BBC Three to bring RTÉ’s female-centred, darkly comic drama series, Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope, to UK audiences later this year.
John Butler's new Irish feature Handsome Devil will have its European premiere as the opening night film of the 13th Glasgow Film Festival on February 15th.
John Butler's Handsome Devil has won the Audience Award at the 29th Image+Nation Film Festival in Montreal, the oldest LGBT film festival in Canada.
The Irish Screen America festival will host the New York Premiere of RTÉ’s new female-centred, darkly comic drama series, Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope.
RTÉ launched its brand new comedy series, Finding Joy, written by and starring Amy Huberman with a premiere screening in Dublin city centre today.
29th AFI EU Film Showcase will bring the best European films of 2016 to Washington, DC-area audiences, including Handsome Devil and The Young Offenders.
On Tuesday, May 23rd, Irish Film London will screen John Butler's heartwarming coming-of-age drama Handsome Devil at the Regent Street Cinema in London.
Amy Huberman joins the other leading names in the TV industry for the second annual Fís TV Summit which takes place in the G Hotel this Thursday.
John Butler's Handsome Devil and Irish/Norwegian co-production The King's Choice will have their Australian premieres as part of PIAF’s Lotterywest Festival
Radiant Films International has secured a deal to sell the international rights to John Butler's Handsome Devil at the Toronto International Film Festival.