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‘Brooklyn’ given US release date of November 6th
05 Mar 2015 : Seán Brosnan
‘Brooklyn’ garnered highly positive reviews at its’ Sundance premiere on January 25th
After acquiring ‘Brooklyn’ after its’ world premiere at Sundance in a $9m deal, Fox Searchlight will release the film to US cinemas on November 6th.

‘Brooklyn’ garnered a very positive response after screening at Sundance and it is widely believed Fox Searchlight have set the November release to put the film in the midst of Oscar contention.

‘Brooklyn’ is an Irish/British co-production from Wildgaze Films, Finola Dwyer Productions, Parallel Films and Item 7. Brooklyn was co-financed by the Irish Film Board and filmed on location in Wexford, Dublin and Wicklow, as well as Montreal and New York.

Directed by IFTA and BAFTA winning director John Crowley (‘Intermission’, ‘Boy A’) and adapted by Nick Hornby from Colm Tóibin’s novel of the same name, ‘Brooklyn’ stars Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan as a young Irish immigrant in 1950’s New York whose blossoming relationship with an Italian plumber Tony (Emory Cohen),is threatened when tragedy calls her home. She returns to Ireland where her attraction for a charming local man called Jim (Domhnall Gleeson), grows.




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