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ITV’s ‘The Ice Cream Girls’ To Enter Post-Production In Dublin
21 Sep 2012 : By Eva Hall
Martin Compston, Lorraine Burroughs and Jodhi May are all filming 'The Ice Cream Girls' in Dublin
ITV series ‘The Ice Cream Girls’ will move into post-production at Dublin post house Screen Scene after its six-week shoot comes to an end early next month.

Screen Scene will carry out full post on the three-part series which has been filming in Ireland since August. Úna Ní Dhonghaíle, a freelance editor, will cut for Screen Scene with Martin Fanning assisting. Additional team members are yet to be announced.

Ní Dhonghaíle previously worked on BBC series ‘Ripper Street’, which Screen Scene and Egg Post Production both worked on. She was nominated for an IFTA this year for her work on BBC cult series ‘Doctor Who’.

'The Ice Cream Girls', based on the international best-selling novel by Dorothey Koomson, tells the story of Serena Gorringe and Poppy Carlisle, who were accused of murdering their school teacher in 1995. After one of them serves time in prison for the crime and the other marries a GP and settles into family life, both women reunite after 17 years.

Lorraine Burroughs (Spooks), Jodhi May (The Scapegoat) and Martin Compston (Line of Duty) all star. Irish actor Owen Row (Titanic: Blood and Steel) joined the cast this month.

Left Bank Pictures is producing for ITV with Dublin’s Octagon Films. Dan Zeff (Case Histories) is directing from a script by Kate Brooke (Secret Smile).

Irish crew on set includes camera operator John Conroy (Dark Touch); line producer Mary McCarthy (Six Shooter) and production designer David Wilson (Earthbound).

The series has been filming in Bray, Co Wicklow since August 27, with the shoot expected to wrap the first week in October. It is expected to hit ITV screens in 2013.

Screen Scene is also currently working on VFX on Ruairí Robinson’s ‘Last Days on Mars’, and recently completed post on BBC period drama ‘Loving Miss Hatto’. See Screen Scene’s profile on IFTN.



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