Siobhan Fahey set up Riot Productions to produce the feature documentary Rebel Dykes (dir. Harri Shanahan and Sian Williams).  Rebel Dykes is now in in Cinemas around the UK and touring through festivals globally. Riot Productions co-produced My Loneliness Is Killing Me (dir. Tim Courtney), the first BAFTA Scotland winning short film with a queer theme (2018). Prior to filmmaking, Siobhan was an activist and a promoter. She worked on anti-austerity, minority healthcare and queer freedom campaigns, and ran club nights and festivals. 


Christopher T McGill joined the company in 2020, bringing his award-winning experience as a director who has worked across documentary and narrative. Christopher has enjoyed a varied background in participatory filmmaking, activism, theatre and television. His latest film Is It Me was shortlisted for the Grierson Trust award (British Documentary Award) 2021. Christopher has worked on commissioned short drama films and documentaries ranging from hard-hitting stories about asylum seekers to queer underground nightlife.

Christopher and Siobhan have produced and directed high quality short films and are now in development with a number of TV and film projects which they are taking forward over the next two years.


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