The films The Banshees of Inisherin and Aisha and the TV series Bad Sisters were among the big winners at the Irish Film and Television Awards in Dublin on Sunday night.

Nine-time Oscar nominee The Banshees of Inisherin won Best Film, while Bad Sisters won Best Drama.

The Banshees of Inisherin star Brendan Gleeson was honoured with the Supporting Actor - Film award at the Dublin Royal Convention Centre, having received an Oscar nomination earlier this year.

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Gleeson's co-star and fellow Oscar nominee Kerry Condon was honoured with the Supporting Actress - Film award for her performance in the Martin McDonagh tragicomedy.

Also in the film categories, Bríd Ní Neachtain won Lead Actress for Róise & Frank, and Paul Mescal won Lead Actor for his Oscar-nominated performance in Aftersun.

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Aisha, a film focusing on immigration, saw Frank Berry taking home the Director and Script awards with the Production Design award going to Tamara Conboy for her work alongside Berry.

Bad Sisters stars Sharon Horgan and Anne-Marie Duff won Lead Actress - Drama and Supporting Actress - Drama, respectively, for their roles in the black comedy series. Bad Sisters' Dearbhla Walsh also won the Director award.

The Dry's Ciarán Hinds won Supporting Actor - Drama for his performance in the acclaimed show, which recently received the green light for a second season. Sarah Lynch took home the Original Music award for her work on the series.

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The short film An Irish Goodbye completed a remarkable treble of IFTA, Oscar and BAFTA wins.

Highlights from the Deirdre O'Kane-hosted ceremony will air on RTÉ2 on Monday from 9:35pm.

The winners on the night:

Best Film
The Banshees of Inisherin

Director - Film
Aisha - Frank Berry

Lead Actor - Film
Paul Mescal - Aftersun

Lead Actress - Film
Bríd Ní Neachtain - Róise & Frank

Best Drama
Bad Sisters

Hair & Makeup
Vikings: Valhalla - Tom McInerney, Joe Whelan

Supporting Actress - Film
Kerry Condon - The Banshees of Inisherin

Director - Drama
Bad Sisters - Dearbhla Walsh

International Actress
Cate Blanchett - TÁR

Lifetime Achievement Award
Joan Bergin

International Actor
Austin Butler - Elvis

International Film
All Quiet on the Western Front

Supporting Actress - Drama
Anne-Marie Duff - Bad Sisters

Supporting Actor - Film
Brendan Gleeson - The Banshees of Inisherin

Rising Star
Aoife McArdle, Director - Severance

Production Design
Aisha - Tamara Conboy

VFX
The Woman King - Donal Nolan

Sound
The Sparrow - Adrian Conway, Aza Hand, Alan Scully

Costume Design
Enola Holmes 2 - Consolata Boyle

Script - Film
Aisha - Frank Berry

Live-Action Short Film
An Irish Goodbye

Editing
Elvis - Jonathan Redmond, Matt Villa

Script - Drama
Derry Girls: The Agreement - Lisa McGee

Original Music
The Dry - Sarah Lynch

Supporting Actor - Drama
Ciarán Hinds - The Dry

Cinematography
It Is in Us All - Piers McGrail

George Morrison Feature Documentary
Nothing Compares

Animated Short Film
Soft Tissue

Lead Actor - Drama
Stephen Rea - The English

Lead Actress - Drama
Sharon Horgan - Bad Sisters

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