7th Irish Film & Television Awards

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7th Irish Film & Television Awards
Date 20 February 2010
Site Burlington Hotel, Dublin
Host Victoria Smurfit
Highlights
Best Film The Eclipse
Best Actor Colin Farrell
Ondine
Best Actress Saoirse Ronan
The Lovely Bones
Most awards Ondine (5)
Most nominations The Eclipse (8)
Ondine (8)
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The 7th Irish Film & Television Awards took place on 20 February 2010 in the Burlington Hotel, Dublin.[1] It was hosted by Victoria Smurfit.[2]

Awards in film[edit]

Best Film

Director in Film

Script Film

Actor in a lead role

Actress in a lead role

Actor in a Supporting Role Film

Actress in a Supporting Role Film

Feature Documentary

  • His & Hers (Winner)
    • The Bass Player: A song for dad
    • Colony
    • The Yellow Bittern

International film[edit]

Best International Film

Best International Actress

Best International Actor

Craft / Technical Categories (Film and television)[edit]

Costume Design

Director of Photography

Editing

Make Up & Hair

Original Score

Production Design

Sound

  • Ondine – Brendan Deasy, Tom Johnson, Sarah Gaines (Winner)
    • The Eclipse – Ronan Hill, Jon Stevenson, John Fitzgerald
    • Five Minutes of Heaven – Ronan Hill, Jon Stevenson, John Fitzgerald
    • Savage – Patrick Hanlon, John Fitzgerald, Fiadhnait McCann

Television drama categories[edit]

Single Drama / Drama Serial

Drama Series / Soap

Director Television

Script Television

Actor in a Lead Role – Television

Actress in a Lead Role – Television

Actor in a Supporting Role – Television

Actress in a Supporting Role – Television

Television categories[edit]

Children's / Youth Programme

Current Affairs

Documentary Series

Single Documentary

  • Seamus Heaney: Out Of The Marvellous (Winner)
    • Abuse of Trust: Sins of the Fathers
    • The Forgotten Irish
    • The House

Entertainment Programme

News Programme

Factual Programme

  • 'Nightly News with Vincent Browne (Winner)

Sports

  • Grand Slam Journey (Winner)

Others[edit]

Special Irish Language Award

Animation

Short Film

  • Runners (Winner)
    • If I Should Fall Behind
    • Moore Street Masala
    • Sunshower

Rising Star Award

  • Tomm Moore[3]
    • Margaret Corkery
    • Darren Healy
    • Brendan Muldowney
    • Robert Sheehan
    • Ken Wardrop

Lifetime Achievement Award John Boorman

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IFTA winners are announced in Dublin". RTÉ News. 21 February 2010. Archived from the original on 23 February 2010. Retrieved 22 February 2010. 
  2. ^ "Victoria Smurfit to host this year's IFTAs". RTÉ News. 8 February 2010. Archived from the original on 11 February 2010. Retrieved 22 February 2010. 
  3. ^ "Winners of the 7th Annual Irish Film & Television Awards". Irish Film & Television Academy. Retrieved 16 April 2010. 

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