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Terence Ryan Looks to Set-Up Limerick Film Studio

Producer Terence Ryan wants to bring his latest projects home to Limerick. One of these projects at his Opix Films is a television series based on Terence's 1998 film 'The Brylcreem Boys', which the producer wants to film on location in the west of Ireland county. Starring Billy Campbell, Angus MacFadyen, Jean Butler and Gabriel Byrne, 'The Brylcreem Boys' told the story of Ireland's unusual neutrality agreement during WW2.
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Limerick could be home to new film studio (IrishCentral)

Limerick is being considered as the new location for a film studio according to Irish Producer Terence Ryan. One of Ryan’s latest projects is a television series based on his 1998 film ‘The Brylcreem Boys’ which starred Gabriel Byrne. Ryan told the Irish Film and Television Network (Iftn) that his production company Opex films are considering Limerick as a base for the upcoming project. “We had looked at various large UK studios and at the Paint Hall studio in Belfast. I had met with Eoghan Prendergast of Shannon Development and they were keen to bring the project to the area and Limerick has so much to offer,” he told Iftn. Opix films have secured investment to fit out a studio and are now looking for a suitable space. “It is important for us that we do bring the project to Ireland because we are Irish. We may not have been
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