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Associated Film:
Joan Baez I Am A Noise

Maeve O’Boyle


Co-Director, Joan Baez I Am A Noise

Maeve O’Boyle is an Emmy-award-winning filmmaker. She edited The Education of Mohammad Hussein, (HBO) which was shortlisted for an Academy Award. She co-produced and edited the Emmy-award-winning and 2014 IRE Award-winning, Firestone and the Warlord (PBS). She also edited and co-produced Growing Up Trans (PBS) with Karen O’Connor and Miri Navasky, which won a duPont Columbia award. She co-wrote and edited 112 Weddings for Doug Block, which premiered at Full Frame, Hot Docs, and Sheffield Doc/Fest and aired on HBO and BBC Storyville, and Do I Sound Gay? for David Thorpe, which had its world premiere at TIFF and was awarded the runner up for People’s Choice Award. Other work includes Left of the Dial (HBO), Heat (PBS), Carrier (PBS), and The Kids Grow Up (HBO), which premiered at IDFA and Full Frame and was awarded a special Jury prize at AFI Docs. In 2020, she directed, produced, and edited The 8th which was critically acclaimed in the UK and Ireland and nominated for an IFTA for Best Documentary. She is currently editing a feature documentary, The Animated Mind of Oliver Sacks.