Rachel Mcgill is a filmmaker from Limerick. She won the Talent Nation competition in 2019, she was also mentored on a project in the prestigious Camerimage festival in 2019. She graduated from the NFS in 2020, majoring in directing. She recently completed a funded short film through the engine short film scheme exploring the mind and life of a young autistic boy in inner city Limerick. Rachel likes to explore controversial topics in an unconventional way, exploring our deepest fears and anxieties as human beings. Often showing our inner psyche through extreme production design and heavy engulfing performances.
Based in Meath, Fionnuala McCormack graduated from the NFS in 2020, majoring in cinematography. Her most recent work includes; directing a short documentary with BBC Gaeilge on women’s sexuality, and selected participant in the 25th Ji.Hlava Doc
Academy mentored by Khvan De La Cruz. She loves all her work to be a collaborative journey with other artists in hope of conveying the beautiful complexities of the human experience.
Rachel and Fionnuala are both passionate about female representation in film and media. They love to intertwine experimental visuals within their work, using their films to explore topics of social issue or to convey an intimate human experience.