Conor Morrissey

Film Director
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  • EastEnders
    2018-2021 — TV Series 20 × — 28 mins
  • Casualty
    2021 — TV Series 1 ×
  • Holly Oaks
    2019 — TV Series 5 ×
  • The Brigade
    2019 — TV Mini-Series Documentary
  • Red Rock
    2016-2019 — TV Series 12 ×
  • Stop Search Seize
    2015 — TV Series Documentary
  • There's Something About Patrick
    2013 — Feature Film
  • Last Night
    2006 — Short Film — 10 mins
  • MacIntyre's Underworld
    2005 — TV Series Documentary 1 ×
  • Chosen
    2004 — TV Series — 30 mins
  • At Death's Door
    1999 — Short Film — 14 mins
  • 1999 — Winner
    Fuji Film Awards — At Death's Door. BBC Award For Most Promising Director
  • 2006 — Nominee
    Manhattan Short Film Festival — Grand Prize. Last Night

Born in Dublin, Conor studied film at The Dun Laoghaire Institute For Art, Design and Technology. His graduate film, At Death’s Door, starring Cillian Murphy, won nine Fuji Film awards including the BBC Award For Most Promising Director.

Following graduation Conor relocated to London in 2000 where he directed commercials and music videos through production houses Itinerant Films and Manifesto Films. Since 2003 Conor has worked primarily in television directing a wide range of projects. His credits include the supernatural thriller Chosen, MacIntyre’s Underworld, Living The Dream, Buyer Beware, No Frontiers, Brides Of Franc. His most recent work was the highly successful Things That Went Boom In The Bust broadcast on RTE 1 (Ireland) during Christmas 2009.

In 2006 Conor wrote and directed the short film Last Night which was financed through the Irish Film Board’s Short Cuts scheme. The film had a successful run on the international festival circuit and was selected as a finalist for The Manhattan Short Film Festival in 2006.
Since January 2010 Conor has been developing the feature film Future Fathers with the support of The Irish Film Board.