October 7, 2015

Telluride Horror Show 2015 Schedule is in and we’re excited to be screening at 10:30pm on Saturday 17th of October at The Sheridan Opera House! (We are also incidentally very excited about Halloween. But you know, one thing at a time…) We are also thrilled to be playing alongside ‘The Interior’. A feature Produced by […]

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Trailer for No/Gloss Film Festival

September 26, 2015

IT LOOKS LIKE A REALLY INTERESTING AND INSPIRING LINE UP! Thanks for including me. I wish I could be there. Here’s a little look at the programme. If anyone sees ‘She would move the tree rather more to the middle’ I’d love to hear your thoughts. It’s on at 6:26 on Saturday the 3rd of […]

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Telluride Horror Show

August 26, 2015

‘The King and Queen of Halloween’ will make its third State-side appearance in the atmospheric Telluride this October. We’ll be very happy to screen amongst the mountains…and here we are announced on Indiewire!

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No/Gloss Film Festival – She would move the tree rather more to the middle

Thank you to No/Gloss Film Festival for taking such an interest in ‘She would move the tree rather more to the middle’. Here’s a little interview I did with them, and the film will screen at the festival, taking place in Leeds on the 3rd and 4th of October.

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Rhode Island here we (bandits) come!!

July 10, 2015

Very happy/thankful/proud/pleased that my three lovely bandit-ladies get the chance to embrace their North American roots this August at The Rhode Island International Film Festival!  

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Trigonometry at The Tate Modern

July 7, 2015

Very thrilled that Claire Pepper‘s and my film that we made last year along with Studio Lune and Emma Slade – ‘Trigonometry’ will be screening at The Turbine Hall Festival at The Tate Modern on July the 25th. We wish we could be there but both Claire and I will be out of the city. […]

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Lola Who

June 27, 2015

Here is a blog I have been contributing to – Lola Who. So far I have written about a Vintage Guru and an amazing band called The Sandwitches.

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No/Gloss Film Festival

June 25, 2015

I am very pleased to announce that ‘She would move the tree rather more to the middle’ will be playing at the No/Gloss Film Festival in Leeds in October. You can have a little look at the trailer for the film on their website. No/Gloss Film Festival is a UK based DIY film festival showcasing […]

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June 23, 2015

Something I made at the start of the CFC last year….. Pickles. Pickles from Anna Maguire on Vimeo.

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WILDSound Film Festival

June 15, 2015

How (not) to rob a train will be playing in Toronto at The WILDsound Film Festival at the Carlton Cinema on Thursday June 25th. Come check us out if you’re about!

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NSI online film festival

June 2, 2015

Hello there, So THE KING AND QUEEN OF HALLOWEEN is up on the interweb to be viewed by all on the NSI Canada website courtesy of their short film festival. Take a look and get ready (very prematurely) for the autumn!

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Reel Comfort – TIFF

May 27, 2015

A little article about TIFF’s Reel Comfort Programme, which provides screenings and workshops for Canadians living with mental illness. It’s something I’ve been getting involved with and it has been such a wonderful experience, I would encourage any filmmakers in the Toronto area to get involved.

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Land of Kings

April 29, 2015

We’re looking forward to screening ‘The King and Queen of Halloween’ at Land of Kings London Short Film Festival Midnight Shorts on The Sunday May 3rd Bank Holiday – Staging a late-night takeover at Dalston’s iconic Rio Cinema, the London Short Film Festival will be revisiting the seedy world of fleapit late-shows for Land Of […]

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Director’s Reel

March 25, 2015

Hello there. Here is a little director’s reel I have been working on for the last few weeks. It’s colourful and short and the music is made by Dogtanion. Thank you to everybody who made making this reel possible, which is everyone I have ever made a film with, which is a lot of people. […]

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Canadian Film Centre Ends

March 9, 2015

And last but not least (by any means) last week I finished my 7 month programme at the Actors’ Conservatory at the Canadian Film Centre. It’s been a wonderful experience, and would not have been possible without the support of the Brian Linehan Foundation and all of the mentors and guests who made it such […]

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Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival

We were very pleased, here at King and Queen of Halloween HQ to screen at RadCon 6C – TCIF3 on February 14th for Friday Horror Fright Night (aka Valentine’s day), at the precise time of 7:32pm. Thanks guys!

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He Took His Skin Off For Me

It’s been a busy couple of months, starting off with the online release of ‘He Took His Skin Off For Me’, a short film I was in directed by Ben Aston and written by Maria Hummer. It was a pleasure to work with these wonderful folk and I think it’s a pretty special piece of […]

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London Short Film Festival Nominations

January 4, 2015

Proud and happy to say that ‘The King and Queen of Halloween’ has been nominated for Best Sci-fi/Horror Short and Best Woman Director at The London Short Film Festival this year. See it on Thursday the 15th of January at 6:45pm at The Hackney Picturehouse Cinema. Thank you LSFF!

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PETRIe66 Inventory

November 25, 2014

the new PETRIe66 Inventory is out. It’s only a really interesting and attractive magazine, and this time around it is looking at the theme of Rejection. You can buy it here – ARTWORDS 20-22 BROADWAY MRKT ARTWORDS 69 RIVINGTON STREET BARBICAN NEWS 34 GOSWELL RD CAPITAL NEWS 115 TOTTENHAM COURT RD CHARLOTTE ST NEWS 66 […]

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London Short Film Festival 2015

November 5, 2014

I am wonderfully excited to be screening four films at the 2015 London Short Film Festival. I screened my first film ‘Don’t forget your mittens’ there earlier this year, and it has opened up so many opportunities and allowed me to make lots of new friends and meet new collaborators. So it is beyond my […]

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