About Morag McKinnon
Morag was born in Singapore and lived in Indonesia till she was five, when she moved to Scotland. She studied at Edinburgh College of Art attaining a First class BA (Hons) in Film & TV and at Napier University, for her Masters degree. She has directed in television including as one of two directors on the BAFTA award winning seried "Buried', a visceral portrayal of life in prison. Morag had directed a number of short films including Home which won the BAFTA for short film. Morag directed the feature "Donkeys" which won a Scottish BAFTA award for best film and co-directed the documentary "I Am Breathing" with Emma Davie which won Scottish BAFTA for best director. Most recent work includes a short for the Margaret Tait centenary celebrations (MT100) called "Never the same" and collaborative experimental work: The Earthing Project.