Amy Hardie is a renowned director and producer who graduated from the National Film and Television School in 1990. His thesis film was awarded as the best student documentary film. Hardie is a member both of the Scottish Documentary Institute, which studies documentary film, and also Docspace Scientific. She is devoted to the task of gaining a wide audience for serious documentary film.
Hardie’s films focus on medical humanities and stem cell research. Her works include The Edge of Dreaming (2009) and the award-winning science documentary Stem Cell Revolutions (2011). DocPoint will screen her touching film Seven Songs For a Long Life (2015) about the lives of patients diagnosed with terminal illnesses and about music functioning as a form of therapy.