Boogie Films
Boogie Films
Boogie Films, a UK based film production company, was founded by award winning Northern Irish filmmaker, Gavin Irvine.

Educated at the International Film School, Wales, Gavin studied directing under Peter Greenaway. Since then he has written and directed a variety of short films, music videos and commercials. In 2017 he won the Best Director Award at the Portugal International Film Festival for his film, 2:40 to London, which also won Best Short; a Best Comedy nomination at the Portobello Film Festival, and Best Score at the Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards. He has been nominated twice for Europe’s largest short film prize, the D.M.Davies Award at the Cardiff Film Festival, received two IFSW Ken Russell best screenplay awards, a commendation for best film from The Royal Television Society, Bristol and Wales, and collected the director’s Visual Impact award and a commendation for best sound at the Fresh Film Festival.

In 2005, he was commissioned to write and direct The Real Mario Grey for Sgrin as part of their Digital Visions slate that was funded by the UK Film Council’s New Cinema Fund and BBC Wales, and in 2013 he was the recipient of the prestigious Northern Ireland Writers Award from NI Screen for his debut comedy feature screenplay, Spinners.

His films have been nominated for a further twenty awards to date and have been screened in competition at national and international film festivals, including Clermont-Ferrand, Naples, London, and Belfast - his hometown.

 © Boogie Films 2009 - 2014