Johanna Hogan

 

Johanna acts as an external business affair advisor / executive producer to a number of independent production company’s. Johanna spent the first ten years of her career at one of Ireland’s leading law firms, where she was part of the Media and Entertainment Law team advising on all aspects of film and television production. Notably she worked on a wide variety of productions such as the US cable network shows THE TUDORS and CAMELOT, TREASURE ISLAND for Sky 1 and feature films like THE GUARD, THE ESCAPIST and Oscar-nominated ALBERT NOBBS.

In 2011 Johanna joined on of Ireland’s leading production companies, as Head of Legal and Business Affairs as it produced approximately $80m worth of productions. In 2012 she was appointed Managing Director where she oversaw the restructuring and streamlining of the company as well as the acquisition by of entertainment company. From 2012 on Johanna also took a more active executive producer role across a large slate of productions including JADOTVILLE (Netflix), Julien Temple documentary THE STRYPES: A LONG WAY FROM CAVAN, as well as an international co-productions MAUDIE and MARY SHELLEY.

Johanna has most recently worked with Park as production lawyer on the Ivan Kavanagh written and directed SON which was shot in the US. She is also advising on the company’s recent development deal with MGM for THE VANISHING TRIANGLE crime drama TV series as well as all other projects from Park’s pipeline.

 

Ines O’Gorman

 

I’m an award-winning content and social strategist with 10+ years in fashion, FMCG & MEDIA.

What I do best is help brands to connect with their audience, grow their communities of followers and engender brand love.

As a freelance consultant, I’ve created strategies for some of the UK’s biggest brands including Argos, Mars, Samsung, Unilever and Huawei.

My work has been recognised globally as my team were recently awarded the BEST SOCIAL CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR at the 2018 World Retail Awards.

 

John Duffy’s Brother

A Short Film

Adapted from a Flann O’Brien short story

The story of a man who thinks he’s a train


Writer: Eoghan Nolan, adapted from a Flann O Brien short story

Director: Mikel Murfi

Producers: AnneMarie Naughton of Park Films. With Michael Gambon

Cast: Michael Gambon (Harry Potter, Fortitude) and Eamonn Hunt
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The Martyr’s Crown

A Short Film

Adapted from a Flann O’Brien Short Story

The Martyr’s Crown is the exorbitant tall story of courage and virtue. Toole is himself the champion of his own inordinately garnished but decoratively deliberate yarn.


Writer: Rory Bresnihan,  adapted from a Flann O’Brien short story.

Director: Rory Bresnihan

Producers: AnneMarie Naughton of Park Films

Cast: David Kelly & Brian Cox

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Atlantic

A Short Film

Matt spends his days working the wind-ravaged land, tending his sheep and thinking of Molly, the woman who loved and left him many years ago. But there’s a letter on its way across the Atlantic. A letter from Molly that could change his life. But what if the wind is against him?…

A poignant, quietly gripping short from the director of multi award-winning, ‘The Wednesdays’.


Writer/Director: Conor Ferguson

Cast: Liam Cunningham

V/O:  Marian Quinn

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 Awards

  • Official Selection Palm Springs ShortFest 2009
  • Winner Trés Court Film Festival 2009
  • Highly Commended TCM Classic Shorts Competition 2008

 

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The Wednesdays

A Short Film

Sometimes, when you’re in the autumn of your days, you’ll try anything just to put a smile on your face again. Unfortunately, soon the law comes knocking at their door.


Writer: Luke Clancy, Conor Ferguson

Director: Conor Ferguson

Cast: Tina Kellegher, Alan Devlin, Pat Laffan,
Doreen Keogh, Des Keogh

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Awards

  • TCM Classic Shorts Competition Finalist
  • IFTA 2008 Best Short Film Nomination
  • Best Irish Short Kerry Film Fest 2009
  • FICA Portugal Audience award
  • Chicago Irish Film Festival Best International Short
  • International Film Festival of Barcelona, Barcelona Olympus Prize for best Photography
  • First Prize by the Jury of Filmcaravan 2009 Imperia Travelling shorts fest
  • Thai Film & Video Festival special mention

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The Field

Crá sa Chré

6 part documentary series 2016

How far would you go, to protect whats yours?

What happens to people when land takes a hold of them, driving them to do the unthinkable?

False allegations, harassment, coercion, involuntary sectioning, violent behaviour, murder.How far would you be willing to go to protect what you believe to be rightfully yours?

The Field was broadcast on TG4 in 2016

Park Films, in association with Northern Ireland Screen. A 6-part scripted documentary series for TG4  in November 2016.

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The Fading Light

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To the outside world, Yvonne is a strong, happy and successful woman. But when she returns home to be with her sick mother, she is forced to make life-changing decisions and the facade that she has carefully constructed begins to collapse.


Writer: Ivan Kavanagh

Director: Ivan Kavanagh

Cast: Valene Kane, Emma Eliza Regan, Bibi Larrson, Patrick O’Donnell

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Awards

  • World cinema selection, PUSAN international Film Festival 2010.
  • Winner of the best Irish film award, Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards,
  • Jameson Dublin Film Festival 2010
  • Critics choice award for ‘Best Feature’ & Best Actor, Jameson Film Festival 2010.

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Tin Can Man

A Feature Film

Recently dumped by his girlfriend for another man, working in a job he hates, things could be better for Peter. One night, while he is alone in his apartment, there is a knock at the door. His life will never be the same again.


Writer: Ivan Kavanagh

Director: Ivan Kavanagh

Cast: Michael Parle, Emma Eliza Regan, Kreeta Taponen, Patrick O’Donnell

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Awards

  • Winner of the Dublin Film Critics Special Jury Prize 2012.
  • Winner of the Melbourne Underground Film Festival for Best Foreign Film, Best Foreign Director and Best Foreign  Actor.
  • Winner of the Best Cinematography at the Strasbourg International Film Festival.
  • Winner of the Boundary Breaking Best Feature and Best International Actor for at the Sydney Underground Film Festival

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The Canal

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Cinema Archivist David Williams lives with his wife, Alice, and their 6-year-old son. All seems well until David begins to suspect that Alice is cheating on him. His anxiety is then compounded by a bizarre coincidence at work: he learns that his home was the site of a brutal series of murders by an occultist  named William Jackson, who slew his wife for being unfaithful and drowned both of their children in the nearby canal.

As David’s suspicions grow, a shadowy figure of a man, who resembles Jackson, starts to appear to him and David becomes convinced that this “evil supernatural presence” that inhabits his house, never ever wants him or his family to leave.


Writer: Ivan Kavanagh

Director: Ivan Kavanagh

Cast: Rupert Evans (Hellboy), Antonia Cambell Hughes (Albert nobbs, Kelly + Victor),
Hannah Hoekstra (Hemel) and Steve Oram (Sightseers)

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Awards

  • Tribeca Film Festival 2014 Official Selection
  • Busan International Film Festival 2014 Official Selection
  • Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival Official Selection
  • ​Winner of the International Fantasy Film Award Best Actor Rupert Evans 2015
  • Winner of the BloodGuts UK Horror Award Scariest Film 2014

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