Gerry Gregg

Gerry Gregg has established a reputation as one of Ireland’s most accomplished film-makers with a distinguished track record in current affairs, documentary and drama production.

  • Emmy Award Winning Producer/Director of “Witness to Murder” for the Channel 4 “Dispatches” series
  • Royal Television Society Award for Best Foreign Current Affairs - “Prime Suspects” for Channel 4’s “Dispatches” series
  • Producer/ Co Writer of the award winning feature film “A Love Divided” for RTE, BBC Films, The Irish Film Board
  • Producer/Director/Writer of “Till the Tenth Generation”, feature documentary on Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental for The Irish Film Board and RTE
  • Producer/Director/Writer of the award winning sequel to “Till the Tenth Generation”; “Close to Evil” also with Tomi Reichental on his epic quest to seek out and meet one of his former SS Guard’s- the convicted War Criminal Hilde Lisiewicz.
  • Producer/Director/Writer of the critically acclaimed “Murder on Main Street”, The Story of the IRA Killing of Detective Garda Jerry McCabe in 1996 for The Irish Film Board and RTE
  • Producer/Director of “Making a Stand – Taking a Side”, a film on the life of Conor Cruise O’Brien for BBC2 and RTE – described by The Daily Telegraph, “that rarity a television programme rooted in the exploration of ideas”

Eoghan Harris

Eoghan Harris is a screenwriter ( Sharpe), Abbey playwright ( Souper Sullivan) and award – winning RTE television producer ( Darkness Visible). But his primary interest is in political campaigns. He has worked as a political speechwriter for Mary Robinson and David Trimble, and was chief media advisor on the successful campaigns of Proinsias De Rossa MEP, 1989, and President Mary Robinson, 1990. He currently contributes a weekly political column to the Sunday Independent.