It was disappointment for The Banshees of Inisherin who missed out on an Oscar, despite receiving nine nominations at the Academy Awards.
The big winner on the night was the Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert directed Everything, Everywhere All At Once which scooped up 7 awards in total, with Kwan and Scheinert grabbing the accolade for Best Director.
The film also saw lead actress Michelle Yeoh become the first Asian actress to win Best Actress, with co star Jamie Lee Curtis grabbing the Supporting Actress Award. The film also won awards for Best Picture and Original Screenplay.
Elsewhere, Northern Irish drama An Irish Goodbye won Best Live-Action Short Film, while Dubliner Richard Baneham bagged the accolade for Best Visual Effects for his work on Avatar: The Way of Water. Baneham had previously won an Oscar for the original Avatar in 2010.