Megan K. Fox
Love in the Time of Corona
Short Film by Megan K. Fox
Megan K. Fox’s mockumentary, Love in the Time of Corona, follows 23-year-old Gráinne as she attempts to find true love during lockdown. It’s a simple, fun piece that will resonate with a young audience who have been struggling with the more everyday challenges of the lockdown: an unfulfilled sex drive, underwhelming celebrations, the lack of privacy and, perhaps more serious than we may be giving credit for, loneliness.
"We had a brilliant time making the film and rose to the challenges of shooting during Covid by minimising cast and crew and getting creative with the space and resources available.”
Images from the set of Love in the Time of Corona.
Megan K. Fox is an award-winning writer and director of film and TV. She is passionate about telling compelling, intimate stories of self-discovery, adolescence and overcoming. Megan has received commissions and funding grants from RTÉ, the Arts Council of Ireland and O2 Think Big, to name a few. As a graduate of Directing at Met Film School London, she has received more than 30 awards for her work from internationally recognised festivals. Alongside her film career, Megan regularly directs on the long-running RTÉ drama Fair City.