Ronan Corrigan
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Ronan Corrigan

DirectorLondon, United Kingdom
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Ronan Corrigan
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Ronan Corrigan

DirectorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Ronan Corrigan is an emerging Irish filmmaker currently based in London. His previous short films have won awards with FOX Searchlight and have made the official selection of both BAFTA and Oscar® qualifying festivals. He is currently working as a director/editor for clients such as, Channel 4, Fox, BBC Three, Boiler Room, The National Lottery, Warner Music and the BFI.
Projects
  • The Snuts- Maybe California
    The Snuts- Maybe CaliforniaThe Snuts' new video for Maybe California, directed by Ronan Corrigan and Hope Kemp, is one big slice of Americana – a homage to the Red White & Blue. Set in the queue of a drive-thru diner, the band watch as the rose-tinted nostalgia of the American dream is slowly, remorselessly wiped away
  • Soft Boy Forever
    Soft Boy ForeverA film about Soft Boy Records, the Dublin rap collective flipping hip-hop's braggadocio on its head within Ireland's growing underground music scene.
  • The Snuts - All Your Friends
    The Snuts - All Your FriendsOn the set of a 1980s shopping channel, a desperate TV host tries to sell a microwave with the band playing inside.
  • The National Lottery "Lotto Legends"
    The National Lottery "Lotto Legends"After rescuing multiple young men from committing suicide on nights out, a taxi driver provides a first response to a city facing a rising epidemic thanks to lottery funding. The short documentary was launched on The National Lottery's social media accounts reaching 100,000 views online.
  • The Hidden People
    The Hidden PeopleWhen a reserved Yorkshire teenager discovers the potential remains of a fairy, his childlike beliefs clash with his older brother's bleak reality. PASSWORD: thehiddenpeople2017
  • Urban Cowboys (In Development)
    Urban Cowboys (In Development)A film about bareback horse-riding in Dublin City centre.
Projects credited in
  • The Academic - Acting My Age
    The Academic - Acting My AgeA coming-of-age film and love letter to small-town Ireland.
  • The Academic 'Kids (Don't End Up Like Me)'
    The Academic 'Kids (Don't End Up Like Me)'UKMVA-nominated video graded by Vlad @ Cheat. Directed by: Tearjerker Films Line Producer: Chrissie Gallagher DOP: Adam Singodia Colourist: Vlad Barin Colour Prod: Carla Thomas  Colour Assist Thomas Kumeling
  • The Academic - Anything Could Happen
    The Academic - Anything Could HappenA music video about life and love in lockdown. "Authentic, naturalistic and thoroughly charming, the video avoids overly set-up situations or challenges. It just celebrates the imperfect world we live in, and the brilliant people we get to share it with." - PROMO NEWS "Hope Kemp and Ronan Corrigan directed the visuals, with the spread of coronavirus disrupting their plans. Turning a negative situation into something positive, they recruited footage from fans and created a kind of DIY salute t
Work history
    Netflix UK & Ireland logo
    Netflix UK & Ireland logo
    Creative EdiorNetflix UK & Ireland
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Creative editor for the Netflix UK social channels.
    That Lot logo
    That Lot logo
    Video Editor/VIdeo CreativeThat Lot
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Creating video content for the social accounts of FOX Europe & Africa.
Skills
  • Documentary
  • Editor Film
  • Advertising
  • Music Documentary
  • Fiction
  • Camera Operation
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Directing
  • Music Videos
  • Social Media
Awards
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    The Webby Awards logo
    Webby Award - Best Social Music WinnerThe Webby Awards
    "Soft boy Forever" was part of Contemporary Scenes, a Boiler Room series uncovering underground collectives, artists and subcultures from across the world; subverting media narratives of young people globally through music.