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'Easter Sixteen' Becomes 'Easter Rising'

2 July 2010 4:08 AM, PDT | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

Feature film project 'Easter Sixteen' about the 1916 Easter Uprising in Dublin has been optioned by UK financier Peter Lukas who will produce along with co-author of the award-winning screenplay Brendan Foley (Legend of the Bog) under the new title of 'Easter Rising'. It is understood Peter and Brendan will be working with veteran Dublin-based producer Ned Dowd (executive producer, King Arthur, Veronica Guerin, Apocalypto) and Danish producer Lars Hermann (The Riddle). American production company Coll-Abbitt has also expressed its intention to join the project which will be re-titled 'Easter Rising'. Irish actor turned director Jason Barry, best known for his role in James Cameron's 'Titanic', confirmed that Marathon, his film partnership with Nicola Charles was now being wound up and each were pursing independent projects, with his own major focus continuing to be 'Easter Rising'. »

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