The Irish co-production Normal People and the Irish feature animation Wolfwalkers are among this year's Golden Globe nominees.
Normal People is up for two awards - 'best television limited series', and 'best performance by an actress in a limited series' for lead actress Daisy Edgar-Jones (who played Marianne in the adaptation of Sally Rooney's novel).
The show was produced by Dublin-based Element Pictures, and co-directed by Ireland's Lenny Abrahamson.
We are so proud to be nominated for Best Limited Series, Anthology Series or Television Motion Picture by #GoldenGlobes. It's not like this with other shows. ❤️ #NormalPeople pic.twitter.com/hb2dikJTpD
— Normal People (@normalpeople) February 3, 2021
Wolfwalkers - made by acclaimed Kilkenny studio Cartoon Saloon - is in the running for 'best motion picture - animated', alongside the likes of Disney / Pixar's Soul and Onward.
The Irish film has been widely praised by critics, and was picked up by Apple for their streaming service Apple TV+.
Meanwhile, Irish actor Brendan Gleeson is up for 'best performance by an actor in a television supporting role' for his performance as Donald Trump in The Comey Rule.
The nominees for this year's awards were announced virtually, with the awards to be announced on February 28th.
David Fincher's Mank leads the pack in the film categories with six nominations, followed by The Trial of the Chicago 7 with five.
In the TV category, The Crown (six nominations) and Schitt's Creek (five nominations) lead the way.
Netflix has by far the most nominations in both the film and TV categories, with 22 and 20 nominations respectively.
You can see the full list of nominees on the Golden Globes website.