Katy Jackson

Since 2009 Katy has produced, co-produced or line produced a number of successful feature films including:

As Producer:
Cup Cake, directed by Colin McIvor.
Winner Audience Award Belfast Film Festival 2010
1st Best Feature Film Rhode Island International Film Festival 2010
Selection, LA Irish Film Festival 2010
Selection, Naples Florida International Film Festival 2010
Selection, Strasbourg International Film Festival 2010
Winner Grand Prize Best Feature, Flickers North Country Film Festival 2010, USA
Selection, Foyle International Film Festival 2010
Bad Day for the Cut, directed by Chris Baugh  – Official Selection Sundance Film Festival
The Devil’s Doorway, directed by Aislinn Clarke – Official Selection Seattle International Film Festival 2018
Zoo, written and directed by Colin McIvor with Penelope Wilton, Art Parkinson and Toby Jones. Official Selection Chicago International Film Festival, New York International Children’s Film Festival, Toronto International Childrens Film Festival, Stockholm International Film Festival, Giffoni International Film Festival, Zlin International Film Festival
Zoo will be released on 29th June 2018
The Last Rifleman directed by Terry Loane, With Pierce Brosnan, Louis Gossett Jnr and Jurgen Prochnow. Shooting summer 2021.

 

As Line Producer for The Fyzz Facility: X-Moor, directed by Luke Hyams and premiered at Channel 4’s Frightfest 2014; The Survivalist, directed by Stephen Fingleton – British Independent Film Awards – Douglas Hickox Award, BAFTA Nominee Outstanding Debut, Official Selection Tribeca Film Festival 2015; and A Patch of Fog, directed by BAFTA Award Winner Michael Lennox – Official Selection Toronto International Film Festival 2015.

As Line Producer for Big Fish Films: The Truth Commissioner, directed by Declan Recks.

As Co-Producer:

Zone 414 directed by Andrew Baird with Guy Pearce, Travis Fimmel and Matilda Lutz.                                                                                                           Boys From County Hell directed by Chris Baugh.
Viking Destiny, directed by David L G Hughes, released 2018.
Wildfire, written and directed by Cathy Brady, funded by Film4, BFI, NISCreen and Screen Ireland.

 

Short Films: Charlotte’s Red, Not A Word, Black Taxi, Control, Magpie, The Last Letter, VHS

 

John Leslie

As Producer:

The Last Rifleman directed by Terry Loane, With Pierce Brosnan, Louis Gossett Jnr and Jurgen Prochnow. Shooting summer 2021.
Zoo, written and directed by Colin McIvor with Penelope Wilton, Art Parkinson and Toby Jones
The Last Letter, 
Short prequel to The Last Rifleman.
Kelly, a short film written and directed by Solène Gruichard                                                                                                                    VHS a short film written and directed by Solène Gruichard

As Production Designer:

Irish Film and Television Academy Award Winner

It Is In Us All  written and directed by Antonia Campbell-Hughes  Pale Rebel Productions
SON
  written and directed by Ivan Kavanagh with Andi Matichak and Emile Hirst, Park Films, Filming Mississippi Jan-March 2020.
Black Medicine
directed by Colm Eastwood – 23Ten
The Peppercorns and the Secret of the Deep Sea
directed by Christian Theede, Additional production design – Studio Hamburg
The Boys From County Hell
directed by Chris Baugh, Six Mile Hill, Saban
Wildfire
written and directed by Cathy Brady – FILM 4, BFI,NIScreen, Screen Ireland.
Ups & Downswritten & directed Eoin Cleland, for BBC NI.
Never Grow Old,
written and directed by Ivan Kavanagh. Starring John Cusack and Emile Hirst.
Viking Destiny, written and directed by David LG Hughes staring Terrence Stamp, Will Mellor, Anna Demetriou, Paul Freeman.
ZOO, written and directed by Colin McIvor, starring Penelope Wilton, Toby Jones and Art Parkinson.
Bad Day For The Cut, directed by Chris Baugh – Official Selection Sundance Film Festival
The Devil`s Doorway, directed by Aislinn Clarke – Official Selection Seattle International Film Festival 2010

The Survivalist (Art Director) written and directed by Stephen Fingleton
X-Moor, directed by Luke Hyams and premiered at Channel 4’s Frightfest 2014.                                                                                                                        Behold The Lamb, directed by John Mcilduff staring Nigel O`Neill and Aiofe Duffin.
Best Screenplay – Thessalonaki International Film Festival.
Best Director – Arras International FIlm Festival.
IFTA nomination Best Actress – Aoife Duffin.
Toronto International Film Festival (Discovery Section).
Closing Film Belfast FIlm Festival.
Official Selection at Karlovy Vary, Bergen, Montreal, Dinard, Beaune, Branschweig, Guadalajara, Rome, Busan, Santa Barbara.
Cup Cake, directed by Colin McIvor.

John also designs short films, including Magpie, Insulin, The Music Room, Guard, Troubles, Here’s looking at you Kid and The Last Letter.