A Dublin Story Stills


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Tamara Anghie

Tamara Anghie has been working in the film and new media industries for the past 12 years.  While completing a Degree in Film & Media Studies in Melbourne, Australia, she wrote, produced, directed and edited several short film & video productions, including a final degree piece, a 12 minute short film, “Baby Blue”. She has co-produced several other low budget short films & music videos and has worked on public television as a news & current affairs producer and as a camera operator and editor.

Tamara has worked as a production assistant for several film companies which have taken her all around Australia and South-East Asia working on television commercials, corporate videos and promotional travel documentaries.

Having discovered the power of Macintosh computers, she merged her interest in film with technology and began a career in new media, working as a production assistant on one of the first multimedia & CD-Rom productions in Australia in 1993.

Since moving to the United Kingdom in 1994, Tamara worked freelance for the BBC, MBC, Channel 4 and for several production companies on corporate videos, before continuing on the new media path.

After producing two highly acclaimed “edutainment” CD-Rom productions for FIG/Flagtower Publishing, Tamara’s interest in the more visual medium re-surfaced which led her into the computer games industry.  Working for the Psygnosis/Sony Entertainment Group as a Producer, she produced PC and console games including “Wipeout 64”, before accepting the role of Producer of the Games Channel for the Interactive Services arm of telecommunications giants, ntl.  

Finding the existing world of television interactivity creatively stifling, Tamara returned to film-making and is working as a producer and production manager on several documentary and short film projects in Ireland.  

Recent productions include production management of The Simon Communities of Ireland promotional shorts which will be aired on television, in festivals and potentially cinemas in 2004 and a 17 minute, 35mm short titled, “Missing”.

Over the past year, Tamara has worked as a producer with Edwina Forkin and Jimmy Watson as part of Zanzibar/celtic mouse productions’ short film projects and recently produced a 14 minute short film, “A Dublin Story”, a coming-of-age story about Irish street kids, for RTÉ which won the Kodak Tiernan McBride Prize for Best Irish Short at the Galway Film Fleadh 2003 and also Best Irish Short at the Foyle International Film Festival.  She worked for Bord Scannán na hÉireann as production manager on the Short Short, “Martin”, produced by celtic mouse productions ltd has just produced another RTÉ 14 minute short film, “Push Hands”, promoting racial tolerance and understanding in modern-day Ireland.  “Push Hands” is Tamara’s first short under her own business, Hopscotch Productions, and was executive produced by celtic mouse productions ltd.  

Tamara is currently producing “Luka” a Bord Scannán na hÉireann “Short Shorts” for celtic mouse productions ltd.


Producing for celtic mouse the BSE/IFB the short film LUKA written and directed by Adrienne Michel - Long.


Production Managed for celtic mouse:

The BSE/IFB 3min Short Shorts ‘Martin written by Geoff Everson, directed by Imogen Murphy and produced by James Watson.


Produced for celtic mouse / Zanzibar films:

The RTE / Film Base funded short film ‘A Dublin Story’ written by Brian Ó Tiomáin and directed by Graham Cantwell and produced by Tamara Anghie.


Co-produced for celtic mouse and Hopscotch Productions:

The RTE / Galway Film Centre funded short film 'Push Hands' written and to be directed by Stephanie Green and produced Tamara Anghie.


Tamara Anghie officially joined Zanzibar Films as a producer in April 2004.  We wish her every success and thank her for her hard work and commitment on her collaborations and co-productions with celtic mouse. thank you x.

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