Co-Founder Loosehorse Productions
Cormac Hargaden founded LOOSEHORSE in 2007 and has grown it to become one of Ireland’s most successful independent television companies.
In 2015, he collaborated with Stephen Cluskey on the IFTA nominated Rugby’s Wheelchair Challenge, a concept that asked rugby stars Jamie Heaslip and Felix Jones to embrace a unique accessibility challenge.
Among Cormac’s credits in other genres are: Trial Of The Century, Inside Trinity, The Scholarship, JoeBrolly: Perfect Match, A Parting Gift, Guess Who’s Dead, The Naked Election, Sports Quiz Of The Year, Guerrilla Gourmet and Entrepreneur Of The Year.
In sports TV, Cormac has overseen fifteen consecutive years of independent Gaelic games output on RTÉ, from Breaking Ball to Thank GAA It’s Friday and was the man behind the acclaimed sports docs All Ireland Day, Galvinised, Girl On The Undercard, Marooned, Micheál: The Sound Of Sunday and The Rod Squad.
Winner of four IFTAs and twelve times nominated, Cormac previously was involved in senior management with Setanta Television and Motive Television.
When not at work, Cormac is dad to three young boys.