BRIE LARSON WINS BEST ACTRESS BAFTA FOR ‘ROOM’ February 15, 2016

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We’re ecstatic to report that Brie Larson took home the Best Actress award at last nights BAFTA’s for her role in Lenny Abrahamson’s stunning drama Room.

Coming hot on the heels of her recent Golden Globe win and Oscar nomination, Larson nabbed the award for her blistering turn as ‘Ma’ in the film, based on the book of the same name by Irish author Emma Donoghue.

Director Abrahamson was on hand to accept the award on her behalf, as can be seen in the clip below:

An Element Pictures and No Trace Camping production, produced by Ed Guiney and David Gross, the movie was edited by Nathan Nugent here at Screen Scene, where Screen Scene VFX provided all the films visual effects.

Full sound post on the film took place here at Screen Scene and at Ardmore Sound, where Niall Brady was the Supervising Sound Editor; Steve Fanagan was the Sound Designer; Caoimhe Doyle was the Foley Artist; Jean McGrath was the Foley Mixer: and Peter Blayney was the Additional Sound Editor. Ken Galvin & Steve Fanagan were the Sound Re-recording Mixers.

Nominated for four Academy Awards including best film, best director and best actress, Room is currently showing in cinemas across the UK and Ireland.