Having achieved a first class honours in Practical Filmmaking from Met Film School, London, Emily Hagan is pursing a career as a writer/director. Her short film BEE was selected by a panel of judges and premiered at HOME Cinema, the hub of the creative arts in Manchester. Her latest short film is ‘Agnes’, shot on one cartridge of Super 8 and set in the Victorian era. She is currently developing a short, ‘Little Lamb’ among longer length projects.
She works as a videographer creating high quality branded content, music videos and behind the scenes videos.
Emily also works in Film & TV, most recently for Sky Atlantic drama Tin Star as a Base Runner. She has also worked with productions for BBC and Channel 5.
In her short film work, she is driven to tell stories about people that confront raw emotion and dark yearning, told with subtlety and truth. Having first discovered film as an expressive medium alongside painting and drawing, she approaches her work with an artist’s eye.
Emily is now based in Berlin, Germany but frequently returns to Manchester and is still producing work in the UK.