The IFTA's took place last night in the Mansion House.
The awards were hosted by comedian and actress Deirdre O'Kane.
The comedy drama 'A Date for Mad Mary' won the Best Film award.
Check out the full list of winners below!
Best Film: A Date For Mad Mary
Best Drama: Vikings
Best Leading Actor in Film: Colm Meaney in The Journey
Best Supporting Actor in Film: Jason O’Mara in The Siege Of Jadotville
Best Leading Actress in Film: Ruth Negga in Loving
Best Supporting Actress in Film: Charleigh Bailey in A Date For Mad Mary
Best Leading Actor in Drama: Cillian Murphy in Peaky Blinders
Best Supporting Actor in Drama: Ned Dennehy in An Klondike
Best Leading Actress in Drama: Amy Huberman in Striking Out
Best Supporting Actress in Drama: Charlie Murphy in Happy Valley
Best Director in Film: Richie Smyth for The Siege Of Jadotville
Best Director in Drama: Dathai Keane for An Klondike
Best Script in Film: Peter Foott for The Young Offenders
Best Script in Drama: James Phelan for Wrecking The Rising
Best Short Film: Heartbreak by Dave Tynan and starring Emmet Kirwan
George Morrison Award for Best Feature Documentary: Mattress Men
Rising Star: Patrick Gibson
Best Director Of Photography: Seamus McGarvey for Nocturnal Animals
Best Animation: Vincent Gallagher for Second To None
Best VFX: Tim Chauncey for The Siege Of Jadotville
Best Sound: Niall Brady, Ken Galvin and Steve Fanagan for Tomato Red
Best Production Design: Derek Wallace for The Secret Scripture
Best Costume Design: Consolata Boyle for Florence Foster Jenkins
Best Editing: Nick Emerson for I Am Not A Serial Killer
Best Original Score: Brian Byrne for The Secret Scripture
Best Make-Up & Hair: Tom McInerney and Dee Corcoran for Vikings
The celebs were out in full force for the event.
Even Brian O'Driscoll, who couldn't make the awards congratulated his wife on her win! How cute?!