Eamonn Norris is a television and film director, writer and producer.
Eamonn is a regular director on the Irish TV drama, ROS NA RÚN. The show airs on the network station, TG4. Ros na Rún received nominations in two categories at the Irish Film and Television Academy Awards, 2018. He has directed 21 episodes of the hit show.
He is the VT producer and VT director on the current series of the country music show OPRY LE DANIEL. Hosted by country music star, Daniel O'Donnell, the show is the highest rated entertainment show on TG4.
Eamonn produced and directed , the comedy feature film 'MAKING IT' which premiered as the opening night film of the Kerry Film Festival.
Making It won 'Best Feature Film' at the New Jersey Irish Film Festival, 2017 and Ireland's most read newspaper, the Irish Independent selected Making It as one of the 'Highlights' of The Galway Film Fleadh, 2017. It appeared at several other film festivals as well as having a limited Irish cinema release. Eamonn co-wrote the script with regular collaborator, Fred O'Connor.
He worked as co-producer on the feature film 'LOST & FOUND'. Directed by Liam O'Mochain, the film has proven an indie hit with critics and audiences. Lost & Found is on limited release in cinemas in the USA, New Zealand and Australia during the summer of 2019. The LA Times - "Irish Indie Lost & Found will make you smile".
Eamonn co-wrote and executive produced the comedy feature film 'THE COMEBACK' which premiered at The Galway Film Fleadh 2018. The film stars Robert Arkins (The Commitments) and Tara Flynn (The Cured).
He worked as second unit director on the horror feature film 'BRACKENMORE'. Starring Sophie Hopkins (Doctor Who: Class), Brackenmore played at film festivals in 2017 and is available to rent on VOD.
As a producer for Commons Lane Films, Eamonn has produced and directed several online videos for clients.