Jeda de Brí is a director and writer for film and theatre. Previously she was Artistic Director of Sickle Moon Productions.
Her debut feature film TRYST, based on the critically acclaimed stage play of the same name, is currently in development with Treasure Entertainment/ Screen Ireland. Other projects in development include her second feature film, Treetops with Samson Films/ Screen Ireland, written by Shivaun Woolfson and Francis Tay.
Selected as part of the IFB Short Stories Scheme, she wrote and directed her short film Procession which premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh 2018. Other film credits include Chimneys – nominated for Louis le Prince Award, Leeds International Film Festival and Spacer – nominated for Best Short, Fingal Film Festival – both were screened by RTÉ.
Screen Ireland/ Bow Street
Written by Sarah-Jane Scott
Directed by Jeda de Brí
Produced by Maggie Fagan
Winner of Count Baise Spirit of Festival Award
Dublin Comedy Film Festival 2023, selected by Deadpan Pictures
Ghosted is a big-hearted comedy about modern dating, true crime and best friends.
It tells the story of Corina, an unlucky-in-love single mother and her friend, serial killer obsessed Ann Marie.
WRITTEN by Fionn Foley
DIRECTED by Jeda de Brí
COSTUME DESIGN Catherine Fay
PRODUCER Craig Flaherty
PRODUCER Jen Coppinger
In a special partnership with the GAA The Abbey Theatre marked the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday with a broadcast from Croke Park.
14 Voices From The Bloodied Field brings together 14 writers, 14 directors, and 14 actors to give voice to the men, woman, and children who were killed in Croke Park on 21 November 1920.
Premiere Galway Film Fleadh 2018
925 Productions/ Screen Ireland
Producer: Clare McCabe
Cinematographer: Patrick Jordan
Olwen Fouéré, Serena Brabazon, Finbarr Doyle |
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE AT THE ONE-REELER SHORT FILM COMPETITION 2019
BEST SHORT BELLINGHAM MUSIC FILM FESTIVAL 2019
A bedraggled community of misfits gather to mourn one of their own the only way they know how – an elaborately eccentric folk music funeral.
WRITTEN BY Ruairí Heading
DIRECTED BY Jeda de Brí
NOMINEE BEST SHORT FINGAL FILM FESTIVAL 2015
‘Spacer’ follows a young homeless man who befriends an unwanted dog. A film about friendship, homelessness and loneliness on the streets, but not in the way you might think. Is a dog really a Man’s best friend?
WRITTEN BY Sarah Hope Morrissey
DIRECTED BY Jeda de Brí
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Joshua Bourke
EDITED BY Jeda de Brí and Joshua Bourke
PRODUCTION DESIGN AND COSTUME DESIGN BY Aoife Fealy