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Ed Guiney - Producer/Company Director
Element Pictures
21 Mespil Road, Dublin 4
+353 1 618 5032
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www.elementpictures.ie

Ed Guiney runs film and television drama production company Element Pictures with partner Andrew Lowe. Element have offices in Dublin and London and they established the Irish film distribution company, Element Pictures Distribution.In 2007 Ed produced Garage the follow up film to the award winning Adam & Paul, from the same team of writer Mark O'Halloran and director Lenny Abrahamson, and starring Pat Shortt, which was selected for the prestigious Director’s Fortnight at Cannes Film Festival and won the CICAE Art and Essai award. The film also won the awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Script and Best Actor at the 2008 Irish Film and Television Awards.

In 2007 he also produced Death of a President for Channel 4, written and directed by Gabriel Range, which won the International Critics Fipresci Prize at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival.

In 2006 Element Pictures co-produced The Wind That Shakes the Barley, directed by Ken Loach, which won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and has become one of the most successful independent films ever released in Ireland.

Recent Element Pictures productions include Darren Thornton’s acclaimed A Date for Mad Mary, Lenny Abrahamson’s Golden Globe and Oscar winning Room and Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster, winner of the Jury Prize in Cannes and recently nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and Yorgos’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell, winner of Best Screenplay at the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival . Currently in production are Lanthimos’ The Favourite, starring Emma Stone, Olivia Colman & Rachel Weisz; while currently in post-production is Sebastián Lelio’s Disobedience, starring Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz. Element Pictures TV productions include the hit TV3 show Red Rock and the recent Charlie and Rebellion for RTE. Element Pictures Distribution also handles StudioCanal’s slate and the Royal Opera House live cinema season in Ireland as well as direct acquisitions. Element Pictures operates an online video on demand platform, Volta.ie and also runs and operates the Light House Cinema, one of Dublin’s premiere art house cinemas.


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Filmography
 Film Name  Director  Year
-  The Little Stranger  Lenny Abrahamson  2018
-  The Favourite  Yorgos Lanthimos  2018
-  The Killing of a Sacred Deer  Yorgos Lanthimos  2017
-  Ripper Street S05    2016
-  The Gee Gees    2016
-  Room  Lenny Abrahamson  2015
-  The Lobster  Giorgos Lanthimos  2015
-  A Date for Mad Mary  Darren Thornton  2015
-  Red Rock  Matt Carter  2015
-  Frank  Lenny Abrahamson  2014
-  Quirke  John Alexander  2013
-  Into The Darkness  Lenny Abrahamson  2013
-  What Richard Did  Lenny Abrahamson  2012
-  The Guard  John Michael McDonagh  2011
-  Five Minutes of Heaven  Oliver Hirschbiegel  2009
-  Little White Lie  Nicholas Renton  2008
-  Bittersweet  Declan Eames  2008
-  Little White Lie  Nicholas Renton  2008
-  Zonad  John Carney  2008
-  Garage  Lenny Abrahamson  2007
-  Prosperity  Lenny Abrahamson  2007
-  Isolation  Billy O’Brien  2006
-  Lassie  Charles Sturridge  2006
-  Bachelors Walk Christmas Special  John Carney  2006
-  The Leagues of Gentlemen's Apocalyse  Steve Bendelack  2005
-  Pure Mule  Declan Recks  2005
-  Boy Eats Girl  Stephen Bradley  2005
-  Adam & Paul  Lenny Abrahamson  2004
-  Omagh  Pete Travis  2004
-  Bachelors Walk - Series 2  John Carney  2003
-  The Magdalene Sisters  Peter Mullan  2002
-  Bachelors Walk - Series 1  John Carney  2001
-  Disco Pigs  Kirsten Sheridan  2000
-  The Case of Majella McGinty  Kirsten Sheridan  1999
-  Sweety Barrett  Stephen Bradley  1998
-  Barry Murphy's Cat Laughs  Stephen Bradley  1996
-  Barabbas  Stephen Bradley  1996
-  Guiltrip  Gerard Stembridge  1995
-  Reaper  Stephen Bradley  1994
-  Ailsa  Paddy Breathnach  1994
-  Public Toilet  Stephen Rennicks  1992
-  3 Joes  Leonard Abrahamson  1991
-  Neverhome  Lenny Abrahamson  
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Related News Articles
12 Dec 2018 Element Pictures' The Favourite Nominated for Three SAG Awards
12 Dec 2018 Starz Acquires New BBC Detective Series 'Dublin Murders'
11 Dec 2018 The Favourite Receives Oscar Boost with 14 Critics' Choice Awards Nominations
10 Dec 2018 IFTA Announces Strategic 5-year Development Plan (2019 – 2023)
06 Dec 2018 Element Pictures' 'The Favourite' Receives Five Golden Globe Nominations
05 Dec 2018 Galway City's Pálás Cinema Receives World Architecture Award
03 Dec 2018 'The Favourite' Wins 10 Awards at BIFA
29 Nov 2018 Creative Media Europe Announce Free Screening of 'The Favourite'
26 Nov 2018 Element Pictures' 'The Favourite' Enjoys Successful US Opening Weekend
15 Nov 2018 Robbie Ryan Wins Cinematography Award at the British Independent Film Awards 2018

 



 
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