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One of our most eagerly anticipated Irish releases this year, homegrown horror The Hole in the Ground has a new trailer out now that’s sure to leave your skin crawling, as Séana Kerslake surveys her son who’s come back from a mysterious hole out in the woods not quite right. The stylishly modern trailer combines some creepy imagery, old people smacking their heads off of windows, bodies flying, the ominous sight of the hole itself, set to a suitably scary version of the old classic of Irish infanticide, Weila Weila Walya. The film, premiering over at Sundance soon, will be out on Irish screens this spring. Check out the trailer after the jump.

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New Irish horror film The Hole in the Ground, directed by Lee Cronin will have its World Premiere at the renowned Sundance Film Festival this January, ahead of its Irish cinema release in early 2019.

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Irish feature documentaries, Frankie Fenton’s It’s Not Yet Dark, and Neasa Ní Chianáin and David Rane’s In Loco Parentis have been selected to screen at the prestigious 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Both documentaries are funded by Bord Scannan na hEireann/the Irish Film Board and will compete in the World Cinema Documentary Competition, a category for which 12 films are shortlisted. For one-sixth of the films in this competitive category to be Irish stories speaks to the current quality of documentary making in Ireland.

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