#IrishAbroad: Cardboard Gangsters now available on Netflix internationally
Cardboard Gangsters has received an International release on Netflix. The gritty feature is now available on Netflix in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia and Benelux. It is the first time an international deal of this kind with Netflix has been made by Wildcard Distribution.
The film distribution landscape is evolving rapidly, and we are delighted to be in a position to structure an international deal like this for Cardboard Gangsters with Netflix, and for audiences all over the world to finally see this great Irish film.
Patrick O’Neill, Managing Director – Wildcard Distribution
Directed by Mark O’Connor, Cardboard Gangsters follows a group of wannabe gangsters as they attempt to gain control of the drug trade in Darndale, chasing the glorified lifestyle of money, power and sex. Jay Connolly is a part-time DJ and low-level drug dealer. When his welfare is cut off he decides it’s time for him and his gang to enter the big leagues. This attracts the attention of the local King Pin and sets Jay down a violent and bloody path.
Actor/co-writer John Connors (Love/Hate) is joined in the cast by by Jimmy Smallhorne, Kierston Wareing (Fish Tank), Fionn Walton (What Richard Did), Damien Dempsey (Between the Canals), Denise McCormack (Love/Hate) Paul Roe (Adam and Paul), Stephen Clinch (Between the Canals), and Corey McKinley (’71), with support from Aaron Blake O’Connell (Bully), Gemma-Leah Devereux (How to Be Happy), Toni O’Rourke (Noble), Fionna Hewitt-Twamley, Paul Alright, Ryan Lincoln, and Ciaran McCabe (Bully).
The film was produced for Stalker Films and Five Knight Films in association with Filmbase and with the support of the BAI, Egg Post Production and TV3 and was distributed theatrically by Wildcard Distribution.
Cardboard Gangsters is also available on iTunes in the United States, Canada, Belgium, Luxembourg, Sweden, Finland, Australia and New Zealand, and select International territories on Amazon, Google Play, Vudu, and Steam.