Irish director Paddy Breathnach's Cuban set Spanish language drama Viva has made the shortlist of 9 films for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Feature.
Four more Irish films will play the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, with Viva, The Lobster, Love & Friendship, and Sing Street joining the previously announced world premieres of Mammal and The Land of the Enlightened.
US distributor Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to Paddy Breathnach's Spanish language drama Viva.
3 Irish films will world premiere at the prestigious Telluride Film Festival, Paddy Breathnach's Viva, Lenny Abrahamson’s Room, and Ken Wardrop’s Mom and Me
Irish/Cuban co-production film Viva had its Latin American premiere on Monday in Havana as part of the 37th International Festival of New Latin American Cinema, receiving an encore screening and multiple standing ovations.
Two Irish co-produced features films, Viva and 11 Minutes, will play at the Palm Springs International Film Festival from January 1st to 11th.
Paddy Breathnach's Spanish language drama Viva has been selected as Ireland's official entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards.
Magnolia Pictures and Treasure Entertainment, via IndieWire, has unveiled the poster for director Paddy Breathnach's new Spanish language drama Viva.
Check out a host of new images from Paddy Breathnach's Spanish language drama Viva, written by Mark O'Halloran, and produced by Treasure Entertainment.
Ahead of its world premiere at the Telluride Film festival, Oscar winner Benicio Del Toro has joined Paddy Breathnach's new film Viva as Executive Producer.