The winners of this year’s Irish Film and Television Awards were revealed at a gala awards ceremony at the Convention Centre Dublin on Saturday evening. Projects and talent from the north and those supported by Northern Ireland Screen were among the list of winners.
Seamus McGarvey won the Director of Photography of Film award for the second year in a row, this year for his work on Anna Karenina.
Maggie Donnelly took home the Costume IFTA for her work on Good Vibrations, the story of Belfast music legend Terri Hooley.
Below the Radar’s Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God picked up the George Morrison Feature Documentary Award. The documentary shot all over Ireland, the US and part of Italy, revisits the abuse scandal in the Catholic Church, with first-hand accounts from victims.
Flickerpix’s Macropolis, a stop-motion film which was animated on the streets of Belfast over a five week period, won the Best Animation Award. Cathy Brady's short film, Morning scooped the Best Short Film gong.
BBC Northern Ireland’s Spotlight team took home the Current Affairs Award for Spotlight: Sean Quinn’s Missing Millions.
For a full list of winners please visit www.ifta.ie