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IFTA Film and Drama award Ceremony 2015

IFTA CEO Áine Moriarty opening the ceremony Host Caroline Morahan Aisling Franciosi wins the Best Supporting Actress in Drama IFTA Award for The Fall Sarah Greene announcing the nominees of the IFTA Best Supporting Actor in Drama category  Stephen Rea won the Best Supporting Actor in Drama IFTA Award for The Honourable Woman. Also pictured is Sarah Greene Guest Presenter Caitriona Balfe Stuart Carolan accepting the IFTA Award for Best Writer Drama for Love/Hate Director Julien Regnard accepting the IFTA Award for Best Animated Short for Somewhere Down The Line Guest Presenter Andrew Scott
 Sarah Greene accepting the IFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress in Film for Noble Actress Sarah Greene wins the IFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress in Film for Noble Guest Presenter Sinead Desmond  Tom McInerney accepting the IFTA Award for MAC Make Up & Hair for Vikings (co-winner was Dee Corcoran) John Paul Kelly accepting the IFTA Award for Production Design for The Theory of Everything
 Miriam O’Callaghan presents the George Morrison Feature Documentary IFTA Award Director Ciarín Scott making a speech after winning the George Morrison Feature Documentary IFTA Award for In A House That Ceased To Be Director Ciarín Scott making a speech after winning the George Morrison Feature Documentary IFTA Award for In A House That Ceased To Be Guest Presenter Deirdre O’Kane Guest Presenter – actress Kerry Fox (Patrick’s Day) Ciaran Donnelly accepts the IFTA Award for Best Director in Drama for Vikings
 Ciaran Donnelly accepting the IFTA Award for Best Director in Drama for Vikings Actor Sean Bean discusses the career of Jim Sheridan before presenting the filmmaker with the IFTA Lifetime Achievement Award
 Actor Sean Bean presents filmmaker Jim Sheridan with the IFTA Lifetime Achievement Award Filmmaker Jim Sheridan accepting the IFTA Lifetime Achievement Award Filmmaker Jim Sheridan accepting the IFTA Lifetime Achievement Award Filmmaker Jim Sheridan accepting the IFTA Lifetime Achievement Award Filmmaker Jim Sheridan accepting the IFTA Lifetime Achievement Award Jim Sheridan accepting the IFTA Lifetime Achievement Award Guest Presenter Colin O’ Donoghue Charlie Murphy winning the Best Actress in Drama IFTA Award for Love/Hate Guest Presenter Amanda Byram at the IFTA Awards Aiden Gillen winning the IFTA Best Actor in Drama Award for Charlie Aiden Gillen winning the IFTA Best Actor in Drama Award for Charlie Host Caroline Morahan Actress Sarah Greene being presented with the Rising Star IFTA Award by actor Ciarán Hinds Actress Sarah Greene accepting the Rising Star IFTA Award Stephen McKeon, Original Score IFTA Winner for Queen and Country Vikings actress Alyssa Sutherland presenting the IFTA Award for Editing Film/Drama to Emer Reynolds for One Million Dubliners Emer Reynolds accepting the IFTA Award for Best Editing for One Million Dubliners Guest Presenter Clive Standen Patrick’s Day Sound Team accepting the IFTA Award for Best Sound Guest Presenter Aoibhín Garrihy James Mather winning the IFTA Award for Director of Photography Film/Drama for Frank Actor Sean McGinley presents Deirdre O’Kane with the IFTA Award for Best Actress in Film for Noble Deirdre O’Kane wins IFTA Award for Best Actress in Film for Noble
 Guest presenter Colette Fitzpatrick Love/Hate wins Best Drama sponsored by the BAI. Accepted by Suzanne McAuley (left), Steve Matthews (centre) and James Flynn (right, holding the statuette)
 Love/Hate wins Best Drama sponsored by the BAI. Accepted by Steve Matthews (left), James Flynn (centre) and Suzanne McAuley (right, holding the statuette)
 Actor Adrian announcing the nominees for the IFTA Award for Best Script in Film Actor Adrian Dunbar presented the IFTA Award for Best Script in Film Terry McMahon winning the IFTA Award for Best Script in Film for Patrick’s Day
 Terry McMahon winning the IFTA Award for Best Script in Film for Patrick’s Day Host Caroline Morahan Actress Amy Huberman presented the Best Actor in a Leading Role in Film IFTA Award Moe Dunford accepting the Best Actor in Film IFTA for Patrick’s Day Moe Dunford accepting the IFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in Film for Patrick’s Day Actor Patrick Bergin presented the Best Director Film IFTA which was won by Lenny Abrahamson for Frank Song of the Sea wins Best Film. Accepted by Tomm Moore (director, producer, making the speech), Will Collins (writer) and Paul Young (producer) Song of the Sea wins Best Film. Accepted by Tomm Moore (director, producer, making the speech), Will Collins (writer) and Paul Young (producer) Song of the Sea wins Best Film. Accepted by Will Collins (writer, making the speech), Tomm Moore (director, producer) and Paul Young (producer) Host Caroline Morahan’s opening monologue at the ceremony