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Maria Ann Hylton

Maria Ann Hylton began filmmaking in 2005 and made her director debut on the indie low budget short The Couple which went onto to be shortlisted for the Jameson Best Irish Short Film Award at Cork Film Festival. She since then worked with up and coming directors and writers from both the UK and Ireland and these award winning shorts and features ... See full bio »

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Life Producer
A Way Out
A Way Out Producer
Waiting Producer
The Couple
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 2017/II A Way Out (Short) (producer)
 2017/I Sonny (Short) (producer)
 2016/I Broken Glass (Short) (producer)
 2016 Ghost Nets (Short) (producer)
 2015/II Karma (Short) (producer)
 2015/II Break (Short) (executive producer)
 2015 Doris (Short) (line producer)
 2014 Things to Do in Japan (Short) (producer)
 2014/I Life (Short) (producer)
 2012/II Waiting (Short) (producer)
 2012 Keys to the City (associate producer)
 2011 Bittersweet (Video short) (producer)
 2009/I Kim (Short) (associate producer)
 2008 8.5 Hours (executive producer) / (line producer)
 2005 The Couple (Short) (producer)
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Show Show Location management (6 credits)
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