Background

Who is Joe McStravick?

Joe McStravick is an award-winning Film / Television Director who works in narrative drama, docu-drama and documentary. His long term focus is on directing narrative drama – feature films and TV drama. A number of his past projects have been commissioned by Northern Ireland Screen, The UK Film Council, TG4, The Irish Language Broadcast Fund, Community Channel and UnLtd.

He has also directed / produced a range of short form multi-platform commercial digital media projects for Randox, Cable & Wireless Worldwide, Verseidag Ballistic Protection, Advantage NI, The Department of the Environment (DOE N.I.), The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (Northern Ireland), HM Treasury, Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) and a number of other international companies and clients.

Film & Television

Joe McStravick has directed, written and produced  a number of award-winning film and TV projects alongside Image Entertainment (U.S.), Green Dragon Media (Ltd), Imagine Media and various other national and international production companies. A number of his past projects have been commissioned by Northern Ireland Screen, The Irish Language Broadcast Fund, TG4 and UnLtd.

He has a slate feature films and TV projects in development.

Digital Media & TV Commercial

He has also directed and/or produced a range of short form multi-platform commercial digital media projects for Randox, Cable & Wireless Worldwide, Verseidag Ballistic Protection, Advantage NI, The Department of the Environment (DOE N.I.), The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (Northern Ireland), HM Treasury, Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) and a number of other international companies and clients.

Joe McStravick – Director Showreel (2015) from Joe McStravick on Vimeo.

Community & Community-led Film Productions

Joe McStravick has also produced and facilitated a slate of community and community-led film productions with, The North Eastern Education & Library Board (Northern Ireland), The Magherafelt – Youth Service, Alternatives RJ (North Belfast), The HURT Group (Lurgan), Age on Stage, Action Mental Health and a number of other community and third sector organisations in the UK and Ireland.

A number of these community-led multimedia projects were funded by UnLtd, The Department of the Environment (Northern Ireland), Belfast City Council, The Irish Department of Foreign Affairs, The Community Relations Council (Northern Ireland), Armagh City, Bannbridge & Craigavon Borough Council and The Arts Council (Northern Ireland).

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Film

Television

Digital Media

TV Commercial