Kevin McCann is a writer and filmmaker born in Northern Ireland and raised in the south of Ireland. Since graduating university, he has made drama and documentary for television and radio including RTE, BBC and TG4. After working in production for Roger Corman Film Studios, his half-hour border drama called "Testing Time, Teddy Boy' won critical acclaim at film festivals and multiple television screenings. Among his latest work, is a non-fiction film based in Mexico funded by the Irish Film Board/Arts Council of Ireland and a radio drama series for RTE. Read more... based on an Irish border play written by his father. It stars Stuart Graham (Hunger) in the central role. It was screened at Foyle Film Festival and Cork Film Festival in 2013 and has been selected for other international festivals in 2014. Based in Belfast, Kevin is developing a number of documentary and drama projects including a major motion picture on the Easter Rising revolution of 1916, to be produced for the centenary year. His story on Seán MacDiarmada is supported by Northern Ireland Screen, the film board based in Belfast and has secured development finance from institutes and investors in the US.