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  • Seanie & Flo to premiere at Indie Cork

    Very pleased to announce that Imogen Murphy’s brilliant short film SEANIE & FLO – written by John Morton and starring John Connors and Ann Skelly – will enjoy its premiere at Indie Cork! The short comedy screens Oct 11th 3.45pm. The full Indie Cork brochure is online now – we’re in good company.       

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  • Dead Still now in production

    Excited to announce our new production! DEAD STILL stars Michael Smiley, Kerr Logan and Eileen O’Higgins and will hit screens next year. Set in 1880s Ireland in the Victorian era heyday of ‘postmortem photography’ the six-episode period drama follows a renowned memorial photographer as he investigates the murders of his recently deceased subjects. #DeadStill is an RTÉ and Acorn TV commission, made with the support of the BAI. We’re in production at the mo, alongside partners Shaftesbury and ZDF Enterprises. It was developed with the support of Screen Ireland and Creative Europe, written by John Morton and is directed by Imogen Murphy and Craig David Wallace. More news soon… in …

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  • Deadpan’s Ailish McElmeel selected for Inside Pictures

    There’s our Ailish, who’s been selected for Inside Pictures, a big international industry hootenanny. No better woman!   From the IFTN website, 29th April 2019: Deadpan Co-Founder and Producer Ailish McElmeel Selected for Inside Pictures Programme 2019 29 Apr 2019 : by Nathan Griffin Irish producer Ailish McElmeel has been selected to participate in the 2019 edition of Inside Pictures, the National Film and TV School’s (UK) international business training and leadership skills development programme. McElmeel is the Irish representative among the 20 participants to be selected and features alongside Samanta Roberts, marketing director of film at eOne; Frédéricque Rouault, director of international sales at Playtime (France); and Film 4’s …

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  • Can’t Cope Won’t Cope 2 nominated for 2019 Celtic Media Festival Award

    We’ve very pleased to announce that Can’t Cope Won’t Cope Season 2 has been nominated for a 2019 Celtic Media Festival Drama Award! The 40th annual Celtic Media Festival awards will take place in Aviemore on 4th – 6th June 2019. Can’t Cope Won’t Cope 2 sees Aisling and Danielle struggling with the new normality of being apart. We meet Aisling after she’s had her soul sucked out of her by small town Mallow for an entire summer. Meanwhile in Vancouver, Danielle is struggling despite having her wish for more art and less Aisling come true. Nominees from across the UK, Ireland and Europe will compete across 23 award categories at the festival, …

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