| Film director|
| 20 September 1961 (age 54) (1961-09-20) Porthcawl, Wales|
Film director, editor, screenwriter and producer
Dermot Tynan Wikipedia
Dermot Tynan (born 20 September 1961) is an Irish film director. Most recently, he wrote and directed the film A Place in my Heart with Suki Webster and Marc Culwick. He is the owner of Claddagh Films, an independent film and television company in the west of Ireland.
The Biscuit Eaters (1992)
A Talk in the Dark (1992)
The Lift (1994)
A Place in my Heart (2009)
Channel 31 (2010)
Dermot is a full voting member of the Irish Film & Television Academy.
Dermot is the author of several Open Source Software applications, including DBOW, a database compiler-compiler or front-end, and beanie, a UNIX-based accounting and invoicing system. He is also the author of RFC 2431, an RTP payload format for BT.656 video encoding.The Seanchai Filmmaker
Long Days and Short Films, published in the East Anglian Daily Times on August 15, 1992.
Dermot Tynan – Making Movies, published in the Galway Advertiser on January 12, 1995.