Stanley Tucci has been presented with a Volta Award at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival 2014.
The actor was in Dublin on Saturday, where he took part in a JDIFF public interview in the Light House Cinema and was presented with the award by Love/Hate actor Killian Scott.
Nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for The Lovely Bones, The Hunger Games star has appeared in over 50 films, in addition to his writing and producing work.
The Volta Award, named after Ireland's first cinema which was established by James Joyce, celebrates individuals who make a significant contribution to the world of film.
JDIFF runs until Sunday February 23. For further information, visit the website: jdiff.com.
Killian Scott presented Stanley Tucci with a Volta Award