3 months ago
Red Rage have signed award winning director Charlotte Regan for the Irish market. In the last 18 months, the 25 year old picked up two Golds at the Kinsale Shark Awards, a D&AD Young Blood pencil and a Cannes Lion YDA. She was selected for The One Club’s prestigious Young Guns 16, and won both Shots Magazine’s New Director of the Year and a Gold at the 1.4 Awards. She is very much looking forward to working with us here in Ireland.
The Barbican in London also held a retrospective of her work as part of the Underwire Film Festival (at which she also won the Best Director prize). And she’s currently in post-production on a 20 minute documentary for The Guardian newspaper about youth and poverty in the UK.
A young filmmaker from North London, Charlotte grew up making creative, low and no budget music promos for local rappers, creating over 200 to date. Her first short film Standby, a comedy about friendship and routines set entirely in a police patrol car, premiered at TIFF and went on to be nominated for a BAFTA.
Charlotte’s second short Fry-Up, screened at Sundance, BFI LFF, and Berlinale, where it was nominated for a Crystal Bear in its category. Most recently Charlotte completed Little Monster, commissioned as part of Channel4’s Random Acts strand, the charity film Diverted for the National Autistic Society, and critically-lauded music videos for Wretch 32, Mumford & Sons, and Wilkinson.
Charlotte is also a Sundance Ignite Fellow and a BFI Future Film and New Talent award winner.Red Rage, 3 months ago