Director: Cepa Giblin
Cepa Giblin is an Emmy nominated documentary film maker who has worked with Crossing the Line since 2005. She has produced documentaries for numerous international broadcasters including BBC, PBS, ORF, France TV and RTÉ. Cepa was producer of On a River in Ireland Crossing the line’s internationally acclaimed documentary on the River Shannon which was nominated for 3 Emmys and winner of the two highest accolades for wildlife films in the industry – the Golden Panda & the Grand Teton. Career highlights would include a Grierson Award in 2017 for directing Wild Ireland – The Edge of the World, Jackson Hole winning film Broken Tail and IFTA winning series Wild Cities. Cepa has also produced and directed science and nature based programming for children as well as travel and historical documentaries. She is a graduate of Environmental Science and her interests have always been in nature, wildlife and conservation.
Director: John Murray
John Murray is managing director of Crossing the Line Productions, one of Ireland’s leading film producers. Over the last 20 years, he has directed over 30 films for some of the world’s leading broadcasters. John completed a degree in Zoology before joining RTÉ as a presenter and reporter on nine science, environmental and health series. In 1991 he made his first film chronicling the first Irish expedition to attempt an 8000m Himalayan peak and since then has made films on Everest, the North Pole, through the Northwest Passage, across Siberia and the Sahara amongst many other locations.
|Director:||Cepa Giblin, John Murray|
|Camera:||Domenico Pontillo & John Murray|
|Music:||Colm Mac Con Iomaire|
|Speaker:||Colin Stafford Johnson|
|Producer:||John Murray, Crossing the Line Productions|
|Nominations:||Best Postproduction 2018|