The Honeymooners (2003) - News Poster


Pelican Blood (2010) Movie Review

Brit-flick “Pelican Blood” is a film pretty obviously aiming for hip cult appeal, attempting to match the not exactly obvious combination of romance, angst, suicide and bird watching. Directed by Karl Golden (“The Honeymooners”, “Belonging to Laura”), the film was based upon the popular novel by Cris Freddi, with a script from Cris Cole (“Mad Dogs”, “The Good Times Are Killing Me”). Featuring a cast of up and coming British talent including Harry Treadaway (“Fish Tank”), Emma Booth (“The Boys Are Back”), Arthur Darvill (“ Robin Hood”) and Christopher Fulford (“Whitechapel”), the indie production also boasts a perky soundtrack that includes The Coral, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Crystal Castles, The Do, Little Hell and The Specials. The film lands soon on region 2 DVD via Icon Home Entertainment in a standard bare bones edition. Treadaway takes the lead as Nikko, a fairly unbalanced young man trying, and pretty much failing, to
See full article at Beyond Hollywood »

New UK Trailer & Images for Pelican Blood

  • HeyUGuys
Icon Home Entertainment have just sent this brand new UK trailer for new movie coming straight to DVD called, Pelican Blood. As you’ll see when you watch the trailer and read the synopsis, it’s all looking rather intense! The movie was shown at the Edinburgh Film Festival and if it’s IMDb score is anything to go by, it’s pretty good!

Synopsis: Adapted by Cris Cole (Mad Dogs; The Good Times Are Killing Me) from the acclaimed novel by Cris Freddi and directed by Karl Golden (The Honeymooners; Belonging To Laura), the cool, sexy and provocative new Brit-flick, Pelican Blood, stars Harry Treadaway (Fish Tank; City Of Ember; Control), Emma Booth (The Boys Are Back), Arthur Darvill (Doctor Who; Robin Hood) and Christopher Fulford (Whitechapel) in the compelling tale of an impetuous young couple who embark on a capricious affair after meeting on a suicide website chat room.
See full article at HeyUGuys »

Karl Golden Talks 'Belonging to Laura'

  • IFTN
Monday, December 21st sees the broadcast of 'Belonging to Laura' a modern Irish interpretation of Oscar Wilde's play 'Lady Windemere's Fan'. The made for television feature is a TV3 commissioned Irish drama. Iftn caught up with the film's director Karl Golden. In this modern take on the classic play, Laura Wilde is about to be married to the handsome Tiernan Fitzpatrick. But on the eve of the main event, she learns that her perfect fiancé may have slept with another woman on his stag night. And when this woman turns up at the wedding rehearsal, Laura's world starts to fall apart. 'Belonging to Laura' is the screenwriting debut for writers Iseult Golden and David Horan who are already established theatre writers. It is directed by Karl Golden (The Honeymooners, Beached) and produced by Martina Niland (Once) and David Collins (Cairo Time). The 75 minute TV film
See full article at IFTN »

Samson Films' 'Cairo Time' Wins at Toronto Film Festival

  • IFTN
Best Canadian Feature Film honours at the Toronto Film Festival went to Ruba Nadda's 'Cairo Time'. Produced by David Collins of Samson Films and Daniel Iron of Foundry Films, the feature, set in Egypt, stars Patricia Clarkson (Married Life), Tom McCamus (Killshot) and Alexander Siddig (Syriana) and examines a brief, unexpected love affair. Irish creative talent involved in the production of 'Cairo Time' included composer Niall Byrne (The Honeymooners) and production designer Tamara Conboy (Once). The winners were announced on Saturday the 19th of September.
See full article at IFTN »

'Belonging to Laura' Begins Production

  • IFTN
Shooting has begun on 'Belonging to Laura', a new 90 minute feature drama to be commissioned by TV3. Directed by Karl Golden (The Honeymooners) and produced by Martina Niland and David Collins for Accomplice Television, the production will be shooting on location in Enniskerry and Ballsbridge for three weeks. Director of photography for the project is Darran Tiernan (The Honeymooners). The cast includes; Christina Carty (Crystal Park), Brendan McCormack (The Daisy Chain), Gerard McCarthy (Hollyoaks), Aisling Bea (Fair City), Domhnall O'Donoghue (The Escapist) and Tatianna Ouliankina (Fair City).
See full article at IFTN »

See also

Showtimes | External Sites