IFTA 2017: The Winners


IFTA 2017: The Winners

SPIN South West
SPIN South West

11:56 9 Apr 2017

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It was a busy night in Dublin last night as the stars got together in Dublin's Mansion House for the Irish Film and Television Awards 2017. 

Deirdre O'Kane hosted the ceremony and was joined by guest presenters like Amy Huberman, Colm Meaney and Jimmy Nesbitt. 

The comedy drama 'A Date for Mad Mary' won the Best Film award.

Oscar-nominated Ruth Negga won Best Actress for her role in Loving, while Colm Meaney got the Best Actor award for his role in The Journey.

Cillian Murphy won Best Actor in a TV role - for his part in Peaky Blinders.

Here is a full list of winners from IFTA 2017:

Best Film: A Date For Mad Mary

Best Drama: Vikings

Best Leading Actor in Film: Colm Meaney in The Journey

Best Supporting Actor in Film: Jason O’Mara in The Siege Of Jadotville

Best Leading Actress in Film: Ruth Negga in Loving

Best Supporting Actress in Film: Charleigh Bailey in A Date For Mad Mary

Best Leading Actor in Drama: Cillian Murphy in Peaky Blinders

Best Supporting Actor in Drama: Ned Dennehy in An Klondike

Best Leading Actress in Drama: Amy Huberman in Striking Out

Best Supporting Actress in Drama: Charlie Murphy in Happy Valley

Best Director in Film: Richie Smyth for The Siege Of Jadotville

Best Director in Drama: Dathai Keane for An Klondike

Best Script in Film: Peter Foott for The Young Offenders

Best Script in Drama: James Phelan for Wrecking The Rising

Best Short Film: Heartbreak by Dave Tynan and starring Emmet Kirwan

George Morrison Award for Best Feature Documentary: Mattress Men

Rising Star: Patrick Gibson

Best Director Of Photography: Seamus McGarvey for Nocturnal Animals

Best Animation: Vincent Gallagher for Second To None

Best VFX: Tim Chauncey for The Siege Of Jadotville

Best Sound: Niall Brady, Ken Galvin and Steve Fanagan for Tomato Red

Best Production Design: Derek Wallace for The Secret Scripture

Best Costume Design: Consolata Boyle for Florence Foster Jenkins

Best Editing: Nick Emerson for I Am Not A Serial Killer

Best Original Score: Brian Byrne for The Secret Scripture

Best Make-Up & Hair: Tom McInerney and Dee Corcoran for Vikings

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