Lee Cronin chosen as one of Ireland’s brightest new talents

The Irish Times has unveiled it’s ’50 People to watch in 2019′ list, choosing director Lee Cronin for it’s ‘Film’ subcategory. Lee’s debut feature The Hole in the Ground is set to premiere later this month at the Sundance Film Festival and has recently been picked up by A24 for US distribution.

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Sandy Johnson directs the Hold the Sunset Christmas Special

Hold the Sunset, the John Cleese starring comedy series, will air it’s Christmas Special on Sunday 23rd December at 6:20pm on BBC One – directed by Sandy Johnson.

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Not Going Out’s LIVE Christmas Episode

The long running, Lee Mack starring sitcom Not Going Out has its first ever live episode this Christmas. Directed by Nick Wood and produced by Jamie Rix, the episode will broadcast live on Friday December 21st at 9pm on BBC One.

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The Hole in the Ground picked up by A24 and DirecTV

Lee Cronin’s upcoming horror feature The Hole in the Ground has sold North American distribution rights to A24 and DirecTV. The film will see a theatrical release through A24 while receiving a limited pay-per-view window beforehand, through DirecTV.

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Lee Cronin’s debut feature to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival

The Hole in the Ground – the debut horror feature from Irish writer/director Lee Cronin – will have it’s world premiere as part of the Midnight section of Sundance 2019. The festival, which has seen films such as Hereditary, The Babadook and A Ghost Story make their global debuts, runs from January 24th to February 3rd.

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