Trisha is currently helming the production office at Deadpan, working on projects which include Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope and Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. Before becoming Production Executive at Deadpan Pictures Trisha had been a Freelance Producer and a Line Producer for over ten years, working on numerous feature and short films, as well as commercials and educational videos. Her award-winning work has been screened at many international festivals and recent credits also include hugely successful Irish feature films such as Cardboard Gangsters. Trisha has also produced for TG4 and holds a BA in ‘Film and TV Production’ and an MSc in ‘Digital Film Production’.
Heather has worked as a script editor and script reader for a variety of production companies across Ireland and the UK over the last number of years. Prior to joining Deadpan Pictures, Heather was Development Manager at ROADS Entertainment where she was responsible for overseeing the company’s slate of feature films and documentaries. She holds a BA in ‘English Literature and Film Studies’ and an M.Litt in ‘Film Studies’ from Trinity College Dublin.
Karla holds a Masters in ‘Film Studies’ from Trinity College Dublin and has directed and edited two shorts, with a third in development. She is on the board of Women in Film&TV Ireland, as well as being production executive with Still Films, and has worked on various shorts and features including Lost in France (Niall McCann, 2017), Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect (Mark Noonan, 2017) and Frida Think (Maya Derrington, 2018). Karla was the director of the Dublin Feminist Film Festival and has been involved in many grass roots campaigns, including ‘alternative history’ walking tours, reconstructing derelict sites for public use, and reappraising forgotten works by women.