JAMIE Dornan and Samantha Mumba were among the A-listers to walk the green carpet at the Oscar Wilde Awards.
The stars lined up last night to celebrate Irish and Irish-American film artists.
Hosted by director JJ Abrahams, the annual event took place at the Ebell in Los Angeles.
Irish stars Jamie Dornan, Kenneth Branagh, Donall O Healai and Adam McKay were honored last night.
Oscar and Golden Globe-winning actress Mary Steenburgen presented Adam McKay with her Oscar Wilde award.
Steenburgen is a Hollywood veteran and has starred in countless roles on the big and small screen, including McKay’s Step Brothers.
She has also appeared in Elf, Back to the Future 3, Last Vegas and Book Club.
Director Reinaldo Marcus Green presented the Wilde Card Award to up-and-coming Irish actor Donall O Healai.
Green received the Breakout Director Award from the African American Film Critics Association for his work on King Richard, which earned him a total of six Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture.
Irish actress Sarah Bolger and American director Justin Benson were pictured together overnight.
Sarah stunned in a fitted black dress with matching heels and a handbag.
Film producer Rebecca Bourke, Irish screenwriter and director Terry George and writer Richard Curtis also attended the event.
Curtis – who presented his award to Belfast star Jamie Dornan – was all smiles alongside Comic Relief producer Emma Freud.
Jamie posed for several snaps alongside his musician wife Amelia Warner.
The Co Down native looked dapper in a dark gray suit alongside Amelia, who wore a gray plaid skirt and matching waistcoat.
Jamie is Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast star; a tender, personal and very humorous story of a boy’s childhood during the Belfast Troubles of the 1960s.
The film, which also features Caitriona Balfe, Ciaran Hinds, Jude Hill and Dame Judy Dench, received 10 nominations for the 2022 IFTA Awards.
Irish artists Loah & Bantum and band True Tides performed for attendees on the night.