Glenn is a Dublin-based screenwriter. His first short, Joyriders, won Best First Irish Short, Galway Film Fleadh, 2006 and Best Short Film, Irish Film & TV Award 2007. His first feature film as screenwriter The Other Side of Sleep (co-writer/director Rebecca Daly), received its world premiere during Directors Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival 2011. His next feature, Mammal, starring Rachel Griffiths and Barry Keoghan, premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and their third feature together premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. Glenn is currently working on scripts for several projects including a film with Savage Productions with director Andreas Dalsgaard, and two new co-written projects with Rebecca Daly and Lee Cronin. Glenn was selected for the BBC TV Drama Writers’ Programme 2017-2018.
Horror film in development.
TV thriller with Lee Cronin in development with Wild Atlantic Pictures
Development of the film with regular collaborator Writer/Director Rebecca Daly.
Developed an original TV Drama as part of BBC TV Drama Writers’ Programme.
Original feature in development
Feature in development.
Feature film. Writer.
Feature film. Producer Rachel Lysaght. In development.
Feature film. Co-writer / director Rebecca Daly. Premiered at Toronto International Film Festival September 2017 and playing at Dublin International Film Festival in February 2018.
Feature film, producers Macdara Kelleher/John Kelleher. Director/co-writer Rebecca Daly. Completed and premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival
Feature film. Produced by Morgan Bushe and Macdara Kelleher. Directed and co-written by Rebecca Daly.
Selected: Director’s Fortnight Cannes, 2011
Toronto Film Festival, 2011
Galway Film Fleadh 2011
Short film. Producer by Rachel Lysaght. Directed and co-written by Rebecca Daly.
Winner: Best First Irish Short, Galway Film Fleadh, 2006
Best Short Film, Irish Film and Television Award 2007
Best Actress Festival du Courts Metrages Bruxelles 2007