‘Harry Potter’ star Daniel Radcliffe will be in Dublin at the end of the month to film scenes for Irish co-production ‘The F Word’.
Zoe Kazan (It’s Complicated) and Rafe Spall (Prometheus) co-star in the feature about two people who meet at a party and are attracted to one another despite the female (Kazan) having a long-term boyfriend (Spall). Despite this, the pair try their best to remain friends hence the ‘F’ of the title.
The romantic comedy is currently in the midst of a six-week shoot in Toronto with the cast and crew set to re-locate to Ireland for three days over September 26-28.
Dublin-based Fastnet Films are the Irish co-producers attached to the feature, which is being directed by Micheal Dowse (Goon).
Macdara Kelleher (The Other Side of Sleep) will produce for Fastnet alongside Canadian producers Sheep Noir Films and No Trace Camping.
The screenplay has been adapted by Elan Mastai (The Samaritan) from the play ‘Cigars and Toothpaste’ by T.J. Dawe and Michael Rinaldi.
‘The F Word’ has received funding from the Irish Film Board.