Irish feature Kissing Candice, written and directed by Aoife McArdle, is now available from a number of VOD platforms in Ireland and the UK.
Mark O'Connor's hard-hitting urban drama Cardboard Gangsters is now available on Netflix in North America, Australia, New Zealand, Benelux, and Scandinavia
Principal photography has recently commenced on writer/director Paddy Slattery's highly anticipated debut feature, Let Your Guard Down.
The visceral and thrilling coming-of-age drama Kissing Candice written and directed by Aoife McArdle will be released in Irish and UK cinemas on Friday 22nd June via Wildcard Distribution.
Mark O'Connor's hard-hitting urban drama Cardboard Gangsters, which was reported as the biggest Irish film of 2017, has just been released on Netflix.
Irish feature Kissing Candice has been officially selected for the 68th edition of the world-renowned Berlin International Film Festival next month where the film will enjoy its European Premiere in the Generation 14Plus strand of the festival.
Wildcard Distribution has acquired the Irish and UK Rights for Aoife McArdle’s debut feature film Kissing Candice with a theatrical release due in the coming months.
With his superlative Irish crime drama Cardboard Gangsters out now on DVD and VOD, Scannain caught up with director Mark O'Connor to talk about the film.
With thanks to Wildcard Distribution we have 5 copies of Mark O'Connor's hard-hitting urban drama , Cardboard Gangsters to give away. Out October 6th.
Ahead of its World Premiere at the IndieCork Film Festival, Scannain caught up with Crooked Gentleman to talk about The Legend of Harry & Ambrose.