Good Vibrations picks up the Galway Film Fleadh Best Irish Feature Award, Ciaran Foy and Alan Brennan jointly win Best First Irish Feature.

Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn’s Terri Hooley biopic Good Vibrations picked up the Best Irish Feature Award at the closing ceremony of the 24th Galway Film Fleadh last night [June 15].

Best First Irish Feature went jointly to Ciaran Foy’s Citadel and Alan Brennan’s Earthbound while Best International Feature went to Srdjan Dragojevic’s The Parade.

Best International First Feature was awarded to Toni Bestard for Perfect Stranger, Natural Grace picked up the Best Irish Feature Documentary and Four Horsemen took the international equivalent.

Hannah Patterson’s Resistance scooped the festival’s pitching award and Pilgrim Hill director-producer Gerard Barrett won The Bingham Ray New Talent Award, given in association with Magnolia Pictures. Annabelle Ray made the presentation.

Isabelle Huppert and Frank Stapleton picked up Galway Hooker Awards.

Give Up Tomorrow won The Huston School of Film and Digital Media’s Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy Award while successful shorts Fear of Flying and The Girl with the Mechanical Maiden will now be eligible to enter the running for the short film Oscar.