The winners of the 9th Annual Irish Film & Television Awards were announced at a Gala Awards Ceremony held at the Convention Centre Dublin last night.

Check out the red carpet glamour here:

Irish crime-drama Love/Hate took home seven awards including IFTAs for Best Drama, Best Director (David Caffrey) and Writer TV (Stuart Carolan).

Love/Hate actors Aidan Gillen, Denise McCormack and Tom Vaughan Lawlor received IFTAs for Actor Lead TV Drama, Actress Support TV Drama and Actor Support TV Drama respectively, with the series' seventh IFTA going to editor Isobel Stephenson.

Winning big in the film categories, The Guard also received the IFTA for Best Film, with writer/director John Michael McDonagh named Best Director, Best Screenwriter and the Irish Film Board Rising Star for his feature directorial debut.

The winners in full below:

BEST FILM:
The Guard - Chris Clark, Flora Fernandez Marengo, Ed Guiney, Andrew Lowe (Reprisal Films / Element Pictures)

DIRECTOR FILM:
John Michael McDonagh - The Guard (Reprisal Films / Element Pictures )

SCRIPT FILM:
John Michael McDonagh - The Guard (Reprisal Films / Element Pictures )

ACTOR - FILM:
Michael Fassbender - Shame (Momentum Pictures)

ACTRESS -FILM:
Saoirse Ronan - Hanna (Universal Films)

SUPPORTING ACTOR - FILM:
Chris O'Dowd - Bridesmaids (Universal Pictures)

SUPPORTING ACTRESS - FILM:
Fionnula Flanagan - The Guard (Reprisal Films / Element Pictures )

GEORGE MORRISON FEATURE DOCUMENTARY AWARD:
Bernadette; Notes on a Political Journey- Lelia Doolan, (Digital Quilts)

SPECIAL IRISH LANGUAGE AWARD:
Corp + Anam - Paddy Hayes (Magamedia)

ANIMATION:
The Boy in the Bubble - Kealan O' Rourke (Igloo Films)

PHILIPS SHORT FILM AWARD:
Foxes - Lorcan Finnegan (Lovely Productions)

INTERNATIONAL FILM:
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (StudioCanal)

INTERNATIONAL ACTOR:
Ryan Gosling - Drive (Eclipse Pictures)

INTERNATIONAL ACTRESS:
Glenn Close, Albert Nobbs (Parallel Film Productions)

BEST DRAMA, IN ASSOCIATION WITH BAI:
Love/Hate - Suzanne McAuley & Steve Mattews (Octagon Films)

DIRECTOR TELEVISION DRAMA:
David Caffrey - Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

WRITER TELEVISION DRAMA:
Stuart Carolan - Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

ACTOR - TELEVISION:
Aidan Gillen - Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

ACTRESS - TELEVISION:
Ruth Negga - Shirley (Prospect Cymru Wales)

SUPPORTING ACTOR - TELEVISION:
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor - Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

SUPPORTING ACTRESS - TELEVISION:
Denise McCormack - Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

COSTUME DESIGN (FILM / TV DRAMA):
Consolata Boyle - The Iron Lady (Eclipse Pictures)

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY (FILM / TV DRAMA):
Seamus McGarvey - We Need To Talk About Kevin (Artificial Eye)

EDITING (FILM / TV DRAMA):
Isobel Stephenson - Love/Hate (Octagon Films)

M.A.C MAKE-UP & HAIR (FILM / TV DRAMA):
Lorraine Glynn / Lynn Johnston - Albert Nobbs (Parallel Film Productions)

ORIGINAL SCORE (FILM / TV DRAMA):
Brian Byrne - Albert Nobbs (Parallel Film Productions)

PRODUCTION DESIGN (FILM / TV DRAMA):
Anna Rackard - Stella Days (Newgrange Pictures)

SOUND (FILM / TV DRAMA):
Albert Nobbs - Brendan Deasy, Niall Brady, Michelle Cunniffe, Steve Fanagan (Parallel Film Productions)

DIRECTOR TELEVISION:
Gary Keane - The Writing in the Sky (Real Films)

EDITING TELEVISION:
Ray Roantree - The Ashes of 9/11 (RTÉ)

SOUND TELEVISION:
The Writing in the Sky - Killian Fitzgerald/Aza Hand (Real Films)

CHILDREN'S / YOUTH PROGRAMME:
The Importance of Being Whatever - Martina Niland & David Collins (Accomplice TV)

CURRENT AFFAIRS / NEWS:
Prime Time Investigates: The Home Care Scandal - Adrian Lydon (RTÉ)

DOCUMENTARY SERIES:
Waterways - Stephen Rooke (Tile Films)

DOCUMENTARY:
The Blood of the Travellers - Liam McGrath (Scratch Films)

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME:
Mrs Brown's Boys - Brendan O'Carroll & Justin Healy (BBC / RTÉ)

FACTUAL PROGRAMME:
The Only Viking in the Village - Anne Heffernan & Bernadine Carraher (Mind the Gap)

REALITY PROGRAMME:
ICA Bootcamp (Independent Pictures)

SPORTS:
Eamonn Coghlan - Man on a Mission - (Motive Television)

IRISH FILM BOARD RISING STAR:
John Michael McDonagh