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Last year
An Cailín Ciúin to be entered into the Oscars international film category
The director and producer of the acclaimed film said they are “honoured beyond words”.
All time
Irish language film Foscadh (Shelter) selected as Ireland's international Oscar entry
The film is set in Connemara and is based on characters in Donal Ryan’s novel The Thing About December.
Normal People wins big at virtual IFTA awards, taking home nine honours
Animated movie Wolfwalkers won Best Film 2021.
Normal People leads the field with 15 nominations in the IFTA Irish Academy Awards
The runaway TV success of last year, Normal People, is in the running in multiple categories including best drama and best actor.
Here is the full list of nominees for this year's (virtual) IFTAs
The online ceremony will be held in September.
Gabriel Byrne: 'People coming in and making films in Ireland cheaply - that's not an industry'
The legendary actor said that Ireland has the same battle as every small country in succeeding in the film industry.
Black dresses on the red carpet as gender equality is put on the agenda at IFTA awards
Tonight’s ceremony took place at the Mansion House.
Host Deirdre O'Kane 'up for' actresses wearing black against sexism at this year's IFTAs
The awards will take place on 15 February and O’Kane will host the event.
These are the nominations for this year's IFTA awards
Nominees include Saoirse Ronan, Liam Cunningham, Martin McDonagh, and Frank Berry.
Here's who took home the awards as Ireland's silver screen stars had their big night
There were both Irish and international winners.
Ireland's biggest movie stars all nominated for this year's IFTAs
Actress Ruth Negga was nominated for best actress in two categories.
Celine Dion sends best wishes as Pat Kenny picks up IFTA Lifetime Achievement gong
Brendan O’Carroll and Sharon Horgan were also big winners at the TV awards.
Red Rock roars to the top of the 2016 IFTA TV Awards
Nominations for this year’s awards show were announced today.
Love/Hate cleans up - as the IFTAs bounce back from 2014 shambles
TV3 came on board to broadcast the show – after last year’s ceremony was branded “embarrassing” by viewers.
Here's a full list of IFTA nominees, as the bid to forget last year's 'embarrassing' ceremony begins
The first ceremony’s on 24 May.
The IFTAs could potentially screen on TV3
RTÉ pulled out of airing the awards ceremony this year – and the Irish Film Board still hasn’t decided to fund it.
The Fall pips Love/Hate to the post at the IFTAs
Leading man Jamie Dornan was named Best Actor and Rising Star.
Michael Fassbender and Jamie Dornan top star-studded IFTA guest list
The actors will be in Dublin for the 11th Annual Irish Film and Television Awards tomorrow night.
Love/Hate dominates IFTA nominations
The RTE drama secured 8 nominations, followed by Calvary and The Stag with 6 each.
Muhammad Ali daughter stunned by Irish film's 'unseen' footage of dad's visit here
IFTA-winning doc When Ali Came to Ireland, to screen tonight on RTÉ1, hit home with legendary boxer’s family.
Creative talent gathers in Dublin for the 10th Annual Irish Film & Television Awards
Irish and international talent from the worlds of film and television came together for the IFTA awards this evening.
So what does Transformers' Michael Bay think of Irish actor Jack Reynor?
The What Richard Did star has just been cast by Bay in Transformers 4, and the director thinks he’s “pretty ballsy”.
Get the glad rags ready Nidge and co - Love/Hate leads IFTA nominations
What Richard Did also tops the nominations with eleven nods. Here’s the full list.
Neil Jordan set for 20th anniversary screening of The Crying Game
The film became a massive success as audiences and reviewers kept pledge not to divulge gender plot twist.
"All opposition must be crushed": IFTA nominee sets sights on Rising Star Award
The gloves are off as IFTA announces the four nominees for this year’s Rising Star category.
Prime numbers: the week in stats
How many Irish towns are ‘clean’? How much for an e-voting machine? And just how hard can a Sudoku be?
Frank O'Farrell doc shortlisted for IFTA sports prize
Four documentaries are in the running for Best Sports Programme at this year’s Irish Film and Television Awards.
Love/Hate leads nominations for 2012 IFTA awards
RTÉ’s crime drama is shortlisted in 10 TV categories, while films like Albert Nobbs and The Guard lead the field for film nominations.
Clint Eastwood accepts inaugural Irish film award
Eastwood was awarded the inaugural John Ford Award for his work in cinema.
Ireland puts forward entry for Best Foreign Film at Oscars
Juanita Wilson’s As If I Am Not There swept the boards at this year’s IFTAs – and now has the Academy Awards in its sights.
IFTA nominations: Where have all the actresses gone?
Irish film award body says female actors only get one ‘lead role’ category while male actors get two because there were “insufficient” submissions from women.