Gillian Tully

Gillian Tully

Actor, Filmmaker and Voice Artist

Southampton, United Kingdom

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March 2015
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About Gillian

Actress / CEO & Founder of FILM EXPO SOUTH .uk/

Gillian Tully is no stranger to the filmmaking sector as a professional actress, entrepreneur and auteur.

She has worked in film, television and starred in the West End theatre.

Film Expo South premiered at the AGEAS Bowl, Southampton in February 2016 and was a huge success. Don't take our word for it, see what our attendees and exhibitors had to say... .uk/testimonials

The event attracted over 700 filmmakers, students and professionals alike, from across the UK including, Scotland, Bristol, London, Plymouth, Kent and Cambridge covering skills from across the industry from Runners to Cameramen, Actors to Producers and Set Designers to Investors.

Throughout the day, Seminars and Workshops took place, actors showed off their skills on stage, great collaboration and networking took place and we continue to connect filmmakers throughout the year. Over 40 businesses in film exhibited their services.

FILM EXPO SOUTH is here to “Make it Happen” help filmmakers connect, educate, update, open doors to opportunities and bring more film productions to the South.

Now into it's 3rd year, FILM EXPO SOUTH is bringing to you our Seminar Programme for 2018 and the first 2 Seminars will take place on Monday 25th June 2018 at the prestigious Southampton Harbour Hotel and Spa.

Our seminars are focused on Film Investment with the 1st seminar in the morning is aimed at people seeking to invest or break into film investment 'Benefits, Risks and Tax Breaks'
LOOKING TO INVEST IN FILM? – BOOK HERE: .uk/e/film-investment-overcoming-obstacles-how-to-make-your-tv-and-film-projects-stand-out-tickets-45359818438

The 2nd seminar in the afternoon is open to filmmakers looking to gain valuable information 'How to make your project stand out'
SEEKING INVESTMENT FOR YOUR NEXT FILM PROJECT? - BOOK HERE: .uk/e/film-investment-overcoming-obstacles-how-to-make-your-tv-and-film-projects-stand-out-tickets-45359818438

We are also helping producers and directors to raise their profile and will be showcasing local film projects at various stages in the development and production stages, seeking investment.

Join us on Monday 25th June 2018 at the prestigious Southampton Harbour Hotel and Spa in Ocean Village, Southampton, UK

How to get there?.......Planes / Trains / Automobiles & Boats:

Southampton Harbour Hotel and Spa is only 10 minutes from Southampton Airport, 5 minutes from Southampton Central Train Station, just a stone’s throw away from the M3 and M27, half hour from Portsmouth Ferry Terminal and on the doorstep of the Southampton's Ocean Cruise Terminal so plenty options for travelling to the event!

Unique traits: Makes Things Happen


  • Dead Fred

    Dead Fred (2016)
    Film by Deanna Dewey (Comedy) Production manager When three women take over the care of a dear friend and relative who has dementia, they get more than they bargained for when they discover she's hiding her dead husband in the freezer.

  • The Passenger

    The Passenger (2015)
    Film (short) by Ben Wicks (Drama) Actress Three men hunt the murderer of a young boy, each blinded by their own search for revenge.

  • Helix

    Helix (2006)
    Film (short) by Chris Barfoot (Sci-Fi) Actress A man is transported through time to the burning of St. Joan in AD1431.

  • Toast

    Toast (2006)
    Film (short) by Steve Hammal (Comedy, Drama and Fantasy) Actress Ingmar lives a regimented life. Up at 7.19am each morning, he showers, dresses and prepares a very civilised breakfast. But today will be different. When his toast emerges blackened and inedible from his toaster, it precipitates a series of events that threaten to wreck his perfectly synchronised daily routine... A sharp little existential comedy of errors. Written by Bradford film festival 2006

  • The Reckoning

    The Reckoning (2002)
    Film (short) by Chris Barfoot (Horror) Actress

  • Silent Soul

    Silent Soul (2001)
    Film (short) by Robert Clother (Biography) Actress The Craig David Story.

  • Distant Shadow

    Distant Shadow (2000)
    Film by Howard J. Ford (Horror and Mystery) Actress Michelle Wallace is a girl haunted by the demons of her past, having witnessed the brutal murder of her mother at the age of four. Sixteen years on she lives in a run-down boarding house looking forward to a future with her boyfriend away from the squalid life she has been leading. Michelle is befriended by her new neighbour, Charles Paskin, a mysterious middle-aged man. Unbeknown to Michelle, Charles is actually a British government assassin involved in a highly confidential operation. His mission is to retrieve government files about a top secret operation which has been stolen. He has been instructed to dispose anyone associated with these documents, but all is not as it seems. Through a bizarre turn of events, Michelle becomes embroiled in Charles's mission, and a fast-paced story of intrigue and suspense begins to unfold. Written by Jean Lejuez <>

  • The Man Who Held His Breath

    The Man Who Held His Breath (1998)
    Film (short) by Stephen Lowenstein (Drama and Romance) Actress Oscar asks his girlfriend, Lulu, to marry him but she refuses. Even worse she is not sure that she wants to continue their relationship any longer. Oscar is devastated by the rejection and is uncertain what to do next. After visiting a friend who suggested the old cliché that love conquers all, Oscar resorts to an extremely unusual method to solve the problem of Lulu's reluctance. After his local swimming pool has closed for the evening, Oscar dives in and swims to the bottom and holds his breath and waits until morning. Next morning when he is discovered, still alive, he refuses to surface until he has seen Lulu. Written by Mark Smith <>

  • Phoenix

    Phoenix (1997)
    Film (short) by Chris Barfoot (Sci-Fi) Producer

  • Hot Shots

    Hot Shots (1994)
    Television (Comedy) Actress Filmmaker wannabes were invited to shoot short sketches for broadcast. The show's genre was comedy.


  • Best of ... Sci-Fi for Helix

  • WorldFest Houston Gold Award Independent Short Subject-Films & Video - Fantasy/Horror for The Reckoning

  • Honorable Mention Magical Realism for The Reckoning

  • Gold Award Independent Experimental Films & Videos - Comedy for Dead Clean (1998)

  • Platinum Award - Independent Short Subject-Films & Video - Fantasy/Horror for Phoenix

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