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Luke Morgan is an Irish director and writer. He is a founder of both “the Theatre Room Galway” and the filmmaking collective “Project Spatula”. His short films have screened at a variety of festivals, including the Galway Film Fleadh (2015), The Cork Film Festival (2016), Richard Harris International Film Festival (2014, 2016), the Polish International Film Festival (2016) and the Short Film Corner at Cannes Film Festival (both 2015 and 2016).
As a writer, he has sold two feature-length screenplays to production companies. His debut poetry collection “Honest Walls” was published in 2016. He was one of the storyliners for Ros na Rún’s 21st season finale (TG4). He co runs Project Spatula with his Brother Jake. This year the collective made their first feature – Sooner or Later, which has premiered at The Galway Film Fleadh and went on to screen at The Cork Film Festival.
Jake Morgan is an emerging composer and conductor from Galway who specialises in creating original music and audio for film, theatre, and video games. He studied composition and sound design at The Royal Irish Academy of Music and Windmill Lane Studios, Dublin. This year, Morgan is pursuing his masters degree in Composition for Screen from the University of Edinburgh.
Jake has been commissioned to write original concert music for many orchestras world-wide, including; The Harbin Symphony Orchestra, Plovdiv Philharmonic orchestra, Sofia Sinfonietta, Varna Radio Orchestra, Gamelan Nua and the Galway Senior Youth Orchestra, as well as smaller chamber ensembles of many varieties.
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