“Normal People” was the big winner of the evening after racking up a total of nine awards, including for Best Drama. Paul Mescal scooped up the Best Actor in a Lead Role – Drama while Lenny Abrahamson won for Best Director – Drama.
The Academy Award-nominated animated feature “Wolfwalkers,” from Kilkenny-based studio Cartoon Saloon, has won Best Film at the Irish Film and Television Awards this evening.
WATCH: KURUPT FM BECOME ANTI-PIRACY SPOKESPEOPLE IN NEW TRAILER FOR PEOPLE JUST DO NOTHING: BIG IN JAPAN
In the exclusive trailer, showing in cinemas from July 23rd, the Kurupt FM crew take a stand against illegal piracy in the film in the film industry. Speaking straight to the camera telling viewers “get yourself down to the cinema guys, yeah, don’t be a cheap arse skate”.
Moments Worth Paying For trailer will show in
cinemas from the 23rd July, 2021.
The Cannes Film Festival launches this week in sweltering July beach weather with a formidable roster of auteurs, Spike Lee as the jury president, soon-to-be-unveiled couture and face masks. For the first time since World War II, Cannes was canceled last year, due to COVID-19.
For Cannes — a gathering that draws filmmakers and journalists from all over the world — that has led to new complications for a film festival that’s trying to make a comeback during the COVID era.
After several years' hiatus, the major Hollywood studios of the MPA have obtained a new site-blocking injunction at the High Court in London. Apparently handed down this month, the order compels local ISPs to block several web-based streaming sites using the '123movies' branding.
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Following the withdrawal of the UK from the EU, negotiations for a basic agreement between the two parties resulted in the so-called EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement. The EAO has just released a report entitled Post-Brexit rules for the European Audiovisual Sector.
"Sky is launching a new writing fellowship with Netflix alongside screenwriter Bisha K Ali, to support talent from under-represented communities. The programme is accepting applications, and will give those involved the chance to get writing experience at Netflix or Sky."
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