Gerard Barrett's Glassland and Terry McMahon's Patrick's Day shared the Best Irish Feature award at the Galway Film Fleadh at the weekend.

Stephen Bradley's Christina Noble biopic Noble was named runner-up in the category.

Frank Berry's I Used to Live Here won Best Irish First Feature. 

The award went for Best International Feature went to Obvious Child with The Enemy Within in second place.

Still won Best International First Feature and Rhymes for Young Ghouls was the runner-up.

The Best Irish Feature Documentary award was shared by Blood Fruit and One Million Dubliners with A City Dreaming in second place.

Best International Feature Documentary went to The Breach with Brave Miss World in second place.

The award for Best Animation went to Fresh Cut Grass with a Special Mention for Marrying the Sea.

The award for Best Short Drama was won by Rockmount with a Special Mention for Boogaloo & Graham.

The Best First Short Animation Award was won by A Girl's Best Friend with Forgot receiving a Special Mention.

The award for Best Short Drama was won by The Swing with a Special Mention for Luke.

The Best Short Documentary award was shared by The Sisters and Inez – A Challenging Woman

The Best Human Rights Feature award went to African Pride by RTÉ News journalist Laura Fletcher.

Producer AnneMarie Naughton won the Bingham Ray New Talent Award.

Actress Brenda Fricker and production company Brown Bag Films were honoured for their contributions to the Irish film industry.

The Winners

The James Horgan Award for Best Animation

Special Mention: Marrying the Sea
Winner: Fresh Cut Grass

The Tiernan McBride Award For Best Short Drama
Special Mention: Boogaloo & Graham
Winner: Rockmount

The Donal Gilligan Award for Best Cinematography In A Short Film 
Special Mention:
The Swing
Winner: Patrick Jordan for Volkswagen Joe

The Best First Short Animation Award
Special Mention: Forgot
Winner: A Girl's Best Friend

The Best First Short Drama Award
Special Mention:
Luke
Winner: The Swing

The Best Short Documentary Award
Joint Winners:
The Sisters and Inez – A Challenging Woman

Best Animation Sequence in a Short Film
Special Mention: Somewhere Down the Line
Winner: Vertical Horizons

The Don Quijote Award for Animation in a Short Film:  
Special Mention: Shoot
Winner: Deadly

Feature Film Audience Awards

Best Irish First Feature
Winner: I Used to Live Here

Best International First Feature
Second Place: Rhymes for Young Ghouls
Winner: Still

Best Irish Feature 
Second Place: Noble
Joint Winners: Glassland and Patricks Day

Best International Feature
Second Place: The Enemy Within
Winner: Obvious Child

Best Irish Feature Documentary 
Second Place: A City Dreaming
Joint Winners: Blood Fruit and One Million Dubliners

Best International Feature Documentary 
Second Place: Brave Miss World
Winner: The Breach

Best Human Rights Feature 
Winner: African Pride

The Bingham Ray New Talent Award
Winner: AnneMarie Naughton

Galway Hooker Awards
Brenda Fricker
Brown Bag Films