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Kin, Foscadh, and Ros na Rún among titles nominated for Zebbie Awards 2022
15 Sep 2022 : News Desk
Dónall Ó Héalai in Foscadh.
Now in their 15th year, the Writers’ Guild of Ireland Zebbie Awards are the high point of WGI calendar, celebrating the best in writing talent across stage and screen.

Named in honour of O.Z (Zebby) Whitehead, the awards are voted for by members of the Guild. The 2022 awards recognise the best scripts that were produced in 2021.

Writers Guild members are now voting on their favourite scripts. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in The Sugar Club in October.

“We’re delighted to once again have the opportunity to celebrate the best of Irish writing talent through our annual Zebbie awards,” said WGI Chair, Jennifer Davidson. “Coming out of the pandemic, the tenacity, hard work and creativity of all our members has never been more evident. Our warmest congratulations to all the nominees. We look forward to celebrating with you in October.”

The 2022 Zebbie Nominations are:

Feature Film

●      Here Before - Stacey Gregg

●      Belfast - Kenneth Branagh

●      Foscadh - Seán Breathnach

Short Film

●      Ship of Souls - Jean Pasley

●      The Colour Between - Jade Jordan and Dave Tynan

●      The Passion - Frank Blake

Television Drama

●      Kin Series 1 – Episode 8 -  Peter McKenna

●      Smother Series 1 – Episode 5 -  Ursula Rani Sarma

●      Modern Love Series 2 – Strangers On a Dublin Train - John Carney

Continuing Dram

●      Fair City – Series 32 Episode 070 - Nick Wilkinson

●      Ros na Rún Series 25 Episode 69 - Sonia Ní Oibicín

●      Fair City – Series 32 Episode 170 - Carmel Callan

Animation

●      Alva’s World  - Behind The Mask - Ciarán Morrison and Mick O’Hara

●      Mya Go - House Boat - Muireann Ni Chíobháin

●      Dodo - The Boyfriend - Carol Walsh (for a script written by Carol Walsh & Jack Bennett)

Theatre

●      The Shedding Of Skin - Vittoria Cafolla

●      Duck, Duck, Goose - Caitríona Daly

●      Conversations After Sex - Mark O’Halloran

Radio Drama

●      Maura Laverty: This Was Your Life - Bairbre Ní Chaoimh and Yvonne Quinn

●      Alarm Bells - David Blackwell, Alan O’Brien, Patrick Ferris and Berni Dwan 

●      Two Thieves - Hugh Hick

The WGI is supported by the Irish Copyright Licensing Agency and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.





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