The Full List of Winners:
Best Costume Designer – Ngozi Obasi (The Mirror Boy)
Best make up Artiste – Jacgui Bannermen (Otele Burning)
Best Art Director – Anita Van Hermet & Chantel Carter (Otelo Burning)
Best Lighting Design – Dave Howe (Otele Burning) Click read more to see the rest of the winners.
Best Cinematography – Paul Michelson (Man on Ground)
Best Writer in a Comedy – Tim Greene (Skeem)
Best Local Language Swahili – Sameer Srivastava (The Ray of Hope)
Best Local Language Hausa – A. Ali and Hafizu Bello (Faida Nura)
Best Local Language Yoruba – Tunde Kelani (Maami)
Best Television Series – Godfrey & Marie Lora-Mungai (The XYZ Show)
Best writer Drama – Precious & Amaka Obi Emelonye. (The Mirror Boy)
Best Short Film – Ngendo mukii (Yellow Fever)
Best Actress in a Comedy – Mercy Johnson (Dumebi the Dirty Girl)
Best Actor In A Comedy – Hafiz Oyetoro (House Apart)
Best Supporting Actress In A Drama – Maureen Koech (Lies that Bind)
Best Supporting Actor In A Drama – Mathew Nabwiso (A Good Catholic Girl)
Best Actress In A Drama – Jackie Appiah (Perfect Picture)
Best Actor In A Drama – O.C Ukeje (Two Brides And A Baby)
Best Movie Director – Akin Omotoso (Man On Ground)
Best Comedy Movie – Tim Greene (Skeem)
Best Movie In A Drama – Obi Emelonye (The Mirror Boy)
Best Movie Overall – Otelo Burning by Sara Blecher
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