Lenny Abrahamson will be among the judges for the Hot Press Shoot To Thrill competition, run in association with Carlton Screen Advertising.
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Brian Lloyd checks out What Richard Did, which is now available on DVD and On-Demand.
Element Pictures Distribution have announced the forthcoming Irish DVD and on-demand release of ‘What Richard Did’..
‘Frank’ is a comedy about a young wannabe musician, Jon, who discovers he’s bitten off more than he can chew when he joins a band of eccentric pop musicians led by the mysterious and enigmatic Frank and his terrifying sidekick.
Michael Fassbender and Domhnall Gleeson are attached to star in Lenny Abrahamson’s next project ‘Frank’.
The European Premiere of ‘What Richard Did’ by Lenny Abrahamson to be the Gala Closing Night Screening of IFI20, September’s month-long celebration of 20 years of the IFI in Temple Bar
Lenny Abrahamson’s ‘What Richard Did’ selected to screen at 2012 Toronto International Film Festival
Lenny Abrahamson’s much anticipated film ‘What Richard Did’ will receive its world premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival.
Element Pictures are delighted to announce that Principal Photography begins this week on Lenny Abrahamson’s new film WHAT RICHARD DID.
Volunteer extras are required in September and October for ‘What Richard Did’ the new feature film directed by Lenny Abrahamson (‘Adam and Paul’, ‘Garage’).
Filmbase Training is planning its busiest autumn ever: launching several brand new courses and hosting talks and seminars with industry experts from home and abroad. After building on six years of success as an Apple Training Centre, Filmbase has also recently added several Adobe Certified Courses to their range of professional industry training. The upcoming speakers and tutors include make up artist Terri Pinnell (Portrait of a Zombie), actor Hugh O’Conor (My Left Foot), casting director Thyrza Ging (Savage) and directors Lenny Abrahamson (Adam and Paul) and Sonya Gildea (Bua).
Three guest curators have been announced as part of the Give Me Direction Screenwriting Conference 2010.
Issue 123 carried an article by Kevin Moriarty intended to stimulate some debate on the reasons why Irish films are generally perceived to underperfom at the Irish box office. We are delighted that a number of people, representing a cross-section of the Irish film community have responded.
Lenny Abrahamson’s Garage has been nominated in three categories for an Evening Standard Award matching Frost/Nixon for the most nominations. Lenny Abrahamson is up for Best Director, while Mark O’Halloran is in the running for best Screenplay, and Pat Shortt features in the Best Actor category. Already the recipient of numerous awards, including the CICAE [...]