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Writers Guild of Ireland announce 2016 ZeBBie Award nominees
21 Apr 2016 : Seán Brosnan
Ceremony will take place on May 25th at the Sugar Club, Dublin and will be hosted by Senator David Norris
The Writers’ Guild of Ireland has announced the Nominees for the ZeBBie Awards 2016. Members of the Guild are now voting for the Best Script in each category and voting will close on Friday 22nd April.

The winner in each category will be announced at the ZeBBie Awards on Wednesday 25th May at The Sugar Club in Dublin, which will be hosted by Senator David Norris.

There are six categories of Awards (Television, Radio, Theatre, Short Film, Feature Film and Games) and three nominations in each of those categories. In the feature film category, ‘Song of the Sea’ scribe Will Collins is nominated alongside Mark Noonan for the Aidan Gillen starrer ‘You’re Ugly Too’ and Simon Fitzmaurice (a 2016 IFTA nominee for Best Script also) for the heart-warming ‘My Name is Emily’. On the television side, recent IFTA winner Marcus Fleming has been nominated for ‘An Klondike’ alongside Billy Roche for ‘Clean Break’ and Colin Teevan for acclaimed political drama series ‘Charlie’.

The full list of nominees is as follows:

BEST RADIO SCRIPT:

Ronan Bennett for Our Sea

Bernard Farrell for Greta at the Gresham

Elizabeth O’Neill for Ghostbike

BEST FEATURE FILM SCRIPT

Will Collins for ‘Song of the Sea’

Simon Fitzmaurice for ‘My Name is Emily’

Mark Noonan for ‘You’re Ugly Too’

BEST SHORT FILM SCRIPT

Ben Conway for ‘Looks Like Rain’

Matthew Roche for ‘Blight’

Brian Rossney for ‘Trench’ (In The Valley of the Moon)

BEST TELEVISION SCRIPT

Marcus Fleming for ‘An Klondike’, Episode 4

Billy Roche for ‘Clean Break’, Episode 4

Colin Teevan for ‘Charlie’, Episode 2

BEST THEATRE SCRIPT

Stacey Gregg for Scorch

Barry McStay for Our Island

Abbie Spallen for Lally the Scut

BEST GAME SCRIPT

Oli Garland, Steve Gregan, Colm Larkin and Fred Mangan for Guild of Dungeoneering

Dave McCabe for The Darkside Detective

John O’Kane for Grandpa Pip’s Birthday


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