Margaret Corkery

Film Director


  • Eamon
    2009 — Feature Film — 86 mins
  • Joyride
    2006 — Short Film — 6 mins
  • Killing the Afternoon
    2005 — Short Film — 9 mins
  • 2010 — Nominee
    Annonay International Festival of First Films — Grand Jury Prize. Eamon
  • 2010 — Nominee
    Irish Film and Television Awards — Rising Star Award.
  • 2010 — Nominee
    Taipei Film Festival — International New Talent Competition - Grand Prize. Eamon
  • 2009 — Winner
    Karlovy Vary International Film Festival — Independent Cinema. Eamon
  • 2005 — Nominee
    Berlin International Film Festival — Best Short Film. Killing the Afternoon
  • 2005 — Winner
    Cinema Jove, Spain — Gold Moon of Valencia. Killing the Afternoon
  • 2005 — Winner
    Cork Film Festival — Jameson Award for Best Irish Short. Killing the Afternoon

Born 1976 in Cork and currently based in Dublin. Eamon, a dark comedy, is her feature film debut.

As a writer/director she is currently developing several projects including a children’s comedy and a family drama. Her films tend to combine comedy and suspense. She attended the Scottish Film School, graduating in 2002. She also holds a Masters Degree in Art from Westminster, London.

Eamon was completed under the Catalyst Project scheme, a low budget feature film initiative run by the Irish Film Board, Screen Training Ireland, The Arts Council, Filmbase and TV3.