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Silver Rock Studios, exclusive to Parkland, provides EUR25m in production funds for the newly-merged UK-Ireland outfit.

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The consolidated Parkland will finance, produce, and release four to six movies a year, and continue to acquire UK and international rights to third-party films. The sister companies have handled films such as the Galway Film Fleadh’s

Tarrac which Parkland Entertainment is releasing in the UK and Ireland December 8.

Silver Rock Studios is also set to construct a film and television studio complex in County Tipperary, Ireland.

Parkland is headed by CEO and producer John Cairns, director of acquisitions and distribution Tom Stewart, and director of sales Andrew Brown. Cairns also owns and directs Parkland Film Capital. Cairns said that the creation of a Parkland one-stop shop has been a goal for a long time. “I am delighted to be partnering with Silver Rock Studios,” he added. “Our relationship will allow us to solidify the all-important finance and production base needed to produce, sell and distribute an exciting slate of projects.’Andy Egan, founder and president of Silver Rock Studios, added: “John and the team at Parkland are the ideal partners for Silver Rock Studios in this ambitious venture. Their collective experience, in particular John, Tom and Andrew’s insight into production, sales and distribution, will enable us to maximise our production fund initiatives and bring a new programme of high-quality film and television projects to our studios in Ireland.”

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