ABOUT US

With over twenty years of experience in film and television production METROPOLITAN FILMS is an Irish based production company which develops, produces and provides production services to international film and television projects that locate in Ireland, most recently Ridley Scott’s The Last Duel, starring Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Jodie Comer. Metropolitan is currently working with Disney as the Irish co-production partners on Disenchanted, being shot entirely in Ireland.

Since 2015, Metropolitan Films has operated as a qualifying Irish Producer Company under the aegis of the new corporation film tax incentive. Projects it has been commissioned to produce since then include Vikings 4, 5 and 6 for MGM, Penny Dreadful 3 for Showtime, Greta, directed by Neil Jordan for Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Universal, Tomato Red for Indican and Take 5, Into The Badlands 2 and 3 for AMC, and Valhalla for MGM and Netflix.

Through its sister company Metropolitan Film Productions Ltd, the Metropolitan team has also developed and produced many of its own in-house  projects over the years including: Love Hate 1 to 5The Borgias 1 to 3starring Jeremy Irons; Ondine, with Colin Farrell; As If I Am Not There, Clean Break, Inside I’m Dancing and the Oscar nominated The Door.

International co-productions include Calvarystarring Brendan Gleeson, Dorothy MillsMy Boy Jack and The Tudors 1 to 4

In addition to Disenchanted current Metropolitan Films international co-productions include: Moonhaven for AMC; Harry Wild, an eight part drama series starring Jane Seymour in the title role, for Dynamic Television, Acorn Media, RTÉ and ZDF; Redemption, a six-part drama series for ITV Studios, Virgin Media Television and Screen Ireland, supported by the BAI Sound & Vision Fund; and Kin, a co-production currently in post-production for BRON Studios, Screen Ireland & RTÉ and  recently acquired by AMC for airing on its international streaming platform in late 2021.

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Kin Season 2 renewed at AMC+ due to popular demand

Coming off the back of the highly successful first season of Kin, AMC+ has recommissioned the critically acclaimed Dublin based crime drama written by Peter McKenna for a second season.