Tommy Creagh is an award winning British-Irish writer & director with a passion for expressive, lyrical, storytelling with great performances at the centre. He graduated from Bristol UWE in 2017 with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Filmmaking, and since then he has been making films, music videos, and theatre. His films have won several awards and been shown at over 50 film festivals around the world, and his music videos have received over 100K hits to date. His most notable films are Father of the Man (Winner of Best Short Film at the Vienna Independent Film Festival), Land of Winter (Winner of Best Irish Short at the Dublin International Short
Film & Music Festival & Best Young Talent at the New Renaissance Film Festival) & Acheron (Winner of Best Director at the Shadow Film Festival and Best Actor at the Dublin International Short Film & Music Festival)
His sixth short film 'ARACNE' is going out to film festivals now, as is 'A War Poem' which he co-wrote, starring Freddie Fox. He has four feature films in development and is in the early stages of writing a long form historical drama with classicist and filmmaker Herbert Golder. He also produces films for the Adrian Brinkerhoff Poetry Foundation and is the Creative Director of the Bloomsday Film Festival. In 2020 he set up the independent company Æ FILMS with long time collaborator Conor Tobin.