The Emerald Isle is about to dispense more green. In 2015, the location for "Penny Dreadful" will boost its cash rebate from 28% to 32% in order to attract an even greater number of international…
Ken Loach has taken a despicable episode of modern Irish history and made a surprisingly lovely, heartfelt film from it with "Jimmy's Hall."
The Canal Director: Ivan Kavanagh Production company: Park Films Cast: Rupert Evans, Antonia Campbell Hughes, Hannah Hoekstra Logline: Thriller that relates the sinister history of a home where a…
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CANNES - "Calvary," "Byzantium" and "Philomena" were the biggest winners at the Irish Film and Television Awards in Dublin, with each film taking three awards. Guests at the event, which was hosted…
Shooting is under way on the second season of History's "Vikings," the latest historical blockbuster from veteran Irish co-producer Morgan O'Sullivan.
Since his eye-catching debut with "Adam and Paul" in 2004, Lenny Abrahamson has been tipped as the most likely Irish director to follow Neil Jordan and Jim Sheridan onto the international A-list.
As a garrulous and gregarious people from a small country that uses both the English language and the euro, the Irish have a natural talent for co-production.
Netflix will bring Walter White's final hours to Blighty and the Emerald Isle a day after airing on TV in the States. Internet streamer cut pact with Sony Pictures Television to make the second half…
LONDON — ESPN has sold its U.K. and Ireland TV channels business to telecom giant British Telecom in a deal understood to be worth in the "low-to-mid tens of millions" of dollars. BT will continue to…
The value of Ireland's tax relief for investment in films is set to increase from 28% to 32% in 2015, Ireland's minister for arts Jimmy Deenihan confirmed Friday.