Director and writer for film

Phil Harrison is a Northern Irish filmmaker whose first short, Even Gods won Best Short Film at a number of international film festiavals, including Galway Film Fleadh, Cork Film Festival and Belfast Film Festival, and picked up Special Jury Recognition at Aspen.  The Irish Film and Television Network announced that Even Gods 'showcases Phil Harrison as an exciting new voice in Irish cinema' and the script was shortlisted for the 2012 Irish Screenwriters' Guild Award

Phil's first feature The Good Man starring Aidan Gillen was shown at Belfast Arts Festival, Cork Film Festival and Dublin International Film Festival in 2013, and has been very well received by audiences.  

Phil is currently working on his second feature.



Writer & Director 

Part of a proposed trilogy of films based around Dante's Divina Commedia
Northern Ireland Screen
In development
Producer Rebecca O'Flanagan, Susan Picken & Roy Zetisky
  • Kelly Campbell
  • Aidan Gillen
  • Thomas Gumede
  • Lunathi Mampofu
  • Film about an Irish banker and a South African teenager whose lives collide
    Manifesto Films, Jet Black Entertainment & Treasure Entertainment
  • Paul Caddell
  • Lalor Roddy
  • Laura Thompson
  • Lois Turkington
  • Short film about a former alcoholic who meets his estranged daughter for the first time in over a decade
    Canderblinks & Manifesto Films



    Music Video for The Lowly Knights, showed as part of Belfast Film Festival and Cape Town SHRT Film Festival