13th Irish Film & Television Awards

The 13th IFTA Film & Drama Awards took place at the Mansion House on 9 April 2016 in Dublin, honouring Irish film and television released in 2015. Deirdre O'Kane hosted the film awards ceremony.[1]

13th IFTA Film & Drama Awards
Date9 April 2016 (2016-04-09)
SiteMansion House, Dublin (Film Awards)
Hosted byDeirdre O'Kane (Film Awards)
Highlights
Best FilmRoom
Best DirectionLenny Abrahamson
Room
Best ActorMichael Fassbender
Steve Jobs
Best ActressSaoirse Ronan
Brooklyn
Most awardsRoom (7)
Most nominationsAn Klondike (9)
Television coverage
ChannelTV3 (highlights 10 April)

Film AwardsEdit

The nominations for the IFTA Film & Drama Awards were announced on 14 March 2016.[2]

Film categoriesEdit

Best Film
Director in Film
Script Film
Actor in a Lead Role in a Feature Film
Actress in a Lead Role in a Feature Film
Actor in a Supporting Role in a Feature Film
Actress in a Supporting Role in a Feature Film
George Morrison Feature Documentary
  • A Doctor's Sword - Bob Jackson and Gary Lennon
  • The Land of the Enlightened - Morgan Bushe and Bart Van Langendonck
  • Mom and Me - Ken Wardrop
  • Older Than Ireland - Alex Fegan, Garry Walsh and Colm Nicell
  • The Queen of Ireland - Ailish Bracken, Katie Holly and Conor Horgan
Short Film
  • Change in the Weather
  • Ernestine and Kit
  • The Great Wide Open
  • How Was Your Day?
  • Love is a Sting
  • Stutterer
Animation
  • A Coat Made Dark - Jack O'Shea
  • Geist - Daniel Spencer
  • Tea with the Dead - Susan Broe
  • Unhinged - Tom Caulfield

International categoriesEdit

International Film sponsored by American Airlines
International Actor
International Actress

Television Drama categoriesEdit

Best Drama
Director Drama
Script Drama
Actor in a Lead Role in Drama
Actress in a Lead Role Drama
Actor in a Supporting Role in Drama
Actress in a Supporting Role in Drama

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Who will host this year's IFTAs? All you need to know about the 2016 ceremony". Irish Independent. 23 March 2016. Retrieved 24 March 2016.
  2. ^ "IFTA Film and Drama Awards 2016 nominations: TG4 series An Klondike leads with 9". Irish Independent. 14 March 2016. Retrieved 24 March 2016.

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