top of page


Jessie Kirby


Jessie Kirby is an Irish horror and comedy writer/director who has been making waves in the film industry with her unique blend of scares and laughs. Born and raised in Ireland, Jessie discovered her passion for film at a young age and decided to pursue it as a career.

After completing her studies in film at Bournemouth University, Jessie returned to Ireland to begin her career in the film industry. She quickly made a name for herself with her first film, "Nadir," which was praised for its inventive storytelling and dark humour.

Since then, Jessie has directed and written several other films, including The Hidden,  Insatiable, and For Summer. Her films are known for their combination of horror and comedy, which has earned her a loyal following among fans of both genres.

In addition to her writing and directing skills, Jessie is also trained in film editing, lighting, sound, and camera operation. This allows her to have a hands-on approach to her films and ensure that every aspect is perfect.

Jessie is deeply passionate about the horror and comedy genres and is always looking for new and innovative ways to scare and entertain audiences. She is a dedicated filmmaker who is committed to telling stories that are both entertaining and thought-provoking.

PP _ Poster Spike Only _edited.png

Kirsten Stoddart

Producer / Writer

Kirsten Stoddart is an Australian writer, producer and academic living in the UK. She has 18 years of experience in production, specialising in feature and high-end television. She is an award-winning writer, and works professionally as Line Producer in scripted television and film.


Her recent credits include Man Like Mobeen and the groundbreaking Deep Fake Neighbour Wars (both 2023). She has worked on projects with Apple+, Scott Free, Tiger Aspect and more. In 2021 Kirsten was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the University of Salford, for her research into gender inequalities in screenwriting for original scripted series on streaming networks.

FS _ NEW January 2019.jpg
bottom of page