The Irish Film and Television Academy have announced their nominations for this year's award ceremony which will take place on April 8 in the Mansion House in Dublin.
Fresh for her Oscar nod over in the States, Ruth Negga has been recognised with a nomination for best actress for her critically-acclaimed role in Loving. She faces competition from Caoilfhionn Dunne, (In View) Seana Kerslake, (A Date For Mad Mary) and Aisling Loftus (Property of the State).
Speaking at the announcement, Academy CEO, Aine Moriarty said:
“These great Irish Nominees are a testament to the hard work and achievements by Irish creative talent within the film and television industry, delivering world-class standards of work and we look forward to showcasing and celebrating their achievements at the Awards Ceremony”.
Here's a list of the some of the more high-profile awards and you can read more by clicking here:
A Date for Mad Mary
Love & Friendship
The Siege of Jadotville
The Secret Scripture
The Young Offenders
Peter Foott, The Young Offenders
Jim Sheridan, The Secret Scripture
Richie Smyth, The Siege of Jadotville
Darren Thornton, A Date for Mad Mary
Jamie Dornan, The Siege of Jadotville
Michael Fassbender, The Light Between Oceans
Colm Meaney, The Journey
Alex Murphy, The Young Offenders
Mark O’Halloran, History’s Future
Caoilfhionn Dunne, In View
Seana Kerslake, A Date For Mad Mary
Aisling Loftus, Property of the State
Ruth Negga, Loving
Catherine Walker, A Dark Song