The Galway Film Fleadh awards laurels in:

  • 8 audience-voted feature film award categories
  • 9 jury-voted short film award categories (2 of which qualify the winner for the Oscar© longlist in that category)

Further individual awards include:

  • A script pitching award
  • The Bingham Ray New Talent Award in association with Magnolia Pictures
  • The Fleadh’s highest honour, The Galway Hooker
Best Irish First Feature

in association with

Telegael
Best Irish Feature

in association with

Volta
Best Irish Feature Documentary

in association with

The Insurance Shop

on behalf of

Chubb film policies from The Insurance Shop
Best Human Rights Feature

in association with

Amnesty International
Best Cinematography in an Irish Feature

Kate McCullough, It’s Not Yet Dark

in association with

Teach Solais
Best International Feature
Best International First Feature
Best International Feature Documentary
Oscar qualifying
The James Horgan Award for Best Short Animation
Oscar qualifying
The Tiernan McBride Award for Best Short Drama

in association with

Network Television Ireland
The Donal Gilligan Award for Best Cinematography in a Short Film

in association with

Irish Society of Cinematographers
Best First Short Animation Award

in association with

Cartoon Saloon
Best First Short Drama

in association with

Mazars
The Best Short Documentary Award
The Don Quijote Award for Best Animated Short Film
Best Animated Sequence in a Short Film
The One Minute Film Festival

Carolyn Wagner, Something Borrowed

in association with

Galway Film Centre
The Bingham Ray New Talent Award

in association with

Magnolia Pictures
The Galway Hooker
Pitching Competition

Janet Hayes, Edges

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