Two Irish actors, Barry Keoghan and Jessie Buckley, have been nominated for the 2019 EE BAFTA Rising Star Award, alongside Cynthia Erivo, Lakeith Stanfield, and Letitia Wright.
Lance Daly's epic famine thriller, Black '47, is now available to own via Wildcard Distribution. The film is the highest-grossing Irish release of 2018.
#IrishAbroad: Element Pictures’ The Favourite and Disobedience compete at the 2018 British Independent Film Awards
Element Pictures' The Favourite & Disobedience compete at 2018 British Independent Film Awards. The Dig, Robbie Ryan, Barry Keoghan & Jessie Buckley nominated
The first image from Ripper Street director Nick Rowland's Irish-made drama Calm With Horses depicts lead Cosmo Jarvis and Irish actor Barry Keoghan.
Lance Daly's epic thriller set against the Great Hunger, Black '47, hit a major landmark last night, passing the €1 million mark at the Irish Box Office.
Lance Daly's famine revenge western Black '47 has achieved the highest opening for an Irish film in Ireland since John Crowley’s Brooklyn in 2015.
Scannain caught up with Australian actor James Frecheville, who plays Feeney in Black '47 to talk about the film. Black '47 is out now in Irish cinemas.
U.S. distributors IFC Films have signed a deal to release Lance Daly’s famine epic Black '47 in the US from September 28th.
Wildcard Distribution has released the official trailer for Lance Daly's famine-revenge epic Black '47, which they will release in Irish cinemas from Sep 5