What to watch after you’ve binged on all your favourite TV Series?

Posted by cinema4z8 on June 11, 2020  /   No Comments

The New York Times recommends… Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope! Seasons 1 & 2 of the acclaimed series are available to watch on Netflix. Join Aisling (Seána Kerslake) & Danielle (Nika McGuigan) on their many (mis) adventures, as they navigate the highs and lows of life, love and friendship in Dublin. Check out the Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope trailer


The Last Right – continues in cinemas across Ireland!

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on December 18, 2019  /   No Comments

We’re delighted that The Last Right continues its cinema run across Ireland, with the following theatres confirmed from this Friday, December 20th… BALLINCOLIG Reel Picture CASTLEBAR Mayo Movie ENNIS Movieplex CORK BLACKPOOL Reel Picture CLONAKILTY The Park Cinema GALWAY Eye COLERAINE Moviehouse YORKGATE Movie House ENNISKILLEN Wharf Cinema OMAGH IMC DUBLIN SANTRY IMC KILKENNY Castlecomer Road   Thanks for all the brilliant responses to the film so far! Please check your local cinema for further screening news and updates. Two brothers and a woman they’ve just met journey across the island of Ireland to bury a stranger. Starring Michiel Huisman (Game of Thrones, Orphan Black, World War Z), Niamh Algar (Raised by Wolves, The …


Deadpan Pictures co-producing Sharon Horgan’s new project, Women on the Verge

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on August 17, 2018  /   No Comments

We’re absolutely delighted to be the Irish co-producers of Sharon Horgan’s new project, Women on the Verge, which was included in RTÉ‘s new season launch yesterday.  You can read all about the new RTÉ season here. And a little more about Women on the Verge here. Stay tuned for updates! 📺🎉💥     Photo credits: RTÉ


Nowhere Fast airs on RTE 2 Monday 13th at 10pm

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on November 13, 2017  /   No Comments

Deadpan Pictures’ comedy ‘Nowhere Fast’ will air on RTE2 tonight at 10pm. The six part comedy drama is the brain child of stand up comedian Alison Spittle and is a comedy about life in small town Ireland as seen from the perspective of the returning millennial. Alison will play our leading lady, Angela.  Starring alongside Spittle are Clare Monnelly (Moone Boy), Genevieve Hulme Beaman (Pondling) as Angela’s best friends Mary and Brid, with Angela’s family being played by a stellar cast including Cathy Belton (Red Rock/Roy) and Mark Doherty (Moone Boy/ A Film with Me in It). The Series is written by Spittle and Simon Mulholland, with additional writing by …


Can’t Cope Won’t Cope (2016)

Living and dying from the weekend in Dublin.. Some say it caused the recession, Coppers getting its own ATM. It’s certainly put a dent in the bank accounts of Aisling O’ Dowd (Seana Kerslake) and Danielle Mullane (Nika McGuigan).   CCWC is a dark comic drama detailing the unravelling of a friendship between two co-dependent young women as the hangover wears off and their lives and priorities begin to radically diverge. Danielle and Aisling get as excited about the ‘euro saver menu’ as their school friends now get about their engagements and mortgage approval. And they both agree that the real walk of shame is when you bring all the mugs and plates that have gathered in your room back down to the kitchen. …


Can’t Cope Won’t Cope Starts Shooting

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on April 20, 2016  /   No Comments

    Stills Photography by Karl Hussey Deadpan Pictures’ comedy drama ‘Can’t Cope Won’t Cope’ has started shooting in Dublin. Starring the magnetic new talent of Seana Kerslake (Dollhouse) and Nika McGuigan (Traders) as our leading ladies, with turns from Amy Huberman (Threesome), Norma Sheahan (Moone Boy) and Eileen Walsh (Catastrophe) the 6-part half-hour series is written by Stefanie Preissner (Solpadeine is my Boyfriend), being produced by Ailish McElmeel (Burning Wishes) and directed by Cathy Brady (Glue for e4). Can’t Cope Won’t Cope follows two Cork girls, Aisling and Danielle, as they navigate Dublin and the perilous waters of adulthood. Fuelled by Vodka and bolstered by a sense of …