Ripple World Pictures was established in Ireland in 2007 by Irish-Australian producer Jacqueline Kerrin and British producer Dominic Wright. They jointly manage the financing, business affairs, development, production, marketing and distribution of Ripple’s ongoing slate of film, television and digital media projects. They also act as producers and executive producers on indigenous projects and incoming co-productions.
Prior to forming Ripple World Dominic produced numerous award winning film and tv series throughout his career. Film credits include The Daisy Chain (2008), El Juego Del Ahorcado (2008), Small Engine Repair (2006), Song For A Raggy Boy (2003) and On The Nose (2000). Television credits include the series Damage (2007) and Proof 1&2 (2004-5).
Before that he worked with financier Film Trustees where films included The Crying Game, The Sheltering Sky and Naked Lunch. Other credits include El Pajaro De La Felicidad, Beltenebros, Innisfree and the series A Week In Politics for Channel 4.
Dominic is a member of the Irish Film and Television Academy, the European Film Academy, a former board member of Screen Producers Ireland and an alumni of the prestigious ACE (Ateliers de Cinéma Europeéns) Programme.
Jacqueline recently produced the Irish-Finnish-Swedish co-production Lapland Odyssey (2010), the Irish-Finnish co-production Parked (2010), and the Irish-Hungarian-Dutch-Turkish co-production Isztambul (2011).
She is an Executive Producer of Retreat (2011) by co-writer and director Carl Tibbetts and of the Irish debut feature Earthbound (2012) by writer-director Alan Brennan.
Prior to forming Ripple World, she spent twelve years working in marketing for some of the media industry’s most respected companies including Australia’s commercial TV channel Nine Network Australia, the leading magazine publisher Australian Consolidated Press, and in the international television sales and distribution arm of Canadian producer Cineflix.
Jacqueline is a member of the Irish Film and Television Academy, the European Film Academy, Screen Producers Ireland and has recently been selected for the EAVE producers programme in 2012.