Aislinn Clarke is an award-winning scriptwriter, film-maker and director, whose work has been professionally produced for film, stage, and radio internationally. Her film work has been screened and showcased at film festivals, events, and markets all over the world, including BAFTA, Cannes, and Berlinale. Her radio work has been broadcast on BBC Radio across the UK, RTE, and in the US, Canada, and Germany. She has been profiled as a theatre director in The Stage magazine, and her theatre work has toured extensively across the UK and Ireland. Her screenplay pilot Black North was recently picked up by BBC NI Drama. She is currently being funded by Northern Ireland Screen to write the feature film screenplays Touched, and The Crossing for two BAFTA nominated companies in London, by TG4 to write the screenplay Doineann (Bad Weather) for Doubleband Productions, and in 2017 she received an Art Council NI SIAP award to write the stage play This Is What Happened. Aislinn has just finished post-production on her debut feature film, The Devil's Doorway, the first to have been written and directed by a woman in Northern Ireland. The film has been picked up for international distribution later this year.