The Irish are ruling Awards season this year!
And with the weekend gone by, it’s safe to say we weren’t left disappointed.
Yes, The London Critics’ Circle Film Awards honoured Oscar-nominated Irish talent on Sunday night, with An Cailín Ciúin (The Quiet Girl), The Banshees of Inisherin, writer-director Martin McDonagh and actors Colin Farrell, Kerry Condon and Barry Keoghan among the winners.
The ceremony honours excellence in film each year, with a number of special and honorary awards presented throughout the night.
The remarkable An Cailín Ciúin shared the Foreign-Language Film of the Year award along with Descion to Leave.
While, Banshees led the awards count with five, including the Attenborough Award for British/Irish film of the year.
Martin McDonagh took home Screenwriter of the year followed by Colin Farrell who was named Actor of the Year.
While Banshees Co-stars Kerry Condon and Barry Keoghan won Supporting Actress and Supporting Actor of the Year, respectively.
Attention now turns to another big night for Irish talent at the British Academy Film Awards – the BAFTAs which takes place in London on Sunday 19th February.
Not to mention the 95th Oscars in March.
We’ll keep you posted!