Awards for 2004

IFTA Award

Best Film Director

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Actor

WINNER

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Best Actress

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Cinematography

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Costume Design

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Editing

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Hair/Makeup

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Music

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Irish Language Short/Animated Film/Programme

WINNER

NOMINEES


Léargas
For episode "Ná Lig Sinn i nDearmad".


Best Short Film

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Documentary

WINNER

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Best Script

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Animation

WINNER

Animated Tales of the World
For episode "The Boy Who Had No Story".

NOMINEES




The Life and Death of Peter Sellers
For its opening title sequence.

Best Children's/Youth Programme

WINNER

Animated Tales of the World
For episode "The Boy Who Had No Story".

NOMINEES


ID+


Best Sports Programme

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Current Affairs/News Programme

WINNER

Prime Time: Janet Traynor, Keelin Shanley
For the feature "Intellectual Disability".

NOMINEES

Prime Time
For the feature "Congo Heart of Africa."

Prime Time: Neasa Hardiman, Keelin Shanley
For the feature "Ireland's Teenage Criminals".

Prime Time: Niamh O'Connor, Paul Rouse
For the feature "The Lost Generation".

Spotlight: Andrew Martin, Declan Lawn
For the feature "Superdollar Plot".

Best Production Design

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Lifestyle Programme

WINNER

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Best Entertainment Programme

WINNER

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Best New Talent

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Irish Film

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Actor in a TV Drama

WINNER

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Best Actress in a TV Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Supporting Actor in Film/TV

WINNER

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Best Supporting Actress in Film/TV

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best TV Drama or Drama Series/Soap

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Irish Contribution to Cinema

WINNER

Lifetime Achievement Award

WINNER

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