Director of THE MIRROR OF POSSIBLE WORLDS
Fergus Daly is the co-author of a book on Leos Carax and has contributed essays to the books Jean-Luc Godard: Documents, Movie Mutations and One Hundred Years of Soviet Cinema. His films include Abbas Kiarostami: the Art of Living (co-directed with Pat Collins), Experimental Conversations (2006), The Art of Time (2009) and Outliving Dracula: Le Fanu's Carmilla (2010) (both co-directed with Katherine Waugh), Armand Gatti: Welcome to our Battle of Images (2009), Matter & Memory (2010), Immortal Stories (2014), Crimson: An Irish Trakl (2020) and Melmoth the Wanderer 1820-2020 (2020).
In 2001 he organised the first International Conference on the work of French filmmaker Philippe Garrel.
His films have screened worldwide, most recently at CCI (Paris), SloFest, (Suprasl, Poland), New Horizons Film Festival, (Wroclaw, Poland) amd M+ Museum (Hong Kong).
In 2011 his installation The Book of Voluntary Death was awarded first prize of €5,000 at Claremorris Open Exhibition by Chris Hammond, Director of MOT Gallery, London.
For EVA 2012 he collaborated with Katherine Waugh on the 6-screen installation A Laboratory of Perpetual Flux. He was the Programmer of the Different Directions Experimental Film Festival (2008-2010).