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Fran Harris

Writer

Agent: Jean Kitson - jean@kitsonpress.co.uk

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After graduating from Trinity College Dublin, Fran Harris began her career in film and TV with an internship with director/producer Shin Shimosawa (Fear the Walking Dead) at Destination Films and Universal Pictures in Los Angeles. She then took up a graduate place with NBC Universal in London, and navigated the studio system (Universal Pictures, Studio Canal, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros) in acquisitions and distribution before setting up a film development consultancy group – Everett Harris. One of their clients was Charlotte Walls at Catalyst Global Media who brought Fran in permanently, to develop film and TV projects, where she stayed for three years before making the big move home to Ireland to develop her own slate which she writes and produces with various international partners.

Work

Current

Blue Lights
Two Cities TV / BBC

Associate Producer, storylining season one and writing 2 x 60′ episodes on new drama series.

North Sea Connection
RTE / Viaplay

Writing 1 x 60′ episode for new crime drama series.

In/Visible
Vico Films

An original comedy-drama feature currently in development with Screen Ireland, co-produced by Cormac Fox at Vico Films (BBC’s The Young Offenders).

The Defect
Ripple World

An original and returnable (6 x 60′) spy-thriller TV series in development with Ripple World.

Television

Clean Sweep
ShinAwil / Element 8

Co-writing with Gary Tieche (writer and exec-producer on Sony/AMC’s Preacher). In development.

An eight part returning TV crime-drama, which has already pre-sold in a number of international territories.

Netherland

Original adaption of the Pen/Faulkner winner and New York Times best- selling novel Netherland by Joseph O’ Neill.

Film

Succession
Screen Ireland

Debut feature film screenplay with development funding from Screen Ireland. An original fantasy movie that follows a princess who is forced to battle against evil to save her family, her land and herself. Guillermo Del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth meets Disney’s Maleficent.