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Delaney & Plunkett Join Cast of 'Raw'

4 October 2010 7:08 AM, PDT | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

Production is currently underway on the third series of Dublin restaurant drama, 'Raw'. The Ecosse Film/Octagon Films co-production started shooting at the end of August and cameras will continue rolling until the end of November. The third installment of the drama sees the return of Ifta winner Charlene McKenna (Whistleblower), Aisling O’Sullivan (The Clinic), Keith McErlean (Bachelors' Walk) and Ger Ryan (Whistleblower; Family) alongside cast newcomers Padraic Delaney (Perrier’s Bounty) and Marcella Plunkett (Once). »

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Interview: Stuart Carolan Feeling 'Love/Hate'

30 September 2010 12:12 PM, PDT | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

Sunday, October 3rd will see new drama series, 'Love-Hate', launch on RTÉ One. The 4 x 1hour series stars Robert Sheehan (Misfits), Aidan Gillen (The Wire), Ruth Negga (Breakfast on Pluto) and Ruth Bradley (Stardust) and explores Dublin's modern gangland community. Iftn spoke with 'Love/Hate' screenwriter, Stuart Carolan (Little White Lie, Raw) to discuss the very personal inspiration behind the project, the cast members involved and his alternative approach to researching Dublin's gangland members. 'Love/Hate' is directed by David Caffrey (Divorcing Jack, Raw) and shot for seven weeks in October and November of last year around Dublin. The series starts with a catastrophic event which ignites the tensions in a small-time drug gang, family, friends and community who must live with the consequences. »

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Cinematographer Donal Gilligan Dies Age 46

20 September 2010 2:48 AM, PDT | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

Irish cinematographer Donal Gilligan passed away on Sunday, 19 September 2010, he was 46. Much loved amongst his friends and colleagues within the Irish film and television industry, the two time Ifta nominee suffered a sudden heart attack on Sunday night. Donal began his career in the industry in the early nineties and worked on dozens of successful Irish projects throughout the years including 'Omagh', 'Dead Bodies', 'Mystics', 'Watermelon', 'John McGahern: A Private World' and 'Raw'. He is survived by his four children and wife Charlotte. »

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Dave McSavage Gives Ireland 'The Savage Eye'

8 September 2010 6:42 AM, PDT | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

Shooting is underway on the set of the second series of the Ifta nominated comedy series, 'The Savage Eye'. Shooting in and around Dublin and Wicklow for the next five weeks and directed by Kieron J. Walsh (Raw), the series will see the return of Dave McSavage (Dental Breakdown) alongside his co-writer John Colleary (Touching People) and his fellow impressionists Pat McDonnell (Father Ted) and Dermot McMurrow (Emily's Song). Each week 'The Savage Eye' explores one subject in its entirety using vox pops from members of the public to inspire the comedy sketches and unflinching rants from numerous fictional characters. Produced by Katie Holly (One Hundred Mornings), the show's director of photography is Patrick Jordan (Croke Park Lives). »

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ITV1's 'Above Suspicion' cast announced

15 July 2010 10:24 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The cast for the third series of Above Suspicion' has been announced by ITV. Ray Fearon (Raw, Missing), Robbie Gee (The Fixer, Murphy's Law) and Andrew Woodall (Place of Execution, Lawless) among others will join the main cast for the crime drama, written by Lydia La Plante. Kelly Reilly returns as Di Anna Travis alongside Ciarán Hinds as Superintendent James Langton and Shaun Dingwall as Dci Mike Lewis. Meanwhile, Celyn Jones reprises his role as DS Paul Barolli, and Manda Lawrence as DC Joan Faukland. 'Deadly Intent', which (more) »

- By Paul Millar

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Premiere: Just for the Record

6 May 2010 5:44 PM, PDT | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

The main thing that separates HeyUGuys from other film sites is one of the things I value most about us – we aren’t obsessed with the Hollywood Blockbuster.  While we enjoy the privilege of bringing you coverage of the popcorntastic openings of films such as Iron Man 2 and The Prince of Persia we also embrace the opportunity to support newer voices in British cinema.  To that end we spent last night in Mayfair.  We were not there shopping for fine designer goods, nor were we fine-dining from a quadruple starred plate.  We were there to celebrate film – gritty British film.  That film was Just for the Record and the night was about as gritty and Britty as you can get without a bulldog, a Union Jack, or George and his Dragon putting in personal appearances!

This joint production from Black and Blue Films and Raw Film Productions documents the »

- Emily Breen

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