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IFTA 2013 Nominations Announced: ‘Love/Hate’, ‘What Richard Did’, ‘Moone Boy’ & More
09 Jan 2013 : By Eva Hall
IFTA celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2013
The 2013 IFTA nominations have been announced today, with RTÉ series ‘Love/Hate’ leading the way with 11 nominations.

The gangland drama, which recently aired its third season finale on RTÉ One, and is produced by Octagon Films, is nominated in the Drama, Editing, Original Score and Production Design categories.

Writer Stuart Carolan and director David Caffrey have been nominated for the second time in the Script and Director categories, while lead actors Robert Sheehan, Tom Vaughan Lawlor and Charlie Murphy have all received nominations.

The TV series also earned supporting actors nominations for Susan Loughnane and Peter Coonan.

Lenny Abrahamson's 'What Richard Did', which was produced by Element Pictures, received the second highest amount of nominations, with 10 in total. As well as nods for newcomers and lead actors Jack Reynor and Roisin Murphy, the feature is nominated in the Film, Script, Director, Original Score as well as a number of other craft categories.

'What Richard Did' was the best performing Irish film in the Irish box office in 2012, and almost surpassed Abrahamson and Element Pictures' record of 11 nominations for the 2007 film 'Garage'.

Irish co-productions ‘Moone Boy’ and ‘Titanic: Blood and Steel’ have been nominated for five awards each, including Director TV Drama, with Chris O’Dowd up for Supporting Actor as well as Script with ‘Moone Boy’ co-writer Nick Vincent Murphy.

Other period dramas that fared well in the 2013 nominations include BBC drama ‘Ripper Street’, which was co-produced by Ireland’s Element Pictures and the UK’s Tiger Aspect and Lookout Point. The 19th century London-set series is up for Editing, Makeup and Hair, while Irish costume designer Lorna Marie Mugan and production designer Mark Geraghty have each been nominated for their work on the Dublin-shot drama.

Familiar IFTA nominees who made the cut in 2013 include Neil Jordan, nominated for Director for his TV series ‘The Borgias’, Bronagh Gallagher for Supporting Actress in ‘Grabbers’, Allen Leech for his role in period drama ‘Downton Abbey’ and Martin McCann for ‘Jump’.

This year IFTA received a total of 315 titles submitted for consideration. The Academy will celebrate its 10th year in 2013, with the awards ceremony taking place in Dublin on February 9.

IFTA CEO Áine Moriarty said: “The past 12 months has shown this industry to be resilient and hard-working, producing some of the most diverse, engaging and talked-about Irish dramas, documentaries, feature films, entertainment and factual programmes, and there’s no shortage of new and upcoming Irish creative talent, ready to make their mark on the world stage.

“It’s a time to acknowledge and be proud of their achievements, and the 10th Ceremony will be a great showcase of this work and a chance to reflect on just how far our home industry has come in the last 10 years”.

The full list of nominees for the 2013 IFTA Awards are:


Death of a Superhero (Michael Garland, Astrid Kahmke, Bavaria Pictures, Grand Pictures)

Good Vibrations (Chris Martin, Andrew Eaton, Canderblinks Films)

Grabbers (David Collins, Martina Niland, Forward Films, High Treason Productions, Samson Films)

Shadow Dancer (Ed Guiney, Andrew Lowe, Element Pictures)

What Richard Did (Ed Guiney, Andrew Lowe, Element Pictures)


Lenny Abrahamson, What Richard Did (Element Pictures)

Pat Collins, Silence (South Wind Blows and Harvest Films)

Ian Fitzgibbon, Death of a Superhero (Bavaria Pictures, Grand Pictures)

Martin McDonagh, Seven Psychopaths (Blueprint Pictures)


Malcolm Campbell, What Richard Did (Element Pictures)

Kevin Lehane, Grabbers (Forward Films, High Treason Productions, Samson Films)

Martin McDonagh, Seven Psychopaths (Blueprint Pictures)

Kieron J Walsh, Jump (Hotshot Films)


Richard Dormer, Good Vibrations (Canderblinks Films)

Colin Farrell, Seven Psychopaths (Blueprint Pictures)

Martin McCann, Jump (Hotshot Films)

Jack Reynor, What Richard Did (Element Pictures)


Ruth Bradley, Grabbers (Forward Films, High Treason Productions, Samson Films)

Anne Marie Duff, Sanctuary (Venom Films)

Roisin Murphy, What Richard Did (Element Pictures)

Seana Kerslake, Dollhouse (The Factory)


Domhnall Gleeson, Anna Karenina (Universal Pictures)

Ciaran Hinds, The Woman in Black (Hammer Film Productions)

Michael McElhatton, Death of a Superhero (Bavaria Pictures, Grand Pictures)

David Wilmot, Shadow Dancer (Element Pictures)


Brid Brennan, Shadow Dancer (Element Pictures)

Bronagh Gallagher, Grabbers (Forward Films, High Treason Productions, Samson Films)

Charlene McKenna, Jump (Hotshot Films)

Gabrielle Reidy, What Richard Did (Element Pictures)


Bernard Dunne'sBród Club

Congo 1961

Lón sa Spéir – Men at Lunch

Rásaí na Gaillimhe


Barbaric Genius

John Ford: Dreaming the Quiet Man

Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God

Skin in the Game


The Girl with the Mechanical Maiden

Fear of Flying





After You

Fear of Flying


Peter Rabbit’s Christmas Tale



DRAMA sponsored by BAI

The Borgias (Neil Jordan, Jordan Flynn, Octagon Films)

Game of Thrones (HBO)

Love/Hate (Suzanne McAuley, Steve Matthews, Octagon Films)

Titanic: Blood and Steel (Paul Myler, Roberto Minni, Ciaran Donnelly, Epos Films)


David Caffrey, Love Hate (Octagon Films)

Ciaran Donnelly, Titanic: Blood and Steel (Epos Films)

Declan Lowney, Moone Boy (Grand Pictures, Baby Cow Productions, Hot Cod Productions and Sprout Pictures for Sky 1)

Aisling Walsh, Loving Miss Hatto (Left Bank Pictures)


Stuart Carolan, Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

Colin Heber-Percy & Lyall Watson, Saving the Titanic (Tile Films)

Neil Jordan, The Borgias (Octagon Films)

Chris O’Dowd & Nick Vincent Murphy, Moone Boy (Grand Pictures, Baby Cow Productions, Hot Cod Productions and Sprout Pictures for Sky 1)

Actor TV

Gabriel Byrne, Secret State – Company Pictures

Colm Meaney, Hell on Wheels (Endemol)

Robert Sheehan, Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

Tom Vaughan Lawlor, Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

Actress TV

Orla Brady, Sinbad (Possible Pictures)

Carrie Crowley, Rasai na Gaillimhe (Great Western Films)

Amy Huberman, Threesome (Big Talk Productions)

Charlie Murphy, Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

Supporting Actor TV

Peter Coonan, Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

Allen Leech, Downton Abbey (Carnival Films)

Chris O’Dowd, Moone Boy (Grand Pictures, Baby Cow Productions, Hot Cod Productions and Sprout Pictures for Sky 1)

Andrew Scott, Sherlock (Hartswood Films)

Supporting Actress TV

Cathy Belton, Roy (Jam Media)

Susan Loughnane, Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

Ruth Negga, Secret State (Channel 4)

Deirdre O’Kane, Moone Boy (Grand Pictures, Baby Cow Productions, Hot Cod Productions and Sprout Pictures for Sky 1)



Good Vibrations – Maggie Donnelly (Canderblinks Films)

Loving Miss Hatto - Alison Byrne (Left Bank Pictures)

King of the Travellers -Joan O’Cleary (Vico Films)

Ripper Street – Lorna Marie Mugan (Element Pictures, Tiger Aspect Productions)


Seamus McGarvey, Anna Karenina (Universal Pictures)

PJ Dillon, Game of Thrones (HBO)

Tim Fleming, Citadel (Blinder Films)

David Grennan, What Richard Did (Element Pictures)

Editing Film/Drama

Nathan Nugent, What Richard Did (Element Pictures)

Dermot Diskin, Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

Mick Mahon, Saving the Titanic (Tile Films)

Helen Chapman, Ripper Street (Element Pictures, Tiger Aspect Productions)

Makeup & Hair sponsored by MAC

Morna Ferguson, Dee Corcoran – Loving Miss Hatto (Left Bank Pictures)

Sharon Doyle, Eileen Buggy – Ripper Street (Element Pictures, Tiger Aspect Productions)

Lynn Johnston, Eileen Buggy – Shadow Dancer (Element Pictures)

Tom McInearney, Dee Corcoran – Titanic Blood & Steel (Epos Films)

Production Design

Mark Geraghty, Ripper Street (Element Pictures, Tiger Aspect Productions)

Tom Conroy, Titanic: Blood & Steel (Epos Films)

Stephen Daly, Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

Ray Ball, Saving the Titanic – (Tile Films)

Original Score

Niall Byrne - Loving Miss Hatto (Left Bank Pictures)

Ray Harman – Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

Steve Lynch - Saving the Titanic (Tile Films)

Stephen Rennicks - What Richard Did (Element Pictures)

Sound Film/Drama

Citadel – Garret Farrell, Hugh Fox, Steve Fanagan

Game of Thrones – Ronan Hill, Mervyn Moore

Titanic Blood & Steel – Dan Birch, Jon Stevenson, Garret Farrell

What Richard Did – Paddy Hanlon, Steve Fanagan, Niall Brady



Octonauts (Brown Bag)

OMG! Jedward (Tyrone Productions)

Roy (JAM Media)

Ó Tholg go Tolg (V Stream)

Current Affairs

Midweek Rural Ireland Fights Back (TV3)

Prime Time - Profiteering from Prostitution (RTE)

Spotlight Sean Quinn’s Missing Millions (BBCNI)

Vincent Browne Tonight (TV3)


A Time to Die? (Yellow Asylum Films)

Congo 1961 (Akajava Films)

MND: The Inside Track (Independent Pictures)

WB Yeats – No Country for Old Men (Hot Shot Films)

Documentary Series

24 Hours to Kill (TV3)

Bullyproof (Firebrand Productions)

The New Irish After the Bust (Real Films)

Ray D’Arcy :How to Beat Depression (Animo Television)


Moone Boy (Grand Pictures, Baby Cow Productions, Hot Cod Productions and Sprout Pictures for Sky 1)

Mrs Brown’s Boys (RTE / BBC / BOC Pictures)

The Savage Eye (Blinder Films)

The Voice of Ireland (Screentime ShinAwiL)


Dead Money (ProMedia Productions)

The Radharc Squad (Tyrone Productions)

Room to Improve (Coco Television)

The Zoo (Moondance Productions)


Masterchef (Screentime ShinAwil)

Jockey Eile (Abú Media)

ICA Bootcamp (Independent Pictures)

Come Dine with Me (ITV Studios for TV3)


Olympics (RTÉ)

Paralympics (Setanta Ireland)

Jump Boys (Touchline Media)

When Ali Came to Ireland (True Films)



Alison Millar, The Shame of the Catholic Church (BBC Northern Ireland)

Damien O’Donnell, The Savage Eye (Blinder Films)

Maurice Sweeney, WB Yeats No Country for Old Men (Hot Shot Films)

Lynda McQuaid, Masterchef (Screentime ShinAwil)


Michael O’Donovan, Gaeil Nua Eabhrac (Real Films)

Ronan Fox & Mick O’Rourke, WB Yeats No Country for Old Men (Hot Shot Films)

Kieran Slyne, My Civil War (RTÉ)

Feargal O’Hanlon, Lorg na gCos (Colm Bairéad Ltd/Midas Productions)

Editing TV

Mick Mahon, Gaeil Nua Eabhrac (Real Films)

Mick Mahon, Chaplin the Waterville Picture (Keeshla Communications Ltd)

Brenda Morrissey, Inside the Department (Wildfire Films)

Zaini Darragh, The West’s Awake (Iris Productions)

Sound TV

Am An Ghátair – Mark Henry, Conall de Cléir, John Brennan (Magamedia)

Scéal na Gaeilge – Paul Rowland, Niall O’Sullivan (ROSG)

WB Yeats No Country for Old Men – Killian Fitzgerald, Fiachra O’Hanlon (Hotshot Films)

The West’s Awake – Killian Fitzgerald, Zaini Darragh (Iris Productions)

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