Make sure to catch the first episode of our hotly anticipated new series Finding Joy on RTÉ One, this Wednesday October 10th at 9:35pm. Finding Joy is written by , and stars, Amy Huberman as Joy, alongside Aisling Bea, Lochlann Ó Mearáin, Hannah James-Scott, Jenny Rainsford, and Paul Reid.
Joy is perfectly happy with her life. It’s neat and tidy and just how she likes it. Sure, her long-term boyfriend, Aidan, has left her, but Joy is fine with it. She’s certainly not suffering from heartbreak and stress-induced incontinence like canine Aidan. Things are totally fine the way they are… That is until Joy unwittingly lands herself a new job filling in for Ireland’s most-beloved vlogger, Flora the Happy Hunter. This unwanted promotion throws Joy firmly out of her OCD level of control and forces her to deal with a world she has put great effort into avoiding; one full of oversharing, boundary breaking, messy housemates, one-night stands, and full-contact wrestling; all in the name of learning about the crazy, uncomfortable and new-age methods people use to find… well joy.
Catch Hugh O’Conor’s directorial debut stateside at the members-only gala screening of Metal Heart on Friday 26th October!
Tryst is to be written and directed by Jeda De Brí and produced by Claire McCaughley (Metal Heart) for Treasure Entertainment.
John Butler's third feature, Papi Chulo, has been selected for Special Presentation at TIFF 2018. Starring Matt Bomer and Alejandro Patiño, Papi Chulo will premiere in Toronto this September in the prestigious category, and was unveiled in the first round of titles unveiled for this year's festival.
Rolling rolling... We are so excited to announce that production has officially begun on Finding Joy! The six-part series stars Amy Huberman, Aisling Bea, Laura Whitmore, Lochlann O’Mearain, Jennifer Rainsford, Catherine Walker, Paul Reid, Hannah James Scott and Mark Doherty!
Finding Joy follows a single woman named Joy (Huberman) as she navigates a painful breakup and looks for happiness in all of the wrong places.
The Writers Guild of Ireland's annual awards, which recognise the best scripts written by Irish playwrights and screenwriters during the previous year, are coming up soon and our very own John Butler has been nominated for his amazing work on Handsome Devil! We are so very proud!