Neasa’s screenplay Sea Fever has just been short-listed for the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting. http://www.oscars.org/nicholl
Neasa’s giving the Hist lecture at Trinity College, discussing how we might increase diversity on screen and behind the camera.
Neasa’s feature screenplays Sea Fever (Fantastic Films) and Breakfast at the New Yorker (Deadpan Pictures) have both been awarded development support by Creative Europe, forming two of six Irish films to win support.
Neasa has just helmed the explosive two-part season finale of the BAFTA-nominated detective drama. Catch up with the finale on ITV Player.
Neasa is on stage in discussion with casting director Maureen Hughes at the Shelbourne in Dublin on Moday March 2nd, discussing techniques and approaches to casting the best actors in the best parts.
Neasa takes the podium in conversation with fellow directors Whit Stillman and Ben Wheatley to discuss their favourite John Ford films.
Neasa’s award-winning feature screenplay Sea Fever will be showcased as one of twelve best projects from across the globe at Frontières International Co-Production Market in Brussels next April.
Neasa is set to direct a new BBC One drama, In The Club, from the pen of BAFTA-winning writer Kay Mellor OBE.
Neasa’s talking with Stephen Rea, Liam Cunningham and other illustrious Irish actors on the collaboration between actor and director. 2pm Sunday the 9th June, as part of the John Ford Symposium.