IFC Films have acquired the North American rights to Nick Hamm’s new Northern Irish drama The Journey, starring Colm Meaney and Timothy Spall.
Gary Shore will direct a new thriller Red River, written by Ronan Blaney and backed by Northern Ireland Screen. Shooting in Northern Ireland later this year
Colm Meaney and Timothy Spall are set to attend tomorrow night’s Irish/UK premiere of The Journey in Belfast ahead of the film’s release on Friday 5th May.
Channel 4 has commissioned DoubleBand Films to explore the changing face of Northern Ireland and its depiction on screen, as told by filmmaker Mark Cousins.
Directors Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell's and Belfast-based Fine Point Films' latest documentary, Gaza, enjoys world premiere at Sundance Film Festival.
The filmmakers behind Gaza, the documentary directed by Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell, have launched an appeal to restore a film festival in Gaza.
NI Screen and RTÉ launch four brand new 20 minute dramas from Storyland 2017 on RTÉ Player: Leave to Remain, On the Hemline, Cry Rosa and A Sign of Things.
Film Hub NI, in partnership with Belfast Film Festival, are supporting a regional tour of locally produced thriller Bad Day for the Cut, by Chris Baugh
US distributor IFC Films has released a new trailer for Nick Hamm’s new Northern Irish drama The Journey, starring Timothy Spall and Colm Meaney.
Northern Ireland Screen’s Irish Language Broadcast Fund is seeking applications from fluent Irish speakers for the ILBF New Entrant Scheme.