Liz plays co-star role Lucy along side Angela Peters in the film Running from Reality, directed by Dustin Murphy. Written by Chryssanthi Kouri.
Liz will be performing her one woman show Stupid Cupid at the Camden Fringe Festival Aug 8th, 9th & 10th!
The film Never Grow Old is selected as the closing night film for the Galway Film Fleadh 2019- from left to right: Liz McMullen, Dominic Wright (Producer), Ivan Kavanagh (Director) & Jacqueline Kerrin (Producer) of Never Grow Old.
Short Film Actress wins Best Costume and was nominated for best short film and Liz for best actress at the Birmingham Film Festival, UK. Check out Liz's interview after accepting the award on behalf of the costume designer Jeffery Micheal.
Actress has also been selected as part of the offical selection for Tweetfest Film Festival based in London, UK.
Read the Stupid Cupid interviews with Female First, West End Wilma and Boardway World!
Stupid Cupid launches an Indiegogo campaign...check it out here.
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Liz is nominated for best actress for her role in the short film Actress, directed by Edward L Dark, at the Unresticted View Film Festival in London.
Missed seeing Stupid Cupid last time? Now's your chance! On at the Hen& Chickens this March 2nd 9:30pm and March 3rd 3pm & 7:30pm. Get tickets here!
Liz and the cast of Anamorphosis will be attending the 2017 Comic Con in Porto! Come and get your photo taken, an autograph and hear more about the making of the film!
Liz's cinamatic dreams of being in a Western come true! Liz has been cast as Dorothy Peale in Ivan Kavanagh's Wild West Drama Never Grow Old, staring John Cusack and Emile Hirsch, produced by Ripple World Pictures. Due to release early 2019.
Liz's one woman show Stupid Cupid, directed by James Wren is previewing at the Hen & Chicken's Theatre London, UK September 2nd, 3rd, & 4th. Get tickets here. SC will then be playing at the Vancouver Fringe Festival in Canada September 7th-17th. Get tickets here.
Liz is excited to anounce that she has been cast in the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival for this summer's season. She will be playing Rosencrantz in Hamlet, directed by David Salter and Lady Capulet in Romeo & Juliet, directed by Simon Bell.
Febuary- March 2017
Liz is thrilled to be playing the role of Daphne, a bright university grad student who discovers that she can fight demons with the power of her mind in the up coming film Anamorphosis. This supernatural thriller staring Mark Arnold and directed by Ilyas Kaduji is due out in 2019.