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Geraldine Creed

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Filmography
  • Mercury 13
    2014 — Documentary
  • Into Africa With Mary Coughlan
    2012 — Documentary — 60 mins
  • Would You Believe
    2011 — Documentary Series 2 × — 40 mins
  • Don’t Tell The Bride
    2011 — Feature Film
  • Croi Te Na Haifrice- The Warm Heart Of Africa
    2010 — Documentary
  • Living On The Edge
    2010 — Feature Film
  • Spooked
    2010 — Feature Film
  • O Sister Where Art Thou?
    2009 — TV Special — 60 mins
  • Wicca Ways
    2009 — Feature Film
  • Living In The Hill
    2009 — Feature Film
  • Boy’s Own
    2009 — Feature Film
  • Flesh & Blood
    2009 — Documentary
  • Soulmates
    2008 — Feature Film
  • The Monks Of Moyross
    2008 — Feature Film
  • Rise
    2008 — Feature Film
  • Looking For A Miracle
    2007 — Documentary
  • Silent Witness
    2007 — Documentary
  • Song For My Son
    2007 — Documentary
  • A Fall From Heaven On Earth
    2007 — Documentary
  • The Exile Files
    2006 — Documentary — 52 mins
  • Who Was Gunner Mason
    2005 — Documentary
  • Guns & Chiffon
    2003 — Documentary
  • Chaos/Deathgames
    2002 — Feature Film
  • Inside Out
    2001 — Documentary — 30 mins
  • The Sun, Moon & Stars
    1997 — Feature Film — 93 mins
  • The Stranger Within Me
    1995 — Short Film
  • Into The Abyss
    1993 — Short Film — 15 mins
  • The Metal Man
    1990 — Short Film — 12 mins
Awards
  • 2011 — Nominee
    RTE Would You Believe Series — Radharc. Living On The Edge
  • 1996 — Winner
    Luxembourg Fantasy Festival — Audience Award. Chaos
  • 1996 — Winner
    Florida International Film Festival — Best Comedy Film. The Sun, Moon & Stars
  • 1994 — Winner
    Film des Femmes, Creteil, France — Audience Award. The Stranger Within Me
  • 1991 — Certificate of Commendation
    Celtic Film Festival — . The Metal Man

Initially, Geraldine trained as a Film Editor in London working on films including Terence Davies Distant Voices, Still Lives and Ridley Scott commercials. When she returned to Ireland in ’89, she set up her own editing company and edited numerous television films, short films and documentaries, including the Emmy award winning Bringing it all Back Home Series. In 1996, she wrote and directed her first feature film The Sun, Moon & Stars. It received Best Comedy award at the Florida Film Festival, USA and was an official selection at Montreal, Edinburgh and Buenos Aires Film Festivals.
Her second feature Chaos/Deathgames won the audience award at the Luxembourg Fantasy Fest 2001.

Her short story Out of Sight was a runner up in the 2009 Francis McManus radio award and broadcast on RTE Radio 1, Nov ’09. The Stenographers, a short story she wrote in 2011 was long listed for the FISH publishing memoir competition.