GenreComedy, Drama Budget5 million USD CountryNorthern Ireland
Release dateAugust 2004 (Edinburgh)
25 March 2005 (2005-03-25) (UK) Based onMojo Mickybo
by Owen McCafferty WriterTerry Loane (screenplay), Owen McCafferty (play) CastJohn Joe McNeill (Mickybo), Niall Wright (Jonjo), Julie Walters (Mickybo's Ma), Ciarán Hinds (Jonjo's Da) Similar moviesJulie Walters and Ciaran Hinds appear in Mickybo and Me and Titanic Town
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Mickybo and Me is a 2004 Northern Irish comedy-drama film written and directed by Terry Loane and based on the stage play Mojo Mickybo by Owen McCafferty. The film was produced by Working Title Films and released by Universal Studios.
Mickybo and Me tells the story of two boys, one Catholic (John Joe McNeill) and one Protestant (Niall Wright), obsessed with the film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. When The Troubles plague Northern Ireland in 1970, the children dream of escaping to Australia.
John Joe McNeill as Mickybo
Niall Wright as Jonjo
Julie Walters as Mickybo's ma
Ciarán Hinds as Jonjo's da
Adrian Dunbar as Mickybo's da
Gina McKee as Jonjo's ma
Brendan Caskey as Gank
Charlie Clarke as Fartface
Irish Film Festival of New Zealand
Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2004
Ireland: Nationwide Cinema Release April 2005
• Best Irish Film in Big Buzz Ireland Entertainment Awards 2005.
• Best Feature Film in the Boston Irish Film Festival 2005.
• Audience Award at the Schlingel International Children’s Film Festival, Chemnitz, 2005.
• The CIFEJ Award for Best Film & Children’s Jury Award for Best Film in the OULU International Film Festival 2005.
• Best Children's Film, Tiburon International Film Festival, USA, 2006.
• Grand Prix (International Jury) and Grand Prix (Children’s Jury), Buster Film Festival, Copenhagen 2006.
• Best Director, Olympia International Youth Film Festival, 2006.
• Best Film, Olympia International Youth Film Festival, 2006.
• Audience Award - Best Film at the Titanic International Film Festival, Budapest 2007.
• Best Costume Design, Irish Film and Television Awards 2005
Shortlisted for the Michael Powell Award for Best British Film, Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2004.
Best Film, Irish Film and Television Awards 2005
Best Screenplay for Film, Irish Film and Television Awards 2005
Breakthrough Talent, Terry Loane, Irish Film and Television Awards 2005
Best Production Design for Film, Irish Film and Television Awards 2005