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New Comedy Coming To RTE

RTE are bringing over 60 new shows and series to the two channels this season. We will also see the return of some of our favorite shows including  Striking Out (starring Amy Huberman and Neil Morrissey) and Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope by Stefanie Preissner with new seasons. Other comedies you can …

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Comedy Movie: Fun Mom Dinner

Four women whose only common ground is their kids’ preschool class, decide to get together for a harmless dinner. The night begins as a disaster, but the combination of alcohol, karaoke, and a cute bartender leads to an unforgettable night where these seemingly different women realise they have more in common …

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Channing Tatum Dubs Russian Propaganda

Channing Tatum and  Joseph Gordon-Levitt  lend their voices to this new Amazon Prime TV show.  In the thick of 1980’s Cold War hysteria, the Romanian government created the country’s most popular and longest-running series, Comrade Detective, a sleek and gritty police show that not only entertained its citizens but also …

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New Dark Comedy SMILF

Two years ago Frankie Shaw created a 9-minute short film based on her life.  The short about a young single mother was honest and funny. It won Short Film Jury Prize: US Fiction at the Sundance Film Festival. You may recognise some of Frankie Shaw’s impressive work such as Blue Mountain State and …

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The Death Of Stalin: A Comedy

The Death Of Stalin comes from Emmy award-winning and Oscar-nominated writer/director Armando Iannucci. It looks at the internal political landscape of 1950’s Soviet Russia in a darkly comical way. The days after Stalin’s collapse their was one common trait between all his people; They were all just desperately trying to remain alive. In …

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The Middle Finger At Light House Cinema For One Night

Dublin man Séamus Hanly has really out done himself with this one. The Middle Finger tells the story of Dennis (Hanly), a lonely and frustrated teenager who is reluctantly transformed into a superhero. Embedded with the symbol of a hand showing its middle finger, Dennis must awkwardly endure his training and save his world from …

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