DIRECTOR I Producer
Tamsin Mac Carthy-Cline comes from a family of filmmakers. Film making is in her blood. Her career began in her teens, first as a performer, and then, after 4 years at Loyola Marymount University, as a director and producer.
She went on to direct numerous short films, including award winning short films earning MNET’s prestigious “Best New Director” Award.
Tamsin’s adaptation of bestselling author Paulo Coelho’s “The Witch of Portobello” was chosen out of 6000 submissions worldwide. As producer/director/writer and actress, her film won first prize and premiered at the Rome Film Festival. The film makers, along with Paulo, also won the “Cinema of Peace” Award for this worldwide initiative in film making.
Tamsin’s films have been selected for Cannes, Toronto and Berlin Film Festivals. She has directed multiple music videos, commercials and documentaries.