Full list of winners from IFTAs big night of glitz and glamour
It was a night of glitz and glamour at Dublin's Mansion House for the annual IFTA Film and Drama Awards.
Some of Ireland's most well-known actors from the big and small screens were out in force for the bash.
Miriam O'Callaghan was all smiles on the red carpet and revealed she would be skipping the after party in favour of attending her daughter Alannah's hen party.
Former model Alannah got engaged last April to barrister Fiachra Breathnach and with her big day just around the corner, the O'Callaghan family were out to celebrate.
"I'm looking forward to tonight because I'm presenting an award as usual but then I am hotfooting it to my daughter's hen party," she told Independent.ie.
"My mother, who is in her 80s, my four daughters, my cousins, we're all at it. It's in a restaurant in Dublin."
The Prime Time presenter remained tight lipped on the finer details of her daughter's wedding but did say she plans on wearing a "long red dress" to the ceremony.
Unfortunately for the legions of fans who lined the red carpet, nominated stars like Aidan Turner, Ruth Negga, Michael Fassbender and Jamie Dornan were all no shows at the event.
Comedian Deirdre O'Kane returned for a second year in a row to host.
"There's always a bit of very healthy adrenaline but I love this gig, I really like doing this," she said.
Legendary actor Michael Gambon was set to receive a Lifetime Achievement award for his contributions to film but was forced to pull out after he was taken into hospital earlier this week.
The actor, who is said to be recovering well, was "devastated" not to make the ceremony and he will instead receive his award at a special ceremony later this year.
The full list of winners at this year's awards were:
Best Supporting Actress in Film - Charleigh Bailey - A Date For Mad Mary
Best Supporting Actor in Film - Ned Dennehy - An Klondike
Best Script - James Phelan - Wrecking The Rising
Best Animation - Second To None - Vincent Gallagher
Best Short Film - Heartbreak - Dave Tynan
Best Make Up and Hair – Dee Corcoran and Tom McInerney - Vikings
Best Supporting Actress in Drama - Charlie Murphy - Happy Valley
George Morrison Award for Best Feature Documentary - Mattress Men
Costume Design - Consolata Boyle - Florence Foster Jenkins
Best Editing - Nick Emerson - I Am Not A Serial Killer
Original Score - Bryan Byrne - Secret Scripture
Best Director - Dathai Keane - An Klondike
Best Lead Actress in Drama - Amy Huberman - Striking Out
Best Lead Actor in Drama - Cillian Murphy - Peaky Blinders
Rising Star - Patrick Gibson
Best Script in Film - Peter Foott - Young Offenders
Best Production Design - Derek Wallace - Secret Scripture
Best Supporting Actor in Film - Jason O'Mara - Seige of Jadotville
Best Lead Actor in Film Colm Meaney - The Journey
Best Lead Actress in Film – Ruth Negga - Loving
Best Film - A Date For Mad Mary
Best Drama - Vikings