Mark Sheridan

Film Director
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  • Crone Wood
    2016 — Feature Film — 86 mins
  • Giselle: Contemporary l Ballet l Horror
    2016 — Short Film — 4 mins
  • Home Made
    2015 — Short Film — 14 mins
  • May Day
    2013 — Short Film — 6 mins
  • At Night
    2010 — Short Film — 11 mins
  • As You Were
    2010 — Short Film — 13 mins
  • Bad Blood
    2009 — Short Film — 10 mins
  • The Life and Times of Pillowhead
    2006 — Short Film — 7 mins
  • 2015 — Nominee
    Underground Cinema Awards — Three Categories. Home Made

Mark Sheridan was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1983.

Known for his brave ideas and strong visual sense, he started making short films in 2006 and went on to direct a number of films including his first feature length film Crone Wood (2016).

A self professed lover of horror and the supernatural, he has repeatedly stated his desire to bring back intelligent story driven horror that is filled with suspense and tension, populated by relatable characters and grounded in true drama.

Along with his own films he has edited films for award winning filmmakers such as Oscar-nominated director Juanita Wilson and IFTA award winner Rebecca Daly. He also served as cinematographer on Take the Boat, a feature length french documentary on abortion rights in Ireland. The film was narrated by Catherine Deneuve, broadcast on Public Senat and screened internationally by Amnesty International.