IFTA Winners List 2013 | The Movie Bit

IFTA Winners List 2013

Last night, the glitz and glamour of the 10th annual Irish Film and Television Awards came to Dublin, with a who's who of Irish Talent gathering to celebrate an absolutely fantastic year in Irish film and television (seriously, it was one of the best in recent memory. This current crop is a really talented bunch). Surprising just about nobody, What Richard Did proved to be the big winner, netting 5 awards, including Best Film, and Grabbers, which should have done better than it actually did, bagging Ruth Bradley a Best Actress award. A full list of winners, in all categories, is below:


Best Film: What Richard Did

Best Director: Lenny Abrhamson (What Richard Did)

Best Script: Malcolm Campbell (What Richard Did)

Best Actor: Jack Reynor (What Richard Did)

Best Supporting Actor: Domhnall Gleeson (Anna Karenina)

Best Actress: Ruth Bradley (Grabbers)

Best Supporting Actress: Bríd Brennan (Shadow Dancer)

Special Irish Language Award: Lón Sa Spéir

George Morrison Feature Documentary Award: Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In The House Of God

Best Short Film: Morning

Best Animation: Macropolis

Best International Film: Argo

Best International Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis (Lincoln)

Best International Actress: Marion Cotillard (Rust And Bone)

Best Costume: Maggie Donnelly (Good Vibrations)

Best DOP: Seamus McGarvey (Anna Karenina)

Best Editing: Nathan Nugent (What Richard Did)

Best Sound: Garrett Farrell, Hugh Fox, Steve Fanagan (Citadel)

Irish Film Board Rising Star Award: Gerad Barret (writer, director, editor, producer, Pilgrim Hill)


Best Drama: Love/Hate

Best Director: David Caffery (Love/Hate)

Best Script: Stuart Carolan (Love/Hate)

Best Actor: Tom Vaughn Lawlor (Love/Hate)

Best Actress: Charlie Murphy (Love/Hate)

Best Supporting Actress:  Susan Loughnane (Love/Hate)

Best Supporting Actor: Andrew Scott (Sherlock)

Best Makeup & Hair: Sharon Doyle, Eileen Buggy (Ripper Street)

Best Production Design: Mark Geragthy (Ripper Street)

Best Score: Niall Byrne (Loving Miss Hatto)

Best Childrens/Youth: Roy

Best Sports: When Ali Came To Ireland

Best Current Affairs: Spotlight: Sean Quinn's Missing Millions

Best Documentary: Congo 1961

Best Documentary Series: Bullyproof

Best Entertainment: Moone Boy

Best Factual: The Radharc Squad

Best Reality: Jockey Elite

Best Director:  Maurice Sweeney (WB Yeats: No Country For Old Men)

Best DOP: Michael O'Donovan (Gaeil Nua Eabhrac)

Best Editing: Brenda Morrissey (Inside The Department)

Best Sound: Mark Henry, Conall De Cléir, John Brennan (Am An Ghátair) 

A big congratulations to everyone who won!


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