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We Were the Lucky Ones in Vanity Fair

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Neasa’s new drama for Hulu is listed by Vanity Fair as one of the top 24 shows to look out for in 2024. We Were The Lucky Ones is a limited series based on the true story of one family’s dauntless hope and resilience during World War 2.

Hit & Run hits Number 1

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Neasa’s international spy thriller has hit Number 1 in Netflix’s viewing charts across the US and the UK. The drama takes place in New York and Tel Aviv, and stars Lior Raz with Sanaa Lathan. It was written by Fauda team Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff, and The Killing team Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin.

Sea Fever at the Festivals

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Sea Fever has won the Vitruvian Award for Best Feature Film at the Da Vinci International Film Festival 2o2o, and has been nominated for the Best Motion Picture Award at the Sitges Inernational Film Festival 2020.

Sea Fever opens in cinemas

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Sea Fever opens in theatres and on VoD across the US April 10th 2020.  The film is distributed by Dust, the sci-fi imprint of Gunpowder & Sky. Tickets available here

Sea Fever is a sci-fi thriller. The story sees solitary marine biology student Siobhán endure a week on a ragged fishing trawler, where she’s miserably at odds with the close-knit crew. But out in the deep Atlantic, the boat encounters an unfathomable life form. When members of the crew start succumbing to a strange infection, Siobhán must overcome her alienation and win the crew’s trust, before everyone is lost. A story of taking responsibility for ourselves, for eachother and for our world, the film sold out several times over and received glowing reviews at its festival début.

Sea Fever opens Discovery strand at the Toronto International Film Festival

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Neasa’s new sci-fi thriller Sea Fever opened the Discovery strand at TIFF 2019.

The film sees solitary marine biology student Siobhán endure a week on a ragged fishing trawler, where she’s miserably at odds with the close-knit crew. But out in the deep Atlantic, the boat encounters an unfathomable life form. When members of the crew start succumbing to a strange infection, Siobhán must overcome her alienation and win the crew’s trust, before everyone is lost. A story of taking responsibility for ourselves, for eachother and for our world, the film sold out several times over and received glowing reviews at its festival début. It continues to screen at numerous subsequent festivals worldwide.

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