Film productions

Feature film 

RSJ is a lonely man with a penchant for tinned peaches, video cameras and revenge. Starring John McQuistonScott GlynnIain Louden and Lorne MacFadyen.

RSJ is released written and directed by Rob Walker and produced by Karen O’Hare.

Short film

ZONE OUT, winner International Epilepsy Day competition, 2019. Watch it here

NEVER GIVE UP, a series of short animations on coercive control commissioned by and produced for Clydebank Women’s Aid, 2018. Watch the animations here

MEET ME BY THE WATER , a short drama written and directed by Raisah Ahmed and produced by Karen O’Hare was commissioned by Scottish Film Talent Network (SFTN) through the Scottish Shorts programme and premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival in June 2016, in competition for Best Short Film. The film screened on BBC Scotland in 2019 as part of Next Big Thing 

Karen and Raisah previously worked together on a short drama called MAGDA which premiered at Glasgow Short Film Festival in March 2015 and was in competition for Best Scottish Short Film. Watch the trailer here

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SALTMARK  Nominated for Best Newcomer at the Rushes Soho Shorts Festival, 2010. View here

NIGHT SCHOOL film of the month on Shooting People January 2010. View here

ARCHIVE OF DREAMS Nominated, Best Scottish Short Film Edinburgh International Film Festival 2009 & Winner, Jim Poole Award, 2008.  View here

FLUNG Nominated, BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award 2008

BULB Winner, BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award 2008. View here

CROW MOON Nominated, British Animation Awards  2007 & McLaren Award,  Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2007. View here

DEAR DAD Winner, Best Director & Best New Work, BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award, 2007. View here

MONO Runner up,  BBC New Talent Award 2006. View here

TRACKS Winner, Best Short Film, BAFTA Scotland 2006; Mono, Runner Up, BBC New Talent Award 2006 & Nominated, Celtic Media Award 2006, Nominated Best UK Short, Raindajnce. View the trailer here

SNAKEBITE Nominated, Crystal Bear, Berlinale 2006

FAMINE Nominated, McLaren Award, Edinburgh International Film Festival 2006. View here