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20 items from 2008


‘The Dark Knight’ Slideshow: 10-Image Gallery of New DVD, Blu-Ray Collector’s Sets

24 November 2008 12:57 PM, PST | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – In anticipation of the DVD and Blu-ray release of “The Dark Knight” on Dec. 9, 2008, we now have high-quality collector’s set images for your viewing pleasure and details about where to get them.

The Dark Knight” from director Chris Nolan stars Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart, Michael Caine, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Cillian Murphy, Chin Han, Eric Roberts and Anthony Michael Hall.

You can click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through this slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All image credits for this “The Dark Knight” slideshow are from here and here.

thedarkknight1: Best Buy will have a collector’s set in DVD and Blu-ray with a scaled-down version of the mask Heath Ledger wore as the Joker in the opening bank-robbery scene. thedarkknight2: Best Buy will have a collector’s set in DVD and Blu-ray with a »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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First Look: Robert Pattinson as Salvador Dalí in Little Ashes

29 October 2008 4:21 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

As much as I hate mentioning Twilight, I can't go about covering this unless I do just that. Twilight star Robert Pattinson (who plays the "adorable" Edward) already has another performance entirely shot and in the can. The film, titled Little Ashes, is about the young life and loves of well-known artist Salvador Dalí, filmmaker Luis Buñuel and writer Federico García Lorca in Madrid during the 1920's. So that makes two different Dalí projects, given this isn't the other biopic starring Al Pacino and Cillian Murphy. Normally I'd pass up writing about this until I knew more, but I'm a fan of Dalí's art and am curious to know more about his life. With that said, MTV has debuted the first few photos from the film. MTV explains that in the film, Pattinson (also seen in the photo above to the right) plays an 18-year-old Dalí who moves to Madrid »

- Alex Billington

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"Slumdog Millionaire" - Final Poster!

28 October 2008 12:28 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

We have the first poster for the Fox Searchlight Pictures acclaimed indie film "Slumdog Millionaire" starring Danny Boyle directs from the writing by Simon Beaufoy ("Blow Dry," "Yasmin," "Miss Pettigrew Lives for A Day"). Boyle has a fantastic resume including the unique comedy drama "Trainspotting" starring Ewan McGregor, cult horror favorite "28 Days Later," family film "Millions" and the more recent sci-fi actioner/thriller "Sunshine" starring Cillian Murphy and Chris Evans. »

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"Slumdog Millionaire" - Final Poster!

28 October 2008 12:28 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

We have the first poster for the Fox Searchlight Pictures acclaimed indie film "Slumdog Millionaire" starring Danny Boyle directs from the writing by Simon Beaufoy ("Blow Dry," "Yasmin," "Miss Pettigrew Lives for A Day"). Boyle has a fantastic resume including the unique comedy drama "Trainspotting" starring Ewan McGregor, cult horror favorite "28 Days Later," family film "Millions" and the more recent sci-fi actioner/thriller "Sunshine" starring Cillian Murphy and Chris Evans. »

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"Slumdog Millionaire" - Final Poster!

28 October 2008 12:28 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

We have the first poster for the Fox Searchlight Pictures acclaimed indie film "Slumdog Millionaire" starring Danny Boyle directs from the writing by Simon Beaufoy ("Blow Dry," "Yasmin," "Miss Pettigrew Lives for A Day"). Boyle has a fantastic resume including the unique comedy drama "Trainspotting" starring Ewan McGregor, cult horror favorite "28 Days Later," family film "Millions" and the more recent sci-fi actioner/thriller "Sunshine" starring Cillian Murphy and Chris Evans. What's this all about? Slumdog Millionaire is the story of Jamal Malik, an 18 year-old orphan from the slums of Mumbai, who is about to experience the biggest day of his life. With the whole nation watching, he is just one question away from winning a staggering 20 million rupees on India’s “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?”But when the show breaks for the night, police arrest him on suspicion of cheating; how could a street kid know so much? »

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"Slumdog Millionaire" - Final Poster!

28 October 2008 12:28 AM, PDT | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

We have the first poster for the Fox Searchlight Pictures acclaimed indie film "Slumdog Millionaire" starring Danny Boyle directs from the writing by Simon Beaufoy ("Blow Dry," "Yasmin," "Miss Pettigrew Lives for A Day"). Boyle has a fantastic resume including the unique comedy drama "Trainspotting" starring Ewan McGregor, cult horror favorite "28 Days Later," family film "Millions" and the more recent sci-fi actioner/thriller "Sunshine" starring Cillian Murphy and Chris Evans. »

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Scarecrow Kills Mad-Eye Moody's Henchman

27 October 2008 3:37 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Casting is underway for the upcoming comedy thriller Perrier's Bounty. According to Hr, director Ian Fitzgibbon nabbed Cillian Murphy, Jim Broadbent and Brendan Gleeson to star in his film. Gleeson will be taking on the role of Perrier, a gangster kingpin furious over the death of one of his men. His buddy's killer? Three unlikely fugitives. It seems as though Murphy's role may be one of those fugitives. Broadbent will be playing Murphy's long-lost father, but it's not clear whether or not his character plays a part in the accidental killing. But now back to Murphy. The actor is best known for his creepiest roles: one being Dr. Jonathon Crane, or the Scarecrow, in Batman Begins and the other as psychotic killer Jackson Rippner in Redeye. Although many actors tend to be typecast according to their biggest hits, Murphy is talented enough to break the trend. If he needs any »

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News Bites: Singleton Ditches 'A-Team', Glover in 'Wonderland', and 'Perrier's Bounty'

24 October 2008 8:32 AM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

You might have noticed that The A-Team news front has been pretty quiet lately. Back in March, the film got a June 12, 2009 release date, but that was it -- no cast, no news, no nothing. Now Variety reports that the film's release has been pushed back to June 2010 and that director John Singleton has left the project due to the studio wanting more rewrites on the script. I guess this gives them more time to figure out who, exactly, will make up this cast. Mr. T's pretty handy with computers, hacking into Wow and the like. Maybe he could save the day and get this beast moving forward!

When it comes to finding the right actors for a project Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, one should look no further than Mr. Crispin Glover. And yup, The Hollywood Reporter tells us Glover has indeed signed on to play the freaky Knave of Hearts. »

- Monika Bartyzel

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Cast assembles for 'Perrier's Bounty'

23 October 2008 7:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

London -- Cillian Murphy, Jim Broadbent and Brendan Gleeson have signed to star in Ian Fitzgibbon's sophomore outing "Perrier's Bounty," the producers said Thursday.

The movie, billed as a comedy thriller set in contemporary Dublin, is penned by Mark O'Rowe and revolves around three unlikely fugitives on the run from a gangster kingpin.

The film, scheduled to shoot from early November in Ireland, will be produced by Alan Moloney from Parallel Films and Stephen Woolley and Elizabeth Karlsen from Number 9 Films.

Fitzgibbon's movie is backed by the Irish Film Board and the Limelight and Premiere Picture funds. Optimum Releasing prebought U.K. and Irish rights. HanWay Films will handle worldwide sales, kicking them off at the upcoming American Film Market.

Murphy is set to play the lead with Broadbent as his long-lost father. Gleeson will take the role of Perrier. »

- By Stuart Kemp

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'The Dogs of Babel' Speak to Crowley

5 August 2008 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- What would you do if you came home one day and found your wife dead in the yard with your seemingly protection-deficient dog standing idly by? Well if you’re linguistics professor Paul Iverson you set about trying to teach said dog to talk in hopes of gaining some insight into the tragedy, of course. Sounds like a Charlie Kaufman premise, but it’s actually the zany plot of The Dogs of Babel. Hipster indie house Mandate Pictures, who brought us last year’s 'it' flick Juno, have optioned the Carolyn Parkhurst novel and tapped Irish stage and screen director John Crowley to helm the project. Crowley made a splash with his debut film Intermission, the minor Danny Boyle riff featuring an Emerald Isle who’s who cast including Colin Farrell, Cillian Murphy, and Kelly Macdonald. His latest, the Jonathan Trigwell adaptation Boy A, had its U.S. premiere »

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Keira Knightley Happy to Go Nude on Film

19 June 2008 4:45 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Keira Knightley has no problem appearing in the buff for her latest film. In fact, she says it's becoming a habit. "I always bare my breasts," she said at the press conference to promote The Edge of Love Wednesday at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. "It's not like it's only in this film!" The British actress, 23, is best known for the Pirates of the Caribbean films; last year she went au naturale in the period drama Atonement.Referring to a scene in the wartime romance The Edge of Love with her onscreen husband Cillian Murphy, Knightley said: "It was very simple. »

- Monique Jessen

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Film Review: The Edge of Love

17 June 2008 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Edinburgh International Film Festival

EDINBURGH, Scotland -- A poet, a warrior and their two lovers form a complicated quartet in John Maybury's "The Edge of Love", a story of wartime romance in which fidelity and trust are put to the strictest test. It opened the Edinburgh International Film Festival.

The poet is extraordinary Welshman Dylan Thomas, played with echoes of the young Richard Burton by Matthew Rhys, but the film's literary appeal is made broader because of excellent playing by Keira Knightley and Sienna Miller as the main women in his life. Capturing superbly the claustrophobic atmosphere of London in the Blitz during World War II and measuring the irreconcilable differences between love and war and poetry and combat, the film succeeds as a deeply involving study of men and women caught up in a whirlwind beyond their control.

It will take careful marketing for the film to find its audience, but the big names involved, the ongoing fascination with Thomas and excellent music supplied by veteran Angelo Badalamenti all serve it well.

Sharman Macdonald's astute screenplay swiftly sets up the dynamic between the foursome. Thomas is a sweet, gifted man who can be a right bastard. As the film starts, he is writing propaganda films as a conscientious objector. In a London pub, he runs into his childhood sweetheart, Vera (Knightley), who is a talented singer reduced to performances in London Underground stations while the Nazi bombs fall.

To Vera's dismay, Thomas has a cheerfully unfaithful wife, Caitlin (Miller), but the two fast become friends and turn into a threesome. That relationship is disturbed, however, when soldier William Killick (Cillian Murphy) falls in love with Vera and sets out to woo her. The film follows their story as Killick is sent off to battle and Vera becomes pregnant. When the warrior returns much changed, there is a seismic shift that affects all of them.

Maybury draws terrific performances from his cast. Rhys (ABC's "Brothers & Sisters") reads Thomas' poetry wonderfully and plays the Welsh icon with warts and all. Murphy also brings poetry to the role of the warrior.

But the film belongs to the women, with Knightley going from strength to strength (and showing she can sing!) and Miller again proving that she has everything it takes to be a major movie star.

Production: Capitol Films and BBC Films present in association with the Wales Creative IP Fund and Prescience Film Partners 2 a Sarah Radclyffe/Rainy Day Films. Cast: Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Cillian Murphy, Matthew Rhys. Director: John Maybury. Screenwriter: Sharman Macdonald. Producers: Rebekah Gilbertson, Sarah Radcliffe. Running time 109 minutes. Executive producer: David Bergstein, Paul Brett, Linda James, Hannah Leader, Nick Hill, Joe Oppenheimer, Tim Smith, David M. Thompson. Director of Photography: Jonathan Freeman. Production Designer: Alan MacDonald. Music: Angelo Badalamenti. Costume designer: April Ferry. Editor: Emma E. Hickox. Sales: Capitol.

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Murphy Blasts Knightley Paparazzi

10 June 2008 9:08 AM, PDT | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Irish actor Cillian Murphy has slammed the paparazzi for stalking his co-stars Keira Knightley and Sienna Miller on the U.K. set of their forthcoming movie The Edge Of Love.

The star claims the actresses were harassed daily by the British press - and admits watching the photographers' behaviour made him feel uncomfortable.

He tells Britain's Harper's Bazaar magazine, "It's not a pleasant thing to witness happening to such cool girls, and it makes it very hard for them to concentrate on their job.

"I totally admire them for putting up with it - if I walked out of my house every morning and there were 15 men waiting to photograph me, I couldn't do it." »

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Susan Sarandon, Josh Lucas join 'Peacock'

5 May 2008 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Susan Sarandon, Bill Pullman and Josh Lucas are joining Cillian Murphy and Ellen Page in Michael Lander's psychological thriller Peacock.

Mandate Pictures and producer Barry Mendel's film is set in Peacock, Neb., where a train crashes into the backyard of a bank clerk (Murphy), revealing a woman no one knew lived there.

Lucas will play his friend and a local cop, Pullman is cast as his supervisor and Sarandon will portray the mayor's wife, who runs the local women's shelter. Page will play a woman from the clerk's past who might hold the secret to the Mystery Woman.

Lander co-wrote the screenplay with co-producer Ryan Roy. Production begins this month in Iowa.

Mandate's Nathan Kahane and Nicole Brown will executive produce, and their outfit's international arm is repping the film's Festival de Cannes sales. »

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'Edge of Love' to open Edinburgh fest

10 April 2008 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

LONDON -- John Maybury's The Edge of Love will open this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Maybury's biopic of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas should give the Scottish capital set event some glitz and glamour with a cast which includes Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Matthew Rhys and Cillian Murphy.

Organizers said Knightley, Miller, Rhys and Maybury are expected to attend the gala event June 18.

This year's Edinburgh film shindig is the first time it will unfold in June having previously always occupied an August slot. The festival runs June 18-29.

Maybury's romantic love triangle film is produced by Rebekah Gilbertson and Sarah Radclyffe, co-produced by Huw Penallt Jones and Bill Godfrey and executive produced by David Berstein, Linda James, Hannah Leader, Joe Oppenheimer, Tim Smith and David M. Thompson.

"It's a film that I personally adore, and opening with it is the perfect expression of our commitment to intelligent, impassioned, exciting new filmmaking," festival artistic director Hannah McGill said. »

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It's 'High Noon' For Bayne and Other Big Names!

2 April 2008 11:00 AM, PDT | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

A recent blog update was discovered at Jordan Bayne's MySpace page where she reveals a ton of info on an upcoming horror western entitled High Noon. According to her blog she will be co-starring alongside the awesome Rutger Hauer, Sean Bean (The Hitcher) and Cillian Murphy (28 Days Later) with John Woo in talks to executive produce. Bayne writes on her blog, "Think "Lost Boys" meets "The Magnificent Seven". And my writing partner Asim Ahmad is also the producer through his company Solar Eclipse. Originally we were supposed to begin shooting in February 08 but it has been pushed [for a great reason which I am not at liberty to divulge quite yet] to August 08." Watch for more news as it comes in. »

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The 2005 Blacklist Update: Where are they Now?

10 March 2008 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Call this a post-Oscars afterthought, but I think the inaugural 2005 blacklist for un-produced screenplays is working out to be a fairly good predictor/barometer in discriminating the output of quality films and misfires. The 2005 list (get the full view by scrolling down) had slotted Diablo Cody's Juno as the number two and Nancy Oliver's Lars and the Real Girl as the number three favorites - both were nominated for Best Original Screenplay and we know who won this year. Peter Morgan's The Queen who also happens to be on this list won the previous year. Curiously, filtering through this lengthy list there are a slew of titles that have already hit DVD shelves, or are weeks away from getting a release in theaters and then you have a few that are in various production stages. I was curious in researching some of the top titles, updating those that are familiar, »

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Page out of 'Hell'

3 March 2008 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

It looks as if Ellen Page has not been dragged to hell after all.

Page has dropped out of Drag Me to Hell, Sam Raimi's return to horror being produced by Ghost House Pictures and Mandate Pictures. Universal is distributing the movie domestically.

The production is being shoved back due to a longer than anticipated pre-production process. Pushing the start date caused a conflict with the two other projects Page has lined up, both for Mandate: Whip it! a roller derby comedy being directed by Drew Barrymore and Peacock, a thriller also starring Cillian Murphy. Part of the time crunch will be the intense physical prep that Page is planning to undergo for "Whip It!"

"We were racing to start production so that we could accommodate Ellen's schedule," Ghost House and Mandate said in a statement. "But like so many other productions trying to start before the potential SAG strike date, this one needed more time and we had to push back the start of production."

The rush is now on to fill the part, that of a woman who is the unwitting recipient of a supernatural curse. »

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Wuthering Heights once more? Maybury to direct new big-screen adaptation

1 February 2008 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Years 2008 and 2009 are the slowly becoming the new 1939. Gulp! Diane English remade and will release George Cukor's 1939 film The Women and just announced today,  the filmmaker behind The Jacket and the just completed The Edge of Love (starring Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Cillian Murphy and Matthew Rhys) will take on Wuthering Heights (the more popular version was the 1939 William Wyler adaptation). Written by Olivia Hetreed (Girl With a Pearl Earring) the pick will be produced by Ecosse's Robert Bernstein and Douglas Rae and Screen Daily quotes John Maybury stating "a UK shoot is likely – "It's about landscape as much as about character". Maybury was attached to direct Come Like Shadows (an adaptation of Shakespeare's "Macbeth") no word on what the status is on that project. »

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'Kings,' 'Garage' vie for Irish Academy nods

12 January 2008 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

LONDON -- Tom Collins' Irish-language movie "Kings" has scooped a regal 14 nominations in the race for the fifth annual Irish Film and Television Awards.

Presented by the Irish Film and Television Academy, "Kings" took the most nominations ahead of its closest challenger, Lenny Abrahamson's "Garage", which scored 11.

Both "Kings" and "Garage" will compete for the top film award alongside Julian Jarrold's Jane Austen biopic "Becoming Jane", Richard Attenborough's Northern Irish film "Closing the Ring" and Paddy Breathnach's horror film "Shrooms".

"Kings" and "Garage" also count nominations in the director and script categories.

Colm Meaney ("Kings") and Pat Shortt ("Garage") will battle it out with Cillian Murphy ("Sunshine"), Gabriel Byrne ("Jindabyne") and Hugh O'Conor ("Speed Dating") for the lead actor nod.

"Garage" director Abrahamson and the film's writer, Mark O'Halloran, also each have a second nomination in the director TV and script for television categories, respectively, for the RTE drama "Prosperity", which garnered a total of five television category nominations.

In the television categories, TG4's Irish-language series "The Running Mate" scored eight nominations, as has TV3's primetime period drama "The Tudors". Both titles also have strong acting nominations, including Denis Conway, Don Wycherley and Jonathan Rhys Meyers for the prestigious lead actor television award.

"It has been another strong year for Irish talent with world-class Irish production, and IFTA Academy Members have selected titles across a very interesting mix of genres and styles with the Irish language a strong feature coming through this year across both film and television," IFTA CEO Aine Moriarty said.

The awards will be dished out Feb. 17 at Dublin's Gaiety Theater and broadcast in primetime on RTE One.

A complete list of nominees follows:

FILM CATEGORIES

Film

"Becoming Jane"

"Closing the Ring"

"Garage"

"Kings"

"Shrooms"

International film

"Atonement"

"The Bourne Ultimatum"

"La Vie en Rose"

"The Lives of Others"

Director, film

Lenny Abrahamson -- "Garage"

Paddy Breathnach -- "Shrooms"

Tom Collins -- "Kings"

John Crowley -- "Boy A"

Robert Quinn -- "Cre na Cille"

Script, film

Tom Collins -- "Kings"

Mark O'Halloran -- "Garage"

Mark O'Rowe -- "Boy A"

Stuart Townsend -- "Battle in Seattle"

Actor in a lead role, film

Gabriel Byrne -- "Jindabyne"

Colm Meaney -- "Kings"

Cillian Murphy -- "Sunshine"

Hugh O'Conor -- "Speed Dating"

Pat Shortt -- "Garage"

Actor in a supporting role, Film

Brendan Conroy -- "Kings"

Donal O'Kelly -- "Kings"

Conor J Ryan -- "Garage"

Don Wycherley -- "Speed Dating"

Actress in a supporting role, film

Elaine Cassidy -- "And When Did You Last See Your Father"

Anne Marie Duff -- "Garage"

Gail Fitzpatrick -- "Strength and Honor"

Saoirse Ronan -- "Atonement"

TELEVISION DRAMA

Single drama/drama serial

"Damage"

"My Boy Jack"

"Prosperity"

"The Running Mate"

Drama series/soap

"The Clinic"

"Ros na Run"

"Single-Handed"

"The Tudors"

Director, television

Lenny Abrahamson -- "Prosperity"

Brian Kirk -- "The Tudors"

Paul Mercier -- "Aifric"

Declan Recks -- "The Running Mate"

Script, television

Marcus Fleming -- "The Running Mate"

Mark O'Halloran -- "Prosperity"

Daniel O'Hara, Paddy C.Courtney -- "Paddywhackery"

Aisling Walsh -- "Damage"

Actor in a lead role -- television

Denis Conway -- "The Running Mate"

Michael Gambon -- "Celebration"

Jonathan Rhys Meyers -- "The Tudors"

Don Wycherley -- "The Running Mate"

Actor in a supporting role, television

Nick Dunning -- "The Tudors"

Leroy Harris -- "Prosperity"

Eamonn Hunt -- "The Running Mate"

Gary Lydon -- "The Clinic"

Actress in a lead role, film/television

Cliona Ni Chiosain -- "Aifric"

Fionnula Flanagan -- "Brotherhood"

Brid Ni Neachtain -- "Cre na Cille"

Aisling O'Sullivan -- "The Clinic"

Siobhan Shanahan -- "Prosperity"

Actress in a supporting role, television

Dawn Bradfield -- "The Clinic"

Maria Doyle Kennedy -- "The Tudors"

Fionnula Flanagan -- "Paddywhackery"

Amy Huberman -- "The Clinic"

CRAFT CATEGORIES

Costume design

Joan Bergin -- "The Tudors"

Maggie Donnelly -- "Kings"

Lorna Marie Mugan -- "My Boy Jack"

Eimer Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh -- "Becoming Jane"

Director of photography

PJ Dillon -- "Kings"

Seamus McGarvey -- "Atonement"

Peter Robertson -- "Garage"

Ciaran Tanham -- "Northanger Abbey"

Editing

Dermot Diskin -- "Kings"

Stephen O'Connell -- "Damage"

Isobel Stephenson -- "Garage"

Gareth Young -- "The Running Mate"

Hair and makeup

"Kings" -- Muriel Bell, Pamela Smyt

"My Boy Jack" -- Morna Ferguson, Lorraine Glynn

"Prosperity" -- Tom McInerney, Sandra Kelly

"The Tudors" -- Jennifer Hegarty, Dee Corcoran

Original score

Pol Brennan -- "Kings"

Jim Lockhart -- "Cre na Cille"

Stephen McKeon -- "The Running Mate"

Stephen Rennicks -- "Garage"

Production design

Tom Conroy -- "The Tudors"

David Craig -- "Kings"

Tom Mc Cullagh -- "Closing the Ring"

Padraig O'Neill -- "Garage"

Sound

"Becoming Jane" -- Nick Adams, Tom Johnson, Mervyn Moor

"Garage" -- Niall Brady, John Fitzgerald, Robert Flanagan

"Kings" -- Ken Galvin, Ronan Hill, Dominic Weaver

"My Boy Jack" -- Brendan Deasy, Ken Galvin, Nikki Moss

TELEVISION CATEGORIES

Children's/youth program

"Aifric"

"The Cafe"

"Cula Cairde"

"Skunk Fu!"

Current affairs program

"Election 2007 -- Results Coverage" (RTE)

"Prime Time Investigates -- Buyer Beware" (RTE)

"Prime Time Investigates -- Not Seen, Not Heard" (RTE)

"Spotlight: The Pitbull Sting" (BBC Northern Ireland)

Documentary series

"The Hospice"

"Imeacht Na N'Iarlai /Flight of The Earls / Flight of the Earls"

"Mobs Mheircea"

"Surgeons"

Single documentary

"Arts Lives: The Undertaking"

"At Home with the Clearys"

"Bloody Sunday -- A Derry Diary"

"Get Collins"

"Ireland's Nazis"

"Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten"

Entertainment

"Dan & Becs"

"Killinaskully"

"Naked Camera"

"The Podge & Rodge Show"

Factual entertainment

"Diarmuid's Pony Kids"

"Families in Trouble"

"Hector -- Mo Rogha San Oz"

"No Experience Required"

News program

"BBC Newsline" -- BBC Northern Ireland

"Nuacht" -- TG4

"RTE News" -- RTE

"TV3 News" -- TV3

Sport

"20 Moments That Shook Irish Sport"

"Red Mist"

"Rugby World Cup 2007"

"Six Nations: Ireland's v England"

"Tall, Dark & O hAilpin"

OTHER CATEGORIES

Special Irish-language award

"Aifric"

"Cre na Cille"

"Kings"

"Paddywhackery"

Rising Star Award

Cecilia Ahern -- Writer

Mark Mahon -- Producer

Martin McCann -- Actor

Marion Quinn -- Director

Saoirse Ronan -- Actress

Pantene People's Choice Award for Best International Actress

Cate Blanchett -- "Elizabeth: The Golden Age"

Jodie Foster -- "The Brave One"

Keira Knightley -- "Atonement"

Hilary Swank -- "P.S. I Love You" »

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