Vivarium brings you down-the-rabbit-hole and into the dark heart of modern, mundane suburbia. The result is a brilliant, hard-to-pin-down sophomore feature from Irish director Lorcan Finnegan – and one, that in the context of Covid-19, already seems to be garnering new meanings.
Over the coming months, a host of new Irish Film Board-backed feature films and documentaries will go on nationwide release.
Germany’s M-Appeal has acquired world sales rights to Lorcan Finnegan's new ecological horror-thriller Without Name.
Lorcan Finnegan's Without Name and Maya Zinshtein's documentary Forever Pure have been added to the lineup for the Toronto International Film Festival.
Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg have signed on to star in Lorcan Finnegan's new Irish thriller feature Vivarium, which is produced by Brendan McCarthy and John McDonnell for Fantastic Films.
Element Pictures Distribution has acquired UK and Ireland distribution rights to Lorcan Finnegan’s festival hit Without Name and released the trailer.
Teaser poster and trailer for Lorcan Finnegan's new Irish horror Without Name, which is set to play the Toronto and London films festivals.
Scannain caught up with director Lorcan Finnegan ahead of the release of his debut feature film, the superbly creepy eco-horror Without Name.
The Glasgow Film Festival has announced the full line-up for their 13th annual festival and added 4 Irish films in the process.
The BFI London Film Festival has announced its lineup for the 2016 festival. The festival will host 380 features and shorts from 74 countries, including 7 from Ireland.