About Subotica | Key Players | In Development
Operating since 1998, Subotica’s credits include the multi award winning feature films Night Train, (John Lynch, 1999), On The Nose (David Caffrey, 2000), Song for a Raggy Boy (Aisling Walsh, 2003) and Small Engine Repair (Niall Heery, 2006).
In 2007/2008 Subotica completed three features - a psychological horror called The Daisy Chain (Aisling Walsh, 2007), starring Samantha Morton and Steven Mackintosh; a romantic drama called Love and Savagery (John Smith, 2007) starring Sarah Greene and Allan Hawco and a tragic love story set in Spain, The Hanged Man (Manuel Gomez Pereira, 2010). Most recently Subotica produced La Mula (Michael Radford 2010) a period drama set in Spain, and Perfect Sense (David Mackenzie, 2010), a romantic drama starring Ewan McGregor and Eva Green.
Subotica’s TV repertoire includes the eight-part TV Drama Random Passage (John Smith, 2001) and the RTE TV documentary series on The Abbey Theatre (2004). They produced 4-hour TV drama Proof (Ciaran Donnelly, 2004) which screened to excellent ratings at home and was sold on to BBC, and ABC in Australia. They were recommissioned by RTE to produce a second series of Proof (Thaddeus O’Sullivan, 2005). Damage (Aisling Walsh, 2007) is a two hour TV drama for RTE starring Natalie Press and Olivia Williams, which also screened to excellent ratings and critical acclaim.
Subotica acts as co producer/ financier on incoming productions into Ireland providing up to 28% of the eligible film or TV budget through the Section 481 tax scheme. It can also access further finance via broadcast licenses, post production deals and the Irish Film Board.