Paul Duane at IFFR
Paul DUANE (Ireland) has been working as a writer and producer in film and television for more than 20 years. He is known for co-creating well-known TV series such as The Secret Diary of a Call Girl and the drama series Amber. He made his directing debut in 1988 with the short film Ink. He now has nearly twenty titles to his name. His documentary Very Extremely Dangerous won an award for Directors to Watch in Palm Springs. His documentary While You Live, Shine (2018) won the Festival Award at IndieCork.
(selection) Ink (1988, short), Misteach Baile Ath Cliath (1994), My Dinner with Oswald (1997, short), Small Potatoes (1999, TV series), LSD '73! (2003, short), The Making of 'Rocky Road to Dublin' (2004, short doc), Happy? (2010, short), Barbaric Genius (2011, doc), Very Extremely Dangerous (2012, doc), Natan (2013, co-dir), Don't You Know Who I Am (2014, short), Tinderface (2015, TV series), While You Live, Shine (2018, doc)
More info: Wikipedia, Paul Duane