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WINNERS Of The 2004 Irish Film & Television Awards
31 Oct 2004 :

Outstanding Irish Contribution to Cinema Winner Pierce Brosnan

The 2nd annual Irish Film and Television Awards took place on Saturday the 30th of October in the Burlington Hotel, in front of a glamorous and outstanding audience of Irish and international stars, hosted by the inimitable James Nesbitt.

Dr Philip Nolan, CEO of eircom, commenting on the shortlist, said:

“I would like to congratulate every nominee and wish them every success this year. This year’s shortlist of nominees reflects the innate creative talent of Irish people at home and abroad. The calibre of all the entrants - acting, producing and craft - reflects this talent and the investment being made by Ireland as a whole. eircom is very pleased to continue our support for the Awards and the Irish film and television industry. With instant internet services available through broadband, many new and exciting synergies now exist between the film and TV industry and our own communications industry. As Ireland's leading broadband company we look forward to exploring these synergies for the benefit of the Awards and the film and TV industry as a whole.”

This year the People’s Choice Categories expanded from three to five, with a varied choice of national and international categories for the public to wrangle over! The public chose the gorgeous Claire Byrne for Siemens mobile Television Personality of the Year; Song for a Raggy Boy for AIB Best Irish Film and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King for Jameson Best International Film. The public also gave the thumbs up to Johnny Depp for Avica Best International Actor and Keira Knightley for Pantene Best International Actress.

Other winners from the Jury categories included Omagh for Best Film, with Lenny Abrahamson winning Best Director for Adam and Paul. Television winners were strong also, with Holy Cross scooping the Award for Best TV Drama and Show Me the Money winning Best Lifestyle. Irish animation was also given a boost with The Boy Who Had No Story winning both of the categories it was nominated for, Best Animation and Best Children’s/Youth Programme.

Guests on the night included an array of stars from Ireland and abroad, all coming together to celebrate the Irish film and television industries. Greats such as Andie MacDowell, Olivia Williams, Fionnula Flannagan, Gabriel Byrne, Stephen Rea, Niamh Cusak, John Cleese, Brenda Fricker, Alison Doody and Brendan Gleeson were all there to toast the talent and enjoy the evening, as well as budding Irish stars such as Allen Leech, Amy Shiels and Eva Birthistle, who are all set to continue the impressive tradition of Irish acting. There were also a great range of television favourites there, such as the ever glamorous Caroline Morahan and Pamela Flood, Derek Mooney, Hector O'hEoghagain, Miriam O'Callaghan, Grainne Seoige, Claire Byrne, Ardal O'Hanlon and Keith Duffy with Corrie co-star Jimmi Harkishin.

AND THE WINNERS ARE

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD - Maureen O'Hara

OUTSTANDING IRISH CONTRIBUTION TO CINEMA - Pierce Brosnan

WINNERS PEOPLE’S CHOICE 2004

THE AIB PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST IRISH FILM

Winner: Song For A Raggy Boy, Dir: Aisling Walsh
Blind Flight, Dir: Johnny Furse
Bloom, Dir: Sean Walsh
Cowboy’s & Angels, Dir: David Gleeson
Omagh, Dir: Pete Travis

THE SIEMENS MOBILE TV PERSOANLITY OF THE YEAR AWARD

Winner: Claire Byrne, TV3
Gerry Anderson, BBC
Jarlath Burns, TG4
Gerry Kelly, UTV
Derek Mooney, RTE
Grainne Seoige, Sky News Ireland

THE JAMESON BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM AWARD

Winner: The Lord of the Rings The Return of the King, Dir: Peter Jackson
Fahrehheit 9/1, Dir: Michael Moore
Lost in Translation, Dir: Sofia Copolla
Mystic River, Dir: Clint Eastwood
The Passion of The Christ, Dir: Mel Gibson

THE PANTENE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST INTERNATIONAL ACTRESS AWARD

Winner: Keira Knightley, King Arthur/Pirates of The Caribbean
Cameron Diaz, Shrek 2
Scarlet Johansson, Lost In Translation
Charlize Theron, Monster
Uma Thurman, Kill Bill Vol 2

THE AVICA PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST INTERNATIONAL ACTOR

Winner: Johnny Depp, Pirates of the Caribbean
Jake Gyllenhaal, The Day After Tomorrow
Jude Law, Cold Mountain
Bill Murray, Lost in Transalation
Sean Penn, Mystic River

WINNERS JURY CATEGORIES 2004

BEST IRISH FILM – JURY AWARD

Winner: Omagh
Adam & Paul
Blind Flight
Inside I’m Dancing
Man About Dog

THE IRISH FILM BOARD/NORTHERN IRELAND FILM & TELEVISION COMMISSION AWARD FOR BEST NEW TALENT

Winner: John Simpson, Freeze Frame
Des Bishop, The Des Bishop Work Experience
Pearse Elliott, Man About Dog
Karl Geary, Timbuktu
Allen Leech, Cowboys & Angels

BEST FILM DIRECTOR

Winner: Lenny Abrahamson, Adam & Paul
Paddy Breathnach, Man About Dog
Alan Gilsenan, Timbuktu
Damien O’Donnell, Inside I’m Dancing
Pete Travis, Omagh

BEST ACTOR IN A FEATURE FILM

Winner: Gerard McSorley, Omagh
Colin Farrell, A Home at the End of the World
Tom Murphy, Adam & Paul
Stephen Rea, The Halo Effect
Karl Shiels, Capital Letters

BEST ACTRESS IN A FEATURE FILM

Winner: Eva Birthistle, Ae Fond Kiss
Eva Birthistle, Timbuktu
Michèle Forbes, Omagh
Brenda Fricker, Inside I’m Dancing
Louise Lewis, Adam & Paul

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Winner: Mark Garrett, Freeze Frame
Cian de Buitlear, Man about Dog

PJ Dillon, Timbuktu

Donal Gilligan, Omagh
Peter Robertson, Inside I’m Dancing

BEST MUSIC IN A FILM

Winner: Ray Harman, Timbuktu
Go Blimps Go, The Halo Effect
Ray Harman, Timbuktu
Stephen McKeon, Blind Flight
Stephen Rennicks, Adam & Paul
Kevin Shields, Lost in Translation

BEST SCRIPT FOR FILM

Winner: Jeffrey Caine, Inside I’m Dancing
Lance Daly, The Halo Effect
Pearse Elliott, Man About Dog
Guy Hibbert & Paul Greengrass, Omagh
Mark O’Halloran, Adam & Paul

BEST EDITING OF A FILM

Winner: Emer Reynolds, Timbuktu
Dermot Diskin, Man About Dog
Kevin Lavelle, Starfish
Mairead McIvor, Capital Letters
Isobel Stephenson, Adam & Paul

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

Winner: Ashleigh Jeffers, Freeze Frame
Tom Conroy, Inside I’m Dancing
Jim Furlong, Cowboys & Angels
Alan Gilsenan, Timbuktu
Paki Smith, Man About Dog

BEST HAIR/MAKEUP

Winner: Dee Corcoran/Ailbhe Lemass, King Arthur
Barbara Conway/Terry Ralph, The Halo Effect
Bernadette Dooley / Morna Ferguson, Laws of Attraction
Tom McInerney, Adam & Paul
Linda Mooney, Man About Dog

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Winner: Grania Preston, Cowboys & Angels
Joan Bergin, Laws of Attraction
Lorna Marie Mugan, Inside I’m Dancing
Lorna Marie Mugan, Man About Dog
Leonie Prendergast, The Halo Effect

BEST SHORT FILM

Winner: Undressing My Mother
Full Circle
Take It Back
Two Fat Ladies
Yu Ming Is Ainm Dom

BEST ANIMATION

Winner: The Boy Who Had No Story
Dublin 1
God’s Early Work
The Life & Death of Peter Sellers
Norman Normal

BEST TV DRAMA OR DRAMA SERIES/SOAP

Winner: Holy Cross
The Clinic
Proof
The Return
Ros na Run

BEST CURRENT AFFAIRS/NEWS PROGRAMME

Winner: Prime Time: Intellectual Disability
Prime Time: Congo Heart of Africa
Prime Time: Ireland's Teenage Criminals
Prime Time: The Lost Generation
Spotlight: Superdollar Plot

BEST ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME

Winner: The Bronx Bunny Show
Amu
Close Encounters with Keith Barry
The Des Bishop Work Experience
The Panel

BEST LIFESTYLE PROGRAMME

Winner: Show Me The Money
Manchan sa tSin
The Restaurant
Three 60
Wild Trials

BEST SPORTS PROGRAMME

Winner: Final Words - Hurling '03
Fearless 3 Irish Special Olympians
Go Racing
Martin O'Neill - Man and Bhoy
Ringy

BEST DOCUMENTARY

Winner: Battle of the Bogside
Christine’s Children
Imagining Ulysses
Shutdown
Waiting for Houlihan
Who Kidnapped Shergar

BEST CHILDREN’S/YOUTH PROGRAMME

Winner: The Boy Who Had No Story
ATL TV
ID+
S@ttitude
Scope

BEST ACTOR IN A TV DRAMA

Winner: Ciaran Hinds, The Mayor of Casterbridge
Simon Delaney, Pulling Moves
Dylan Moran, Black Books
James Nesbitt, Wall of Silence
David Wilmot, The Clinic

BEST ACTRESS IN A TV DRAMA

Winner: Anne Marie Duff, Shameless
Orla Brady, Proof
Orla Brady, Servants
Amanda Burton, Silent Witness
Niamh Cusack, Too Good to be True

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN FILM/TELEVISION

Winner: Peter O’Toole, Troy
Colum Convey, Holy Cross
Gary Lydon, The Clinic
Ciarán Nolan, Man About Dog
Jim Norton, Proof

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN FILM/TELEVISION

Winner: Susan Lynch, 16 Years of Alcohol
Susan Lynch, Bodies
Rachel Pilkington, The Clinic
Jasmine Russell, Capital Letters
Ger Ryan, The Return

BEST IRISH LANGUAGE SHORT/ANIMATED FILM/PROGRAMME

Winner: Yu Ming Is Ainm Dom
Cinegael Paradiso
Leargas Ná Lig Sinn i nDearmad
Ros na Run
Tintown

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