Ann-marie Conlon is the founder of Lucky Mask Productions
Ann-marie is in pre-production on 3 documentaries; SEAFARER, BINGO and BODY ON LINE. Previously she has produced 4 short films which played at the Showroom Cinema in Sheffield, the Kino Shorts Film Festival in Manchester, Woscon in Sheffield, Scalarama Leeds, Little Shorts Doncaster and Live at Leeds.
Lucky Mask Productions organise film festivals, pop-up cinema, panel discussions Q&As and workshops for films that reflect the world we live in today. Most recently Lucky Mask Productions screened the BAFTA nominated A SYRIAN LOVE STORY at Hyde Park Picture House (Leeds) and Bradford Cathedral as part of UK Refugee week.
Scunthorpe born Ann-marie is a documentary film maker. She began her career as a photographer and studied Mixed Media at Westminster University before moving to New York to do an internship at the Magnum Photo Agency and Centre of Photography. When she returned to the UK she received a scholarship from Magnum Photographic agency in London and was funded by Kodak and the Salvation Army to utilise her background and unique perspective to create a project to look at the social differences between the Salvation Army in Queens NYC and the Salvation Army in Bradford.
Ann-marie has exhibited at Photomonth East London (2011/13), Look 11 International Photography Festival Liverpool (2011), Calumet Photographic Gallery London (2006) and NEC Birmingham (2004).