The former James Bond won Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Ghost, while the 16-year-old actress' turn in The Way Back earned her the supporting actress honour.
Martin McCann was named Best Actor for Swansong - Story of Occi Byrn, while Amy Huberman was crowned Best Actress for Rewind at the ceremony celebrating the Irish film and television industry.
Bosnian war drama As If I Am Not There received three trophies, including the IFTA for Best Film, Director and Script for the film's Irish writer/director Juanita Wilson.
In the international categories, The Social Network won the top film prize, with its star Jesse Eisenberg winning Best Actor. Annette Bening took Best Actress for The Kids Are All Right.
In the TV categories, the fourth and final series of The Tudors was named Best Drama Series, while the show's producer Morgan O'Sullivan received the Outstanding Contribution to Industry Award.
Ali-Ollie Woodson, Motown singer who led The Temptations, has died after battling cancer at the age of 58.
Woodson is best known for taking control of The Temptations through the 80’s and 90’s, replacing former frontman Dennis Edwards. Woodson helped to keep the Motown group relevent by releasing R&B hits “Lady Soul,” “Treat Her Like A Lady” and “Sail Away.” After leaving The Temptations, he continued to perform with the group Allie-Ollie Woodson and The Emperors of Soul.
Billy Wilson, president of the Motown Alumni Association and Woodson’s friend, reported the news. Wilson went on to describe Woodson. “He was cool. He had a coolness about himself that was really very inviting... [he] was always a gentleman and always polite and kind to everybody.”
Ali-Ollie Woodson is survived by his wife, Juanita, and several children.
Sources: The Hollywood Reporter, Yahoo! News