Principal photography has commenced on Dave Tynan's Dublin Oldschool, adapted from the successful stage play featuring Emmet Kirwan and Ian Lloyd Anderson.
Seána Kerslake will play the lead in Lee Cronin's feature debut The Hole in the Ground, with the film's worldwide sales rights acquired by Bankside Films.
The 18th Newport Beach International Film Festival announced its award-winners over the weekend, with multiple wins for Irish films and filmmakers.
The Irish Film Board and the Irish Film & Television Academy have announced the Rising Star Award nominees for 2017.
The 60th San Francisco International Film Festival, which will run April 5th to 19th, has announced its full line-up which will feature four Irish films.
BBC Three to bring RTÉ’s female-centred, darkly comic drama series, Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope, to UK audiences later this year.
Element Pictures Distribution will release A Date for Mad Mary, the Scannain Irish film of 2016, on DVD and VOD on February 3rd. Win a copy now!
Following a fantastic opening week and with fantastic word-of-mouth Element Pictures’ A Date for Mad Mary expands to just under 30 sites this weekend.
Scannain talks to actors Seána Kerslake and Charleigh Bailey about their new film A Date for Mad Mary. In cinemas September 2nd.