Hannah Currie filming Ross Muir setting up an art exhibition

Hannah Currie is an BAFTA-winning filmmaker from Glasgow, Scotland. With a background in journalism and production, she trained in documentary directing at Goldsmiths University of London, achieving Masters with Distinction. Her graduation film We Are All Here won the Mind Media Award for Student Journalism in 2018 and was nominated for BAFTA and Royal Television Society student awards. It also won the Audience Award at Glasgow Short Film Festival, Best Short Documentary at Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival and Best Short at Hebden Bridge Film Festival. It went on to be commissioned by BBC, developed into a half hour programme titled Lumo: Too Young To Die. Her second film That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore premiered worldwide at the prestigious Edinburgh International Film Festival, and internationally at DOC NYC.  It won the BAFTA Scotland Award for Best Short Film and was nominated for a Grierson Award. Hannah went on to make several television documentaries for BBC Scotland including Not Your Average Influencers and follow-up series Not Your Average Family (nominated Celtic Media Awards), Talent (nominated RTS Scotland Awards), Michelle McManus: Talent Show Winners and Lauren Mayberry: I Change Shapes. Hannah is a passionate advocate of accessibility and equality in the industry and was recently commissioned by Screen Scotland to direct Working Differently, promoting better understanding of neurodivergence in the film and television industries.

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