Award-winning Director!

Kate’s trip to Korea for the Seoul Webfest was a great success, not only for the amazing memories of a country she may not have visited otherwise but because she walked away with a Best Director award for Ren: The Girl with the Mark! Gifts and souvenirs from Seoul, including my Best Director award for Ren:The Girl with the Mark. Good times 🙂 (The round white thing that says Seoul is actually Vakabee natural soap that was gifted) #seoul #webseries #award #trophy #fantasy #renthegirlwiththemark #korea #director #chopsticks A post shared by Kate Madison (@actorsatwork) on Aug 23, 2017 at 6:27am...
More awards for Ren!

More awards for Ren!

Kate’s just arrived back from a week in northern Spain having attended the Bilbao Web Fest where Ren won another three awards.   If you haven’t see Ren yet and want to read more about this latest leg of the Ren tour please visit the website of Ren: The Girl with the...
That’s a wrap on Harry and Grace!

That’s a wrap on Harry and Grace!

I’m both excited and sad that my time on Harry and Grace is over.  It’s been a wonderful experience and so fantastic to get my teeth into an acting role again after what feels like...

New Website!

Welcome to my brand new website. It’s currently under construction and is bound to take me a while to finish but here goes nothing.

A Filmmaker’s Journey: Interview with Kate Madison – Festival in the Shire Journal

A Filmmaker’s Journey: Interview with Kate Madison by Colin Duriez, Festival in the Shire Journal “When I was looking for a story to do I found those few paragraphs and the idea of a film about Aragorn’s parents and where he came from seemed a great idea. Aragorn is such an important character in The Lord of the Rings but we know hardly anything about him until he turns up in The Prancing Pony in The Fellowship of the Ring.” As an actor and filmmaker, Kate Madison is mostly known for directing, producing and acting in her Lord of the Rings prequel, Born of Hope, released on the internet in December 2009. In 2003 Kate set up Actors at Work Productions as a banner for various creative projects linked mostly to Stage and Film work. Kate directed her first narrative film in 2005, a short called “Into the Darkness”. Born of Hope is reviewed in this issue. Kate was interviewed by Colin Duriez for Festival in the Shire...