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Irish Titles at the European Film Market in Berlin
09 Feb 2017 : Katie McNeice
The EFM kicks off today and runs until February 17th with a range of Irish titles selling and going to market including the recently completed ‘Belly of the Whale’ (Morgan Bush) and the highly anticipated ‘Black ‘47’ (Lance Daly).

The Berlin Film Festival also begins today and runs until February 19th.

A mix of documentary and feature films is seen in the market line-up, with Emer Reynolds’ ‘The Farthest’ from Crossing the Line Productions and Sophie Fiennes’ ’Grace Jones: The Musical of My Life’ from Blinder Films joined by feature projects such as ‘Michael Inside’(Frank Berry) from Subotica.

Irish Films Coming to Market:

  • The Belly of the Whale: Director Morgan Bushe, Production Company Fastnet Films
  • The Drummer and the Keeper: Director Nick Kelly Production Company Calico Pictures
  • Michael Inside: Director Frank Berry Production Company Subotica
  • Outside The Factory: Director Feargal Ward Production Company FSE Films
  • Kissing Candice: Director Aoife McArdle Production Company Venom Film
  • Song of Granite: Director Pat Collins Production Company Marcie Films
  • Aithrí/Penance: Director Tom Collins Production Company De Facto Films
  • The Farthest: Director Emer Reynolds Production Company Crossing the Line Productions
  • Grace Jones: The Musical Of My Life: Director Sophie Fiennes Production Company Blinder Films
  • In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America: Director Maurice Fitzpatrick Production Company Creeney Films
  • Kevin Roche: The Quiet Architect: Director Mark Noonan Production Company Wavelength Pictures
  • The Professor and the Madman: Director Farhad Safinia Production Company Fastnet Films

Irish titles selling at EFM include the 2016 box office hit ‘The Young Offenders’ (Peter Foot) from Vico Films, alongside other upcoming projects such as ‘Handsome Devil’(John Butler) from Treasure Entertainment and ‘The Third Wave’ (David Freyne) from Tilted Pictures.

Irish Films Selling at EFM:

  • Black ’47: Director Lance Daly Production Company Fastnet Films Sales Agent Altitude Film Sales
  • The Lodgers: Director Brian O’Malley Production Company Tailored Films Sales Agent Epic Pictures Group
  • MAZE:  Director Stephen Burke Production Company Mammoth Films Sales Agent Visit Films
  • The Breadwinner: Director Nora Twomey Production Company Cartoon Saloon Sales Agent Westend Films
  • Unless:  Director Alan Gilsenan Production Company Subotica Sales Agent International Film Trust
  • The Third Wave: Director David Freyne Production Company Tilted Pictures Sales Agent Bac Films Distribution
  • The Young Offenders: Director Peter Foott Production Company Vico Films Sales Agent Carnaby International
  • Handsome Devil: Director John Butler Production Company Treasure Entertainment Sales Agent Radiant Films
  • Muse: Director Jaume Balagueró Production Company Fantastic Films Sales Agent Filmax International
  • The Man Who Invented Christmas:  Director Bharat Nalluri Production Company Parallel Films Sales Agent The Solutio
  • The Killing of a Scared Deer:  Director Yorgos Lanthimos Production Company Element Pictures Sales Agent Hanway
  • The Delinquent Season: Director Mark O’Rowe Production Company Parallel Films Sales Agent Protagonist Pictures
  • Elián: Directors Ross McDonnell, Tim Golden Production Company Fine Point Films Sales Agent Content Media
  • Good Favour: Director Rebecca Daly Production Company Savage Productions Sales Agent Visit Films
  • Halal Daddy: Director Conor McDermottroe Production Company Deadpan Pictures Sales Agent Global Screen
  • Mary Shelley: Director Haifaa Al-Mansour Production Company Parallel Films Sales Agent HanWay
  • Moon Dogs: Director Philip John Production Company Ripple World Pictures Sales Agent 7&7

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