All the 2016 AMVCA winners

2016-03-06 07:55

Lagos - The fourth annual AfricaMagic Viewers' Choice Awards crowned the best in African film and television talent in Lagos, Nigeria, over the weekend.

The ceremony, which was broadcast live across the continent on Saturday, was hosted by IK Osakioduwa and Minnie Dlamini.

Host @minniedlamini working the red carpet. #slay #AMVCA2016 #C24inLagos

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Here is the full list of all the winners:

Best Art Director

FrankRajah for The Refugees

Best Television Series Award 

Ariyike Oladipo for Daddy’s Girls

Best Makeup Artist in a Movie or Series

Louiza Calore for Ayanda

Best Short Film or Online Video

A Day with Death by Oluseyi Amuwafo

Best Writer for Movie and TV series

Trish Malone - Ayanda

Best Lighting Designer (Movies/TV)

Stanlee Ohikhuare

Best Cinematographer

Paul Michaelson for Tell Me Sweet Something

Best Sound Editor

Jose Guillermo for Cry

Best Picture Editor

Shirley Frimpong-Manso for Rebecca

Best Costume Designer

Uche Nancy for Dry

Zonke performing. #AMVCA2016 #C24inLagos

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Best Local Language Movie/TV Series (Swahili)

Single Mtambalike for Kitendawali

Best Indigenous Movie/TV (Hausa)

Salisu Balarebe for Dandi Kowa

Best Indigenous Movie/TV (Yoruba)

Binta Ofege

Best Indigenous Movie/TV (Igbo)

Paul Igwe for Usekwu Igbo

Best Documentary

Remi Vaughan for Faaji Agba

Best Supporting Actor In A Movie

Sambassa Nzeriba for A Soldier’s Story

Best Supporting Actress

Tunbosun Aiyedihin for Before 30

Best Actor In A Comedy

Folarin Falana (Falz The Bahd Guy) for Jenifa’s Diary

Best Actress In A Comedy

Funke Akindele for Jenifa’s Diary

Trail Blazer Award 

Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju

AMVCA 2016 Industry Merit Award

Bukky Ajayi and Sadiq Daba

Best Movie (Southern Africa)

Lilongwe (Joyce Chavura)

Best Movie (East Africa)

Mapenzi (Elizabeth Miachael)

Best Movie (West Africa)

Road to Yesterday (Genevieve, Chinny Onwugbenu and Chichi Nwoko)

Best Actress In A Movie/Drama/TV Series

Adesua Etomi (Falling)

Best Actor In A Movie/Drama/TV Series

Daniel K. Daniel (A Soldier’s Story)

The Best Director

Akin Omotosho for Tell Me Sweet Something

Best Overall Movie

Dry (Stephanie Linus)

Akin Omotoso is up for a Best Director award for Tell Me Sweet Something. #amvca2016

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