal — Audience Award. The Last Time
  • 2016 — Winner
    Czech Gay and Lesbian Film Festival — Audience Award. The Queen of Ireland
  • 2016 — Nominee
    Irish Film and Television Awards — George Morrison Feature Documentary Award . The Queen of Ireland
  • 2003 — Winner
    Krakow Film Festival — Don Quixote Award - Special Mention . The Last Time
  • 2016 — Nominee
    Seattle International Film Festival — Best Documentary. The Queen of Ireland

Conor Horgan began his career as a photographer, then directed over 70 TV commercials and pop videos before moving on to write and direct drama and documentary films.

Conor was a member of the SDGI Board between May 2007 and 2014. Conor’s first feature film One Hundred Mornings received its US premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival in January 2010. One Hundred Mornings was released across Ireland in May 2011, and was described as “one of the very best Irish feature films of the last decade” by the Irish Times. His first feature documentary,“The Queen of Ireland”, was released in October 2015 to critical acclaim and went on to beat the box-office record for the best opening weekend for an Irish documentary. Conor is represented by Richard Cook at Lisa Richards.