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Normal People, Herself, and Wolfwalkers lead nominations for 2021 Writers’ Guild of Ireland Zebbie Awards
19 Aug 2021 : News Desk
WGI Zebbie Awards
Now in their 14th year, the Writers’ Guild of Ireland ZeBBie Awards celebrate the best in writing talent across stage and screen.

Named in honour of O.Z (Zebby) Whitehead, and presented each year by Senator David Norris, the awards are voted for by members of the Guild. The 2021 awards recognise the best scripts that were produced in 2020.

“This year’s shortlist represents the brilliance of Irish writers across stage, screen and radio,” said WGI Chair Jennifer Davidson. “It’s a shortlist packed with talent and a mixture of new voices and seasoned hands. 

“It’s particularly impressive to reflect that all these scripts found audiences in 2020, given the massive impact the pandemic has had on our industry,” added Davidson. “We are thrilled to once again be able to celebrate Irish writers through the Zebbie Awards.”  

Voting is now open exclusively for WGI members and will remain open until September 7th.

The WGI Zebbie Awards are supported by the Irish Copyright Licensing Agency and the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.

This year’s nominations include:

Feature Film

Wolfwalkers – Will Collins

The Bright Side – Jean Pasley, Ruth Meehan

Herself – Clare Dunne, Malcolm Campbell

Short Film

Ballast – Jesse Downs

Changing Dates – Femi Falana

4 x 4 – Ayla Amano

Television Drama

Normal People (Episode 3) – Sally Rooney (and Alice Birch)

Malory Towers (Episode 110) – Richie Conroy, Mark Hodkinson

The Deceived (Episode 4) – Lisa McGee, Tobias Beer

Continuing Drama

Ros na Rún (S25 Ep 26) – Eimear Ní Choisdealbha

Red Rock (C59 Ep 196) - Paul Walker

Fair City (S31 Ep 22) – Senta Rich

Animation

Angela’s Christmas Wish – Damien O’Connor

Ollie (Ep 141) – Kristina Yee

Boy Girl Dog Cat Mouse Cheese (Ep 150) – Emma Hogan

Theatre

To Be A Machine – Mark O’Connell, Bush Moukarzel, Ben Kidd

What I (don’t) Know About Autism – Jody O’Neill

Embargo – Deirdre Kinahan

Radio Drama

Leaba an Bháis – Darach Mac Con Iomaire

Seven Pomegranate Seeds – Colin Teevan

Stuck – Sharon Mannion





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