Treasure Entertainment has released the first clip from John Butler's second feature Handsome Devil, which plays NewFest LGBT festival in New York on Oct 21
BBC Three to bring RTÉ’s female-centred, darkly comic drama series, Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope, to UK audiences later this year.
Acorn Media Enterprises, the UK-based development division of American subscription streaming service Acorn TV, has joined RTÉ and Treasure Entertainment as co-producer on Amy Huberman’s new TV series Finding Joy as filming begins in Dublin on the six-part series this week.
Post-production has commenced on John Butler’s second feature film Handsome Devil, at Windmill Lane Pictures with The Stag editor John O’Connor.
Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2014 unveils full line-up. Festival runs from 13th – 23rd February 2014 screening over 222 hours of film across 11 cinema screens.
ODEON Cinemas asked almost 1,000 Dubliners to name who was Dublin’s favourite actor and actress.
RTÉ launched its brand new comedy series, Finding Joy, written by and starring Amy Huberman with a premiere screening in Dublin city centre today.
John Butler's heartwarming coming-of-age drama Handsome Devil has secured a number of international distribution deals at the Cannes Marché du Film.
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.