Scannain talks to director Sinead O'Shea about her feature documentary A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot, which is out today in Irish cinemas
#IrishFilm: Blinder Films to release A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot in Irish cinemas from September 14th
Sinead O’Shea’s acclaimed new Irish documentary A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot is set for nationwide cinema release on September 14th.
Belgium's Screen Flanders is to invest €1,985,000 in 10 new audiovisual productions, including the Irish-Belgian-Luxemburg co-production The Domestique by director Kieron J. Walsh and writer Ciaran Cassidy.
U.S. actor Will Forte and Australian actress, writer, and comedian Claudia O'Doherty have joined the cast of Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman (a.k.a. D.A.D.D.Y.)'s new comedy Extra Ordinary.
Sinead O'Shea's documentary A Mother Brings Her Son to Be Shot is set to have its international premiere at the prestigious CPH:DOX Film Festival next month, one of the largest documentary film festivals in Europe. In addition the film has been nominated for the F:ACT Award.
Kino Lorber has acquired the North American rights to Sophie Fiennes' documentary/biopic Grace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami, which is produced by Dublin-based Blinder Films. Kino Lorber plan to release the film in North American cinemas in April.
Protagonist Pictures has released the first image from Vita & Virginia, which recently completed filming in Dublin with producers Blinder Films.
A special screening and unique live event of the music film Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami will take place on 25th October in cinemas across Ireland.
Elizabeth Debicki is replacing Eva Green in Vita & Virginia, which is being produced by Blinder Films' Katie Holly. Filming starts in Ireland in September.