7 items from 2011
London based romantic comedy 'The Callback Queen', written and directed by Graham Cantwell (Trapped, Anton) has finished principal photography and has entered post production. The independent film stars Irish actors Amy Joyce Hastings (The Tudors, Little Deaths), Ger Ryan (Raw, Intermission) and Sean T. O'Meallaigh (Kings, Seacht). The story follows the exploits of Kate Loughlin played by Hastings who is an ambitious but unlucky actress on the cusp of her big break and is set in the cut throat world of the London film industry. »
RTÉ's brand new four-part drama series 'Amber' will finish filming tomorrow (October 5th). The series will be edited by Tony Cranstoun (Death of a Superhero, When Harvey Met Bob) at Meatball Facilities in the Liberties between now and January 2012. The sound mix and the grade will be completed in The Factory in January and February 2012. The 4x52 drama series, which is directed by Ifta winning Thaddeus O'Sullivan (Single-Handed, Into the Storm, Stella Days), was shot on location in suburban Dublin from late August. The drama stars Eva Birthistle (Walking the Dead, Glenroe) and David Murray (Zonad, Raw) »
Cameras are rolling on a new four-part RTÉ drama 'Amber' in the Dublin suburbs. The missing person 4x52 drama series 'Amber' is to be directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan (Single-Handed, Into the Storm) and will feature stars Eva Birthistle (Waking the Dead, Glenroe) and David Murray (Zonad, Raw). The drama is currently filming in Suburban Dublin and principle photography will continue until early October. »
In the August edition of Langford on Soaps…
In Gool Theater, Aaron turns to self-harm to deal with his pain, but what happens when someone else gets caught in his destructive path? Find out on Emmerdale. Plus, Olli wants a new relationship. But he is ready to go looking for romance on Forbidden Love? And Sonny gets mixed up in a mob war on Days Of Our Lives.
In Gool Scoops And Spoilers, Roman accepts his fate on All That Matters, but Deniz isn’t quite ready to let his lover go. Meanwhile, on People of the Valley, Macs turns to Iolo when the cops come calling after his disastrous attempt to find Scott goes awry and Jason and Bart face their feelings on Hollyoaks.
And in Gool Newsbeat, we'll tell you when All My Childrenand One Life To Livedebut online. Plus, the latest on the returns of Irish drama »
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Production has commenced on the set of new Irish co-production, 'Jump!' from Dublin's Blinder Films and Northern Ireland's Hot Shot Films. Kieron J. Walsh (Sensation) directs the feature which is currently shooting in Derry and Belfast with stars Charlene McKenna (Raw), Martin McCann (Killing Bono), Ciaran McMenamin (Outcast). The film is based on Lisa McGee's play of the same name the story of seven people whose unrelated lives suddenly collide at the strike of midnight on New Year's Eve. McGee has adapted her drama for the screen and shooting commenced Friday, March 8th and will wrap on Friday, March 29th. »
Bosnian war drama As If I Am Not There received three Ifta awards for Best Film, Director and Script for the film's Irish writer/director Juanita Wilson at tonight's Ifta awards, celebrating the Irish film and television industry.
Pierce Brosnan and Saorise Ronan took home the supporting honours at the awards with Brosnan winning Best Supporting Actor for his role in 'The Ghost', while Ronan's part in The Way Back earned her the supporting actress honour.
Winners Of The 8th Annual Irish Film & Television Awards:
Outstanding Contribution to Industry »
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Crime drama “Love/hate” has been nominated for 10 awards for the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards (Ifta), to be held in Dublin on Saturday, February 12. Brendan Gleeson and his two actor sons, Domhnall and Brian have all been shortlisted in separate categories for the awards ceremony. Juanita Wilson’s Bosnian-set drama “As If I Am Not There” has been nominated for six awards. In the best actor categories, Cillian Murphy and Brendan Gleeson were both nominated for their performance in the Irish gangster comedy “Perrier’s Bounty”. Co-stars Colin Farrell and Saoirse Ronan are shortlisted for their supporting rles in Peter Weir’s “The Way Back”. Ruth Bradley is up for best actress for her role in “Love/Hate”, she will be judged against Amy Huberman (“Rewind”), Ruth Bradley (Love/Hate), Orla Brady (Mistresses), Sarah Flood (Fair City) and Charlene McKenna (Raw). Aine Moriarty, Ifta chief executive, spoke about »
7 items from 2011
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