Castle Coole showcased in new Colin Farrell movie

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Castle Coole, in County Fermanagh is set to be showcased on the big screen as Miss Julie, starring Colin Farrell and Jessica Chastain hits movie houses across the UK from September 4.

Filmed solely at National Trust locations in Fermanagh, the movie is based on August Strindberg’s play, and adapted for screen by Liv Ullmann.

Castle Coole in Co Femanagh

Castle Coole in Co Femanagh

It stars an award winning cast including Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty, Interstellar), Colin Farrell (True Detective, In Bruges) and Samantha Morton (Control, Minority Report).

Miss Julie was filmed in 2013 at the National Trust’s Castle Coole which is widely recognised as one of Ireland’s finest Neo-classical houses. Key landscape scenes were also filmed at Florence Court in Fermanagh with its dramatic backdrops of mountains and forests.

Colin Farrell at Florence Court in Co Fermanagh

Jim Chestnutt, National Trust Manager in Fermanagh said; “It’s great to see our beautiful places showcased on a world stage, and brought to life with some of Hollywood’s biggest names. It was really exciting to welcome the cast and crew to Fermanagh, and the feedback they gave us was that they loved their time here.

“Visitors to Castle Coole in September will be able to see original call sheets, scripts and costumes from the movie – including original dresses worn by Jessica Chastain. Other key props include the original kitchen range which was built for the movie and is still in the basement kitchen. So they can get a real behind the scenes experience.

“Using our places as filming locations is hugely important as it helps us to look after our special places. The income generated through filming means that we can carry out essential conservation work here. I also hope that the movie helps to raise the profile of Fermanagh which can only be beneficial for the local economy.”

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