Stewart Carry has been a judge, an editor and script editor for Page Turner Awards for a number of years.


Stewart, a Dublin-born writer, delves into intimate character portrayals, exploring the darker aspects of human nature and motivations behind actions.

With a portfolio including 12 feature films across genres, a comedy drama, sitcom, and miniseries for television, his success in competitions and festivals is noteworthy, ranking in the top 14 percent for the B.B.C. Writers’ Room in 2020 and being a finalist in prominent awards such as the Page Turner Awards and the Waterford Film Festival.

Paula's fabulous true story bears the hallmark of a fine writer at the top of her game, with the gift of communicating that which is not only profoundly true to life in general but also deeply moving on a personal level.

Beyond his own writing, Stewart is involved in editing and reviewing manuscripts for novels, short stories, memoirs, and scripts for film and television.

Notable among his editing collaborations is 'Finding Penrose' by Paula Sheridan, a poignant memoir and screenplay tackling the injustices of South African apartheid, portraying the journey of an African man grappling with memory loss while seeking his identity and advocating for his community's plight.

Stewart Carry script editor for Finding Penrose
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