26 October 2020 The Irish Film & Television Network
     
IFTA Awards Focus: Editing Film/Drama
13 May 2015 : Seán Brosnan
Emer Reynolds is nominated twice this year (‘Patrick’s Day’, ‘One Million Dubliners’) alongside Úna Ní Dhonghaíle (‘The Missing’) and Nathan Nugent (‘Frank’)
With the IFTA Film & Drama Awards forthcoming (May 24), we continue our coverage with a look at the Editing Film/Drama Category.

The nominees this year are Úna Ní Dhonghaíle (‘The Missing’), Nathan Nugent (‘Frank’) and two nominations for Emer Reynolds (‘Patrick’s Day’ and ‘One Million Dubliners’).

Úna Ní Dhonghaíle has cut episodes of many acclaimed British television series over the last number of years including ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Vera’, ‘The Tunnel’, ‘Quirke’ and ‘Wallander’ and her work has not gone unrecognised getting IFTA nominations in 2012 (‘Doctor Who’) and 2014 (‘Ripper Street’) and BAFTA nominations in 2009 (‘White Girl’) and 2013 (‘Ripper Street’).

Ní Dhonghaíle last year cut five episodes of the highly praised BBC series ‘The Missing’ (starring James Nesbitt who is also IFTA-nominated for the show) resulting in her third IFTA and BAFTA nominations, as well as praise from many British publications when the show aired last autumn.

Nathan Nugent will be hoping this year to repeat the success of the last time he worked on a Lenny Abrahamson feature – as the editor picked up the IFTA in 2013 for ‘What Richard Did’. He is nominated for ‘Frank’ here, the globally acclaimed musical drama which picked up nine nominations in total at this year’s awards.

Other credits of Nugent’s include the films ‘The Visit’, ‘Sensation’, ‘Run & Jump’, ‘Glassland’ and the Oscar nominated short film ‘The Door’. This is Nugent’s third nomination having won the award in 2013 for ‘What Richard Did’ and garnering a nomination in 2011 for the Juanita Wilson helmed feature ‘As If I Am Not There’.

Emer Reynolds this year joins an elite list of double nominees (a list which includes Ken Galvin, David Holmes, Terry McMahon, Gerard Barrett, Charlie Murphy and Andrew Scott) by receiving dual nominations for her work in ‘Patrick’s Day’ and ‘One Million Dubliners’.

Two very different assignments, ‘Patrick’s Day’ is up for nine nominations at this year’s ceremony (including Best Film) while ‘One Million Dubliners’ is up for three (including Best Feature Documentary. Reynolds will be hoping to secure her fifth IFTA Award after wins for ‘Timbuktu’, ‘Shameless’, ‘My Brothers’ and the documentary ‘Here Was Cuba’, which Reynolds also co-directed. She has also received nominations for ‘The Eclipse’ and ‘Broken Tail’.

The IFTA Film & Drama Awards will take place on Sunday, May 24 with a special one-hour TV3 special on the show broadcasting on Monday, June 1st.





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