10th Irish Film & Television Awards

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10th Irish Film & Television Awards
Date 9 February 2013
Site Convention Centre Dublin
Hosted by Simon Delaney
Highlights
Best Film What Richard Did
Best Actor Jack Reynor,
What Richard Did
Best Actress Ruth Bradley
Grabbers
Most awards Love/Hate (6)
Most nominations Love/Hate (9)
Television coverage
Channel RTÉ One
Duration 135 mins

The 10th Irish Film & Television Awards took place on Saturday 9 February 2013 at the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD).[1] It was hosted by Irish actor Simon Delaney and attracted an audience of 1.24 million viewers. The Show was broadcast on RTÉ One Television on the night.[2]

Big winners on the night included RTÉ crime-drama Love/Hate which took home six awards, including awards for Best Drama, Best Director David Caffrey and Writer TV Stuart Carolan. Actors Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Charlie Murphy and Susan Loughnane won awards for Actor Lead TV Drama, Actress Lead TV and Actress Support TV Drama respectively.[3] What Richard Did picked up five awards including the award for Best Film. Jack Reynor won for Actor Lead Film whilst Lenny Abrahamson and Malcolm Campbell picked up awards for Best Director and Script with Nathan Nugent winning for Editing — Film.[4]

Winners[edit]

Award Winner TV Show/Film
Best Drama Suzanne McAuley, Steve Matthews Love/Hate
Best Director TV Drama David Caffrey Love/Hate
Best Writer for TV Stuart Carolan Love/Hate
Best TV Actor Tom Vaughan-Lawlor Love/Hate
Best Support TV Actor Andrew Scott Sherlock
Best TV Actress Charlie Murphy Love/Hate
Best Support TV Actress Susan Loughnane Love/Hate
Best Actor (Film) Jack Reynor What Richard Did
Best Supporting Actor (Film) Domhnall Gleeson Anna Karenina
Best Actress (Film) Ruth Bradley Grabbers
Best Supporting Actress (Film) Brid Brennan Shadow Dancer
The Irish Film Board Rising Star Award Gerard Barret Pilgrim Hill
Best Film What Richard Did What Richard Did
Best Film Director Lenny Abrahamson What Richard Did
Best Script Malcolm Campbell What Richard Did
Best Editing Nathan Nugent What Richard Did
Best International Film Ben Affleck Argo
Best International Actor Daniel Day-Lewis Lincoln
Best International Actress Marion Cotillard Rust and Bone
Best Best Director of Photography in Film Seamus McGarvey Anna Karenina
Best Costume Maggie Donnelly Good Vibrations
Best Sound Film/Drama Garret Farrell, Hugh Fox and Steve Fanagan Citadel
Best Make Up Sharon Doyle Ripper Street
Best Production Design Mark Geraghty Ripper Street
Best TV Editing Brenda Morrissey Inside the Department
Best Director of Photography in Television Michael O' Donovan Gaeil Nua Eabhrac
Best Sound (TV) Mark Henry, Conall de Cleir, John Brennan Am an Ghathair
Best Original Score Niall Byrne Loving Miss Hatto
The George Morrison Feature Documentary Award Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God
Best TV Documentary Congo 1961 Congo 1961
Best Documentary Series Bullyproof Bullyproof
Best Current Affairs The Radharc Squad and Spotlight: Sean Quinn's Missing Millions' The Radharc Squad and Spotlight: Sean Quinn's Missing Millions
Best Sports Programme When Ali Came to Ireland When Ali Came to Ireland
Best Entertainment Chris O'Dowd Moone Boy
Special Irish Language Lón sa Spéir Lón sa Spéir
Best Reality Jockey Eile Jockey Eile
Best Children's/Youth Roy Roy
Best Short Film Morning Morning
Best Animation Macropolis Macropolis

References[edit]

  1. ^ "10TH ANNUAL IRISH FILM & TELEVISION AWARDS Nominations". IFTA.ie. Retrieved 11 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "The 10th Annual Irish Film and Television Awards". RTÉ. Retrieved 11 February 2013. 
  3. ^ "Love/Hate actress wins top IFTA award". RTÉ. 10 February 2013. Retrieved 11 February 2013. 
  4. ^ "Winners of the 10th Annual Irish Film & Television Awards". IFTA.ie. Archived from the original on 12 February 2013. Retrieved 11 February 2013. 

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