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Mad Mary and Young Offenders Audience Favourites at Fleadh
11 Jul 2016 :
The Galway Film Fleadh finished last night, after six days and a jam packed programme of new Irish and international features, documentaries and shorts.

The audience awards were presented yesterday afternoon. The best Irish first feature will be announced on today Monday as the closing film of this year’s Fleadh is in competition.

THE BEST FIRST SHORT ANIMATION AWARD IN ASSOCIATION WITH CARTOON SALOON:

  • 'Joining Dots'
  • Director Fiona Ryan

THE AWARD FOR BEST ANIMATED SEQUENCE IN A SHORT FILM

  • 'The Lost Letter'
  • Director Kealan O’Rourke

THE DON QUIXOTE AWARD FOR BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM

  • 'Second to None'
  • Director Vincent Gallagher

THE BEST FIRST SHORT DRAMA AWARD IN ASSOCIATION WITH MAZARS

  • 'Groundless'
  • Director Eimear Callaghan

THE BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARY AWARD

  • 'Séan Hillen, Merging Views'
  • Director Paddy Cahill

THE AWARD FOR THE ONE-MINUTE FILM FESTIVAL

  • 'Something Borrowed'
  • Director Carolyn Wagner

THE JAMES HORGAN AWARD FOR BEST ANIMATION

  • 'Second To None'
  • Director Vincent Gallagher

THE TIERNAN McBRIDE AWARD FOR BEST SHORT DRAMA IN ASSOCIATION WITH NETWORK IRELAND TELEVISION

  • 'Lily'
  • Director Graham Cantwell

THE DONAL GILLIGAN AWARD FOR BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN A SHORT FILM IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE IRISH SOCIETY OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS (ISC)

  • 'Wifey Redux'
  • Cinematographer Daniel Katz

BEST INTERNATIONAL FIRST FEATURE

  • 'Moondogs'
  • Director Philip John

BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE

  • 'Hunt for the Wilderpeople'
  • Director Taika Waititi

BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

  • 'Maya Angelou: And I Still Rise'
  • Director Bob Hercules and Rita Coburn Whack

BEST HUMAN RIGHTS FEATURE IN ASSOCIATION WITH AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

  • 'The Wall'
  • Director David Kinsella

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN AN IRISH FEATURE IN ASSOCIATION WITH TEACH SOLAIS

  • Kate McCullough for 'It’s Not Yet Dark'

THE BINGHAM RAY NEW TALENT AWARD IN ASSOCIATION WITH MAGNOLIA PICTURES

  • Seana Kerslake for 'A Date for Mad Mary'

BEST IRISH FEATURE DOCUMENTARY IN ASSOCIATION WITHTHE INSURANCE SHOP & CHUBB

  • 'It’s Not Yet Dark'
  • Director Frankie Fenton

BEST IRISH FEATURE IN ASSOCIATION WITH VOLTA PRESENTED

JOINT WINNERS:

  • 'The Young Offenders'
  • A Date for Mad Mary

GALWAY FILM FLEADH’S PITCHING AWARD:

  • Janet Hayes – 'Edges'

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