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IFTA Shortlist for Animation, Short Film and Feature Doc
06 Mar 2014 : Irish Film & Television Academy
The Irish Film and Television Academy's shortlist of nominees across Animation, Short Film, and Feature Documentary.

Up for Best Animation are Jam Media’s Tilly and Me which will compete along with Doc McStuffins, Henry Hugglemonster and The Octonauts which are all productions made by Brown Bag Films.

The Best Short category will see both animated and live action shorts within the Nominees. The Last Days of Peter Bergman (Fastnet Films), The Missing Scarf (Belly Creative), and Rubaí (Magamedia) and SLR (Stigma Films) will be competing for the award.

In the Feature Documentary category, in honour of documentary filmmaker George Morrison, the shortlisted Nominees are Zucca Films’ Broken Song, Crossing the Line’s Here Was Cuba, Screenworks’ Natan, and Image Now Film’s The Summit.

The three categories are voted by Jury in rounds one and two only, and not by Academy Members.

The list of IFTA nominees is below:

Animation Long Form

  • Doc McStuffins (Brown Bag)
  • Henry Hugglemonster (Brown Bag)
  • The Octonauts (Brown Bag)
  • Tilly & Friends (Jam Media)

George Morrison Feature Documentary

  • Broken Song (Zucca Films)
  • Here Was Cuba (Crossing the Line Films)
  • Natan (Screenworks)
  • The Summit (Image Now Films)

Short Film

  • The Last Days of Peter Bergman (Fastnet Films)
  • The Missing Scarf (Belly Creative)
  • Rubaí (Magamedia)
  • SLR (Stigma Films)

The annual Awards Ceremony which will be held on Saturday 5th April at the DoubleTree Hilton on Burlington Road, will showcase the best of Ireland’s creative talent both in front of the camera and behind the scenes, and will acknowledge Irish excellence and achievements. The Ceremony will be broadcast primetime on RTÉ ONE and last year reached an audience of 1.24 million viewers in Ireland.



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