Ciaran Donnelly (director)
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His works include four episodes of the ITV comedy drama series Cold Feet (including the episode that won the series the Best Drama Series BAFTA), the crime drama series Donovan, the BBC One drama Spooks and the 2016 Discovery Channel historical miniseries Harley and the Davidsons. His 2006 serial Stardust won the IFTA for Best Single Drama/Drama Serial.
Since 2006, he has been a lead director on the Irish/Canadian series The Tudors, for which he won another IFTA in 2009. In 2010, he was nominated for another IFTA for his work on the third season. He garnered yet another IFTA nomination in 2013 for Titanic: Blood and Steel. In february 2022 it was announced that Donnelly was nominated once more for an IFTA for his work on The Wheel of Time.
|1991||Bound for Manhattan||Short|
Also screenwriter and editor
|1996||Dirty Old Town||Short|
|1998||The Split||TV Movie|
|2001-2003||Cold Feet||4 episodes|
|2005||Big Dippers||TV Movie|
|2007||Robin Hood||3 episodes|
|2007-2010||The Tudors||13 episodes|
|2008-2009||Inspector George Gently||4 episodes|
|2009||Trust Me||Episode 'Promises, Promises'|
|2012||Titanic: Blood and Steel||12 episodes|
Also executive producer (12 episodes) and stories writer (3 episodes)
|2013||Once Upon a Time||Episode 'Ariel'|
|Once Upon a Time in Wonderland||Episode 'Bad Blood'|
Also second unit director in episode 'Ragnarok'
Also executive producer (9 episodes)
|2015||A.D. The Bible Continues||3 episodes|
|Tyrant||Episode 'Desert Storm'|
|The Bastard Executioner||2 episodes|
|2016||Harley and the Davidsons||2 episodes|
Also executive producer (3 episodes)
Also co-executive producer (2 episodes)
|2019||Altered Carbon||2 episodes|
|2021||The Wheel of Time||2 episodes|
Also second unit director in Peaches (2000).
- "CIARAN DONNELLY - ACADEMY MEMBER". Irish Film & Television Awards. Retrieved on 6 July 2017.
- @IFTA (22 February 2022). "#IFTA DIRECTOR - DRAMA NOMINEES Ciaran Donnelly - The Wheel Of Time Dathaí Keane - Smother Diarmuid Goggins - K…" (Tweet) – via Twitter.