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    Berlinale Adds 'Better Call Saul,' TV Series from Nick Hornby and Susanne Bier, to 2016 Lineup

    Television continues to gain a foothold at several stops on the festival circuit, including Sundance, Berlin, and Toronto.

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    WATCH: Best Actress Nominee Saoirse Ronan on Instinct, Insecurity, and Meaty Roles for Women: "It's getting better"

    The actress shines as an Irish immigrant torn between two homes, and two suitors, in 1950s-set Best Picture nominee 'Brooklyn,' from director John Crowley and Best Adapted Screenplay contender writer Nick Hornby.

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    WATCH: 'Brooklyn' Writer, Oscar Contender Nick Hornby on Penning a Swooning, Old-Fashioned Romance

    The novelist and screenwriter took years to craft his adaptation of Colm Tóibín's 'Brooklyn,' which stars Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen, and Domnhall Gleeson.

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    Daily Reads: 'The Hateful Eight' Resurrects 70mm, The Year Asian-Americans Got a Shot on TV, and More

    Plus: "Scandal's" Oliva Pope as the new Walter White, and the ending of "SPECTRE" as James Bond's death dream.

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    Sleeper of the Week: John Crowley's 'Brooklyn'

    A young Irish immigrant's story living in America wows critics with its sentimental beauty.

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    The Weinstein Company Acquires Helena Bonham Carter-Starring Series 'Love, Nina'

    The television series is directed by S.J. Clarkson ("Orange is the New Black") and scripted by Nick Hornby.

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    Toronto: How 'Brooklyn' Director John Crowley Avoids Earnestness In His Emotion-Driven Films

    "The humor in all that was very important, because then you can work with opposites within the film, and that’s always where I sort of come from. I don’t trust earnestness in storytelling, I try to avoid it."

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