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Film & TV Production in Ireland: A Busy Year so far...
02 Aug 2013 : By Kevin Cronin
'Love/Hate' and 'Vikings' among the 2013 production highlights.
Film and TV production in Ireland has continued to thrive in 2013, as Ireland maintains its status as a high quality filming location for home-grown and international productions through a combination of section 481 tax incentives, world-class facilities and stunning locations that no amount of green screen CGI can replicate.

As we enter the month of August, IFTN presents an overview of some of the production highlights so far this year - from the violent gangland drama of ‘Love/Hate’ and the savage battles of ‘Vikings’ to Cecelia Ahern’s romantic comedy ‘Love, Rosie’ and Ken Loach’s period drama ‘Jimmy’s Hall’.

These productions show that Ireland continues to punch above its weight on the international stage, with all signs indicating that the industry will remain strong into the foreseeable future…

Love/Hate
Stuart Carolan’s IFTA-winning gangland drama has rewritten the rule book on what RTE drama is capable of and delivered an Irish equivalent of ‘The Wire’ that is now enjoying ratings success on Channel 5 in the UK. With filming now complete on season 4, Irish fans have a lot left to look forward to.

‘Love/Hate' Back With Fourth Season

'Love/Hate’ Premieres in UK on Channel 5 from 24th July

Vikings
Although it has yet to air on this side of the Atlantic, Octagon Films’ ‘Vikings’ broke ratings records on the History Channel when it made its debut in the US and is currently midway through production on season 2 in Ashford Studios, Wicklow.

‘Vikings’ Casting in Wicklow and Dublin

‘Vikings’ Renewed for Season 2 on History Channel

Miss Julie
Colin Farrell teamed up with Oscar-nominee Jessica Chastain to star in this adaptation of a Swedish play in Castle Coole in Fermanagh, about the forbidden love between an aristocrat’s daughter and her father’s servant class valet.

Colin Farrell and Jessica Chastain in Ireland to film ‘Miss Julie’

Ripper Street
Dublin’s Clancy Barracks again doubles for London police headquarters as production continues on the second season of the BAFTA-nominated BBC series, which will wrap shooting on 31st August.

‘Ripper Street’ Adds ‘Love/Hate’ and 'Jump' Actors

'Ripper Street' Filming Moves to Natural History Museum, Dublin

Frank
Lenny Abrahamson’s follow-up to ‘What Richard Did’ filmed in Dublin and Wicklow locations, stars Michael Fassbender and Maggie Gyllenhall, in an offbeat comedy in which Fassbender’s face is obscured inside a giant head.

‘Frank’ Spends €5m In Irish Economy

Get Up & Go
‘Love/Hate’ actors Killian Scott and Peter Coonan reunited for the big screen for Fastnet Films’ tale of friends forced to confront the reality of lives and friendships which have gone unchallenged and unchanged since their teenage years.

‘Get Up and Go’ starring Love/Hate’s Peter Coonan and Killian Scott, Wraps Dublin Shoot

Moonfleet
Ray Winstone headlined this Sky One family adventure about sea-faring smugglers which concluded principal photography in July, following a shoot in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow.

'Moonfleet', starring Ray Winstone, Wraps Irish Shoot this Sat 20th July.

Jimmy’s Hall
Ken Loach’s new film, supported by the Irish Film Board, focuses on Jim Gralton, the only Irishman ever to be deported by the Irish Government, set 10 years after ‘The Wind that Shakes the Barley’.

Ken Loach to film ‘Jimmy’s Hall’ in Leitrim this summer

Love, Rosie
Cecelia Ahern’s ‘Love, Rosie’, starring Lily Collins and Sam Claflin, reached the end of principal photography in Dublin and Wicklow in the first week of July.

‘Love, Rosie’ to Wrap Filming in Dublin & Wicklow in July

Cecelia Ahern’s ‘Love, Rosie’ to shoot in Dublin from May to July

Romantic Road
Cecelia Ahern’s ‘Romantic Road’, a double-bill of TV movies for Germany’s ZDF channel, wrapped shooting in Kilkenny and Dublin in mid-May.

Cecelia Ahern’s ‘Romantic Road’ to Finish Shoot in Kilkenny this Weekend

Moone Boy
Chris O’Dowd is directing season 3 of 'Moone Boy' himself – once again in Boyle, Co. Roscommon – before season two makes it bow on Sky One this autumn.

'Moone Boy' Season 3 Starts Shooting Mon 22nd July

Game of Thrones
HBO’s epic fantasy series based on the books by George R.R. Martin, has begun filming on season 4 – with Northern Ireland locations including Paint Hall Studios in Belfast, the Linen Mill Film and TV Studio, Shane’s Castle Estate and Redhall Estate in Antrim, Audley’s castle tower in Down and Tollymore Forest.

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 4 Enters Production in Northern Ireland

Jack Taylor
‘Jack Taylor: Shot Down’ , the season one finale of TV3’s adaptation of the murder mystery novels by Ken Bruen, wrapped filming on 28th June in Wicklow - the setting for that particular episode. Rest assured that production will return to Galway for the new season.

‘Jack Taylor: Shot Down’ Filming Until 28th June

Bollywood in Ireland
Indian Film producers, hoping to repeat the success of Dublin-shot Bollywood blockbuster ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, have been location scouting in Ireland, on a trip organised by the Irish Film Board and Tourism Ireland.

Indian Film Producers Scouting for Film Locations in Ireland

Bollywood Blockbuster 'One Nenokkadine' to Shoot in Ireland

The Fall
‘X-Files’ star Gillian Anderson on the trail of a Belfast serial killer in ‘The Fall’ proved a massive ratings success for the BBC, prompting the early decision to green-light a second series.

‘The Fall’ Renewed for Second Series to Film in Belfast


BREAKING NEWS
New Belfast-Set Comedy Series ‘My Left Nut’ to Debut on BBC Three
Irish Western Never Grow Old Releases in Irish Cinemas this Friday, August 23rd
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Dead Still, Headcases and Dublin Murders Lead the Way for RTÉ's New Season

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