Caroline Farrell is a writer and filmmaker from Dublin, Ireland. Recipient of a Stowe Story Lab/Screen Ireland Screenwriting Fellowship, 2022, she was a finalist in the BBC Writer’s Room 2022 (Top 3%).
In 2018, Caroline wrote and directed the short film FRAMED, selected for screening at over 30 festivals worldwide. It also won ‘Best Short Horror Film’ at the Underground Cinema Film Festival, Ireland. 2019.
She has written and co-produced the short films ADAM  and the multi-award winning IN RIBBONS , the only Irish short film to screen at the ‘Women Deliver Global Conference’ in Copenhagen in 2016.
During Lockdown 2020, Caroline made a short experimental film, HEART(h) themed around the emotions of grief and silence during lockdown. It screened at Flick Flair Film Festival and the Little Cinema Galway in 2021.
Caroline is the author of the novel, LADY BETH, ‘Best Novel’ at The Carousel Aware Prize Awards 2017 (Ireland) and the winner of an Eric Hoffer Award 2019 (Mystery/Thriller Category) (USA). She is the writer of several short stories including BOOMER TRUDY (Epoque Press 2020) which has been adapted to a screenplay.
With vengeance churning, a grieving mother goes back to her sordid past to destroy the evil man she once ran from – the father of her dead son.