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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

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30 IFTA NOMINATIONS FOR ELEMENT PICTURES AND ELEMENT DISTRIBUTION

Element Pictures and Element Distribution have received an impressive 30 nominations in the upcoming Irish Film and Television Awards. 

Paddy Breathnach’s ROSIE has been nominated for 9 awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress in a Lead Role and Script.  Nick Rowland’s critically acclaimed CALM WITH HORSES received 5 nominations; with a nomination for Best Film, Barry Keoghan nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role Niamh Algar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

Element Pictures’ directors Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney commented “we are delighted with the announcement of 30 nominations for our films and television production. We are also incredibly proud of the nominations for the titles we have acquired through Element Distribution. It has been a fantastic couple of years for Irish film and television, and we are thrilled that these titles are getting a chance to be celebrated. We wish everyone the best of luck at this year’s ceremony!”

Other IFTA nominations for Element Distribution include Dave Tynan’s DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL, receiving 2 nominations with Seána Kerslake and Ian Lloyd Anderson receiving nominations for Actress and Actor in Supporting roles; Shelly Love’s A BUMP ALONG THE WAY which was nominated for 2 awards- Best Film and Bronagh Gallagher for the category for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Andy and Ryan Tohill’s THE DIG received 4 nominations, including Best Film and Moe Dunford receiving a nomination for Best Actor. Maurice Sweeney’s I, DOLOURS received a nomination for the George Morrison Feature Documentary award.

Element Pictures also received 4 nominations in IFTA’s Drama categories for their television production DUBLIN MURDERS, including Sarah Greene receiving a nomination for Best Actress in a Lead Role. Other Element productions that received IFTA nominations are THE LITTLE STRANGER for Sound and Original Music & THE FAVOURITE for VFX.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY NOW AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY the “hilariously funny movie with maximum feel good factor” starring Bronagh Gallagher and Lola Petticrew is now available on demand in Ireland and the UK.  Viewers can stream or download-to-own this award-winning “wee gem” from a host of major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Sky Store, Virgin Media Ireland and Volta

At school, Connell (Paul Mescal) and Marianne (Daisy Edgar-Jones) pretend not to know each other. But when Connell collects his mother from her job at Marianne’s house, a strange, indelible connection grows, one they’re determined to conceal. Later, they’re both studying at Trinity College, where Marianne is popular and Connell shyer, more uncertain. During their time, they circle one another, straying toward other people but always magnetically drawn back together.

Ex-boxer Douglas ‘Arm’ Armstrong (Cosmo Jarvis) is the faithful and violent right-hand-man to the drug-dealing Devers clan, ready to dole out beatings at the whim of his best friend, and the family’s unpredictable protégé, Dympna (Barry Keoghan). Arm’s struggle to find his place in the world has consequences on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ursula (Niamh Algar) as she strives to find a better life for herself and their young son Jack.

A BUMP ALONG THE WAY tells the story of fun-loving, 44-year-old single mum Pamela (Bronagh Gallagher) who becomes pregnant following a boozy one-night-stand with a man half her age, much to the shame of her buttoned-up teenage daughter Allegra (Lola Petticrew). As Pamela deals with her unexpected pregnancy and the growing pains of the disgruntled Allegra, the challenges they both face ultimately bring mother and daughter to a better understanding of themselves and each other.

Autumn 2020