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Viva made the last nine in the Academy’s race for best foreign language picture. The shock was the incredibly strong showing for Simon Fitzmaurice’s My Name is Emily. Mr Fitzmaurice, who has Motor Neurone Disease, financed the film via a crowdfunding campaign and, following its premiere at last year’s Galway Film Fleadh, it played successfully at the Toronto Film Festival.
And then there’s the Sundance sensation that is Sing Street. Sure enough, all those films figured strongly when the nominations for the Film and TV Drama IFTAs were announced today. The film will be released in April 8th, just a few days before the IFTA ceremony.
Ó Meallaigh – The Callback Queen Jack Reynor – Sing Street Owen Roe – Pursuit Michael Smiley – My Name is Emily Actress in a Supporting Role Film Jane Brennan – Brooklyn Gemma-Leah Devereux – Get Up and Go Olwen Fouéré – The Survivalist Siobhan O’Kelly – An Klondike Ger Ryan – The Callback Queen Director Film Lenny Abrahamson –Room Paddy Breathnach –Viva John Carney –Sing Street John Crowley –Brooklyn Stephen Fingleton –The Survivalist Script Film John Carney – Sing Street Emma Donoghue – Room Simon Fitzmaurice – My Name is Emily Mark O’Halloran – Viva Johnny O’Reilly – Moscow Never Sleeps George Morrison Feature Documentary A Doctor’s Sword – Bob Jackson and Gary Lennon The Land of the Enlightened – Morgan Bushe and Bart Van Langendonck Mom and Me – Ken Wardrop Older Than Ireland – Alex Fegan Garry Walsh and Colm Nicell The Queen of Ireland – Ailish Bracken Short Film Change in the Weather – Muiris Crowley Ernestine and Kit – Kevin Barry The Great Wide Open – Ciaran Dooley How Was Your Day?
– Damien O’Donnell Love is a Sting – Vincent Gallagher Stutterer – Benjamin Cleary Animation A Coat Made Dark – Damien Byrne Geist – Daniel Spencera Tea with the Dead – Susan Broe Unhinged – Tom Caulfield International Film The Revenant Spotlight Mad Max Fury Road Ex Machina International Actor Leonard Di Caprio –The Revenant Matt Damon – The Martian Jacob Tremblay – Room Bryan Cranston –Trumbo International Actress Brie Larson – Room Cate Blanchett – Carol Charlotte Rampling –45 Years Rachel Griffith – Mammal Drama An Klondike Game of Thrones S5 Penny Dreadful S2 Rebellion Vikings Actor in a Lead Role in Drama Dara Devaney – An Klondike Colin Farrell – True Detective Stepehn Rea – Dickensian Aidan Turner – Poldark Barry Ward – Rebellion Actress in a Lead Role Drama Caitriona Balfe – Outlander Ruth Bradley – Rebellion Elaine Cassidy – No Offence Sarah Greene – Rebellion Catherine Walker – Critical Actor in a Supporting Role in Drama Liam Cunningham – Game of Thrones S5 Ned Dennehy – Dickensian Moe Dunford – Vikings Robert O’Mahoney – An Klondike Stephen Rea – War and Peace Actress in a Supporting Role in Drama Michelle Fairly – Rebellion Sarah Greene – Penny Dreadful Paula Malcomson – Ray Donovan Ruth Negga – Marvel Agents of S.
Everyone knew that the competition for this year’s Irish Film and Television Awards would be fiercer than ever before.
After all, both Brooklyn and Room had recently been nominated for best picture at the Oscars.
Another project that premiered at Galway managed, after a transformation, to cause confusion by excelling in both the television and film sections.
THE IFTA FILM AND TV DRAMA NOMINATIONS Brooklyn My Name is Emily Room Sing Street The Survivalist Viva Actor in a Lead Role Film Colin Farrell – The Lobster Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs Domhnall Gleeson – Ex Machina Barry Keoghan – Mammal Martin Mc Cann – The Survivalist Actress in a Lead Role Film Eva Birthistle – Swansong Ruth Bradley – Pursuit Orla Brady –The Price of Desire Evanna Lynch – My Name Is Emily Saoirse Ronan – Brooklyn Actor in a Supporting Role Film Domhnall Gleeson –Brooklyn Sean T. LD Victoria Smurfit – Once Upon a Time Director Drama Anthony Byrne – Ripper Street S4 Neasa Hardiman – Happy Valley Dathai Keane – An Klondike Brian Kirk – Penny Dreadful 2 Aisling Walsh – An Inspector Calls Script Drama Marcus Fleming – An Klondike Lisa Mc Gee –Indian Summers Billy Roche – Clean Break Colin Teevan –Rebellion Cinematography Seamus Deasy– My Name is Emily PJ Dillion –Vikings Robbie Ryan – Slow West Cathal Watters– Viva Editing Mick Mahon – The Queen of Ireland Nathan Nugent – Room Stephen O Connoll – Viva Emer Reynolds – My Name is Emily Production Design Tom Conroy – Legend Padraig O’Neill– An Klondike Paki Smith – Viva Derek Wallace – Rebellion Costume Design Joan Bergin – Vikings Allison Byrne – Rebellion Tiziana Corvisieri – Sing Street Triona Lillis – An Klondike Make-Up & Hair Sponsored By M.
The world just became a little more magical, with J. Rowling's unveiling of four new wizarding schools across the world.
Who needs a moat when you can have a school inside a volcano??
Not much information is given about the school, but Rowling has given hints about its ties to immigrant culture as well as its roots in Native American magic.
At the Celebration of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort Friday, actress Evanna Lynch (who played the lovely Luna Lovegood in the Hogwarts. The schools were revealed to be Ilvermorny, the American school located somewhere in New England, Castelobruxo in Brazil, Mahoutokoro in Japan, and the biggest wizarding school, Uagadou in Africa.
In addition to the announcement, the Pottermore account tweeted out a map of where the schools are located, and published some of Rowling's more in-depth descriptions of the schools., is located somewhere in New England.