BROOKLYN TAKES OUTSTANDING FILM AWARD AT THE BAFTAS
The Irish had a strong showing last night at the Baftas in London.
Brooklyn the adaptation of Colm Tóibín’s novel, which was filmed in Ennicorthy, was named outstanding film and scooped the first award of the night.
Meanwhile Room, made by Dublin’s Element pictures, also did well.
Brie Larson won best actress for her role in the movie based on a book by Irish author Emma Donoghue.
The awards are less than two weeks before the Oscars on Sunday February 28th – with Brooklyn up for three awards.