Despite country's economic travails, Ireland's hospitality to co-prods and a widening pool of talent make film sector its great bright hope
Separated by sea and history from the rest of the U.K., Northern Ireland feels far removed from the hustle and bustle of media-savvy London.
Paul Rudd's not Irish. "My connection to Ireland is more on the Oliver Cromwell side," he jokes.
Flynn, 45, is one of Ireland's most can-do producers.