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Rebecca Daly

Film Director
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Filmography
  • Good Favour
    2017 — Feature Film — 101 mins
  • Mammal
    2015 — Feature Film — 96 mins
  • The Other Side Of Sleep
    2011 — Feature Film — 88 mins
  • Hum
    2010 — Short Film
  • Worn
    2008 — Short Documentary
  • Joyriders
    2006 — Short Film — 15 mins
Awards
  • 2019 — Winner
    Brussels International Film Festival — Audience Award. Good Favour
  • 2019 — Nominee
    Brussels International Film Festival — Best Belgian Film. Good Favour
  • 2018 — Nominee
    Göteborg Film Festival — Dragon Award. Good Favour
  • 2016 — Nominee
    Irish Film and Television Awards — Rising Star Award.
  • 2016 — Winner
    Santa Barbara International Film Festival — Panavision Spirit Award for Independent Cinema. Mammal
  • 2016 — Nominee
    Sundance Film Festival — Grand Jury Prize. Mammal
  • 2012 — Nominee
    Irish Film and Television Awards — Best Director Film. The Other Side Of Sleep
  • 2012 — Nominee
    Irish Film and Television Awards — Rising Star Award.
  • 2011 — Nominee
    Cannes Film Festival — Golden Camera, C.I.C.A.E. Award. The Other Side Of Sleep
  • 2007 — Winner
    Irish Film and Television Awards — Best Short Film. Joyriders

Rebecca Daly studied Theatre and English Literature at Trinity College, Dublin and then completed an MA in Film (Dublin Institute of Technology).

Her first short, ‘Joyriders’ (2006), played extensively on the festival circuit, winning several international awards.

Her first feature film, ‘The Other Side Of Sleep’, was selected for the Cannes Cinéfondation Residency and premiered in Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival, and in the Discovery section of the Toronto International Film Festival (2011).

Rebecca was invited to participate in the first Berlin Film Festival Residency with her second feature ‘Mammal’, starring Rachel Griffiths and Barry Keoghan. ‘Mammal’ premiered at the Sundance Film Festival (2016).

‘Good Favour’ is her third feature; it had its world premiere at TIFF (2017).