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Andrew is a graduate of English and Film Studies in UCD where he wrote for the Film & TV section of the University Observer. He is a native of Dublin, Ireland and currently resides there. Andrew has had a lifelong interest in film and despite being consistently outspoken on the matter insists that The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is the best film ever made. He also maintains a blog at carrollcritiques.wordpress.com
Joe Rooney is a stand up comedian best known for his role as Father Damo in the Channel Four series Father Ted. He has also acted and written for the RTE series Killinascully, Red Rock (TV3), Roy (BBC), the feature film South and on the stage in The Shawshank Redemption (Edinburgh Fringe) and The Chastitute (Gaiety Theatre). As a stand up he has performed in cities worldwide including Shanghai, Moscow, Dubai, Chicago, Toronto, Barcelona and Bangkok.
Ged Murray is a Dublin based filmmaker. 'Filmmaker' was the No.1 option on a school career aptitude test. No. 2 was 'Pig Unit Operator'. His short film 'Small Time', starring Alan Stanford, won Irish and International awards and played at Palm Springs. He is currently found co-directing music videos as half of 'Spiceburger'.
Peter Morris is the film editor of HeadStuff as well as writer, reviewer and freelance cameraman and editor. He graduated with a BA in Film and Documentary from GMIT, where he specialised in film theory, directing and documentary production. Peter has worked with various film and television production companies during his time in Ireland and while living abroad in New Zealand such as TV3, Production Shed and TED Talks. He has directed a number of short films, and his documentary Takin Care of Business was shown as part of the 2010 Galway International Film Fleadh. He has a passion for the art of visual storytelling, both as a medium of entertainment and an instrument of change.
Dil is an award-winning broadcaster and journalist, but she is also a social entrepreneur, stand-up comedian and actor. In 2011 with her wife, Anne Marie, she Co-Founded Insight Matters, a mental health service. With a team of 45 therapists they support over 300 clients per week. In 2014, Dil was honoured with the Frederick Douglas Award as part of the Lord Mayor’s Awards for her outstanding contribution to Dublin civic life.