Hotly-tipped new Irish film is put on ice due to Covid crisis
An Irish film that has generated some Oscar buzz may have its scheduled release postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak
The release of one of the most hotly-tipped Irish films of the year is set to be delayed because of the Covid-19 outbreak
The film Herself, starring Clare Dunne, a rising Irish actor, premiered at the Sundance film festival earlier this year to ecstatic reviews, with Phyllida Lloyd, its director, tipped by Variety magazine as an Oscar contender for best director.
“There had been considerable Oscar buzz about it,” Ed Guiney of Element Pictures said....
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