Scannain sat down with director Phyllida Lloyd to talk about new Irish drama Herself, co-written by and starring Clare Dunne.
BritBox UK has commissioned an original comedy-drama series entitled The Dry; produced by Element Pictures, in association with Fís Eireann/Screen Ireland and ITV Studios, in partnership with RTÉ.
Element Distribution and Picturehouse Entertainment have announced that female-driven drama Herself, will be released into Irish and UK cinemas from 30 October.
Saban Films has acquired North American rights to Irish film Calm With Horses, the feature film debut of director Nick Rowland.
Element Pictures sponsors a new bursary supporting access to actor training for people with a disability at The Lir Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College Dublin.
Nick Rowland’s Calm With Horses received 10 BIFA nominations and Clare Dunne has received one for Best Actress for her performance in Herself.
RTÉ has announced that it will be airing Normal People, Element Pictures' TV series adaptation of Sally Rooney’s acclaimed novel for the BBC.
Principal photography has begun on Sebastian Lelio's The Wonder, adapted by Emma Donoghue, Lelio and Alice Birch from Donoghue's novel of the same name, and produced
Irish feature Herself will receive its UK premiere as an official selection of the 64th BFI London Film Festival as one of only thirteen films selected to screen physically.