'Social Network' Nabs Best Int'l Film, Actor Honors at Irish Film and TV Awards
Annette Bening gets int'l actress award for 'The Kids Are All Right' at Dublin ceremony, which dished out 37 awards for movies and television shows on Feb. 12.
David Fincher's The Social Network walked off Saturday evening with the nod for best international film at the Irish Film and Television Awards.
The picture secured the prize ahead of nominees A Prophet, Inception and Toy Story 3 at a ceremony held in Dublin February 12.
Jesse Eisenberg won the evening's best international actor nod for his turn in The Social Network ahead of fellow nominees Russell Crowe (The Next Three Days), Leonardo DiCaprio (Inception) and Tahar Rahim (A Prophet).
Annette Bening's role in The Kids Are All Right scored her the international actress award. Bening left Helena Bonham Carter (The King's Speech), Jennifer Lawrence (Winter's Bone) and Natasha Petrovic (As If I Am Not There) empty handed.
Broadcast live on Irish television, organizers of the eighth annual IFTAs dished out 37 awards across movies and television shows.
A full list of winners can be found here.
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