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NORTHERN IRELAND IN BERLIN Northern Ireland Screen is pleased to present new Northern Ireland film-makers to the market


Independent TV and film production company founded in 2009 by writer/director John McIlduff and composer Brian Irvine. Contact: Cathie McKimm +44 7874 023528 cathie@dumbworld.co.uk


BEHOLD THE LAMB Feature film/black comedy drama Funders: Northern Ireland Screen Ultra Low Budget Feature Fund, Channel 4 Status: in post-production Eddie (Nigel O’Neil) and Liz (Aoife Duffin) travel through bible belt mid-Ulster to pick up a ‘drug mule’ that turns out to be a lamb. Writer/Director: John McIlduff Producer: Kevin Jackson


THE BOOKSELLER OF BELFAST Documentary Funders: Northern Ireland Screen, Zeugma Productions (France), Vosges Television Images Plus Status: in pre-production A portrait of a city through the eyes of a retired bookseller living in a small North Belfast terraced house, with 4,000 rescued volumes. Writer/Director: Alessandra Celesia Producer: Cathie McKimm


Award-winning production company of Oscar® qualifying shorts, now developing a slate of feature films telling indigenous stories for an international audience. Contact: David Cooke +44 7866 649577 info@foundryfilms.co.uk


NATURAL POISON Feature film/black comedy thriller Status: in development A man accused of rape kidnaps his accuser. As his wife gives birth and the accuser escapes, things descend into a dark and bloody farce… Writer/Director: N G Bristow Producer: David Cooke


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NORTHERN IRELAND Feature film/black comedy Funders: development funding from Northern Ireland Screen Status: in development The new Northern Ireland: a post-conflict curiosity. Intrepid tourist guide Charlie Carter is happy to re- package the bombs and bullets for innocent visitors, but can his own life be so easily re-invented? Writer/Director: David Cooke


Specialises in the development and production of action-packed thrillers that capture the imagination and bring a fresh voice to a tried and tested commercial genre. Contact: Michael McCartney +44 7887 827008 m.mccartney@hotmail.co.uk


STERILE Feature film/psychological thriller Budget: $20m–$30m Status: script for sale Joe and Linda Bachman crave a child. But a lovesick sociopath at the IVF clinic they attend seizes the opportunity to make his own dark dreams come true. Writers: John Cairns & Michael McCartney Producer: Michael Kelly


TEENAGE KICKS Feature film/teen thriller Budget: £1.5m Funders: Northern Ireland Screen Status: in development A group of teenagers gather in an isolated building for a party. In an argument that gets out of control, one of them is killed. The friends turn on each other and the body count starts to rise. Will anybody survive this deadly game of cat and mouse? Writers: John Cairns & Spencer Wright Producer: Michael Kelly


Established in 2010, Out of Orbit has just completed production of their Northern Ireland/Japanese short film YUKI. In 2011, they will be commencing the pre-production of their first feature film TITAN. Contact: Brian J. Falconer +44 7845 652646 brianjamesfalconer@hotmail.co.uk


YUKI Short film/drama Funders: Northern Ireland Screen, Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation Status: completed Yuki’s world has changed. With no medical diagnosis for her mother’s mysterious illness, Yuki (Haruka Abe) knows it is time to face her own demons if she has any chance of saving her mother. Writer/Director: Jonathan Beer Producer: Brian J. Falconer Editor: Jim Munro


TITAN Feature film/sci-fi Status: in development Yamamoto, the Captain of exploration vessel Zarathustra, prepares his two biologically perfect astronauts for a landing mission on Titan, Saturn’s largest moon. Writer/Director: Jonathan Beer Producer: Brian J. Falconer


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