Siobhan Fahey produced her first film aged 53, MY LONELINESS IS KILLING ME (Dir. Tim Courtney), which was awarded BAFTA Scotland (Best Short) 2018. Since then she has produced a slate of short films that have screened around the world including IS IT ME (Dir. Christopher McGill) which was nominated for a Grierson Award last year. Her first feature REBEL DYKES (dir. Harri Shanahan and Sian A Williams), premiered at BFI Flare (2021), and has screened at over 50 film festivals across the globe. It is distributed in UK/IE by BFI and Bohemia Media, and is enjoying a long cinema run, screening at 60 independent cinemas across UK. It received 4* reviews from Total Film, Time Out, The Guardian and The Queer Review. It was nominated for a BIFA, and has been awarded a number of prizes ranging from the prestigious Iris Prize Best Feature 2021 and Porn Film Festival Berlin Best Documentary.
Before becomikng a film maker Siobhan was a nurse, as well as a Queer Club Promoter and an activist.