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Full list of winners at 2015 AfricaMagic Viewers’ Choice Awards (#AMVCA2015)


This year’s edition of the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA) holds today, Saturday, March 7, 2015 at Eko Hotel Convention Centre.

Check out the full winners’ list below:

P-Square and Don Jazzy ends it all with Collabo

1. Best Actor in a Comedy: Femi Jacobs for The Meeting
2. Best Actress in a Comedy: Rita Dominic for The Meeting
3. Best Actor in a Drama: OC Ukeje for Confusion Na Wa
4. Best Actress in a Drama: Kehinde Bankole for October 1
5. Best Art Director (Movie/ TV): Pat Nebo for October 1
6. Best Cinematographer (Movie/ TV): Stanlee Ohikhuare for Verdict
7. Best Comedy Writer (Movie/ TV): Tunde Babalola for The Meeting
8. Best Costume Designer (Movie/ TV): Deola Sagoe & Obijie Oru for October 1
9. Best Documentary: Yvonne Bassey for The Gift of The Nile
10. Best Drama Writer (Movie/ TV): Tunde Babalola for October 1
11. Best Lighting Designer: Lanre Omofaiye for October 1
12. Best Local Language Hausa: Hafizu Bello & Abubakar Bashir for Bincike
13. Best Local Language Igbo: Obi Emelonye for Onye Ozi (The Messenger)
14. Best Local Language Swahili: Sarika Hemi Lakhani for Veve
15. Best Local Language Yoruba: Fathia Balogun for Iya Alalake
16. Best Make: Up Artist: Sacred Lola Maja for October 1
17. Best Movie (Comedy): Mildred Okwo & Rita Dominic for The Meeting
18. Best Movie (Drama): Steve Gukas for A Place in The Stars
19. Best Movie Director: Kunle Afolayan for October 1
20. Best New Media – Online: Imoh Umoren For Hard Times
21. Best Movie of 2014: Kunle Afolayan for October 1
22. Best Short Film: Ekene Mekwunye for Oblivious
23. Best Sound Editing: Kulanen Ikyo For October 1
24. Best Video Editor: Victoria Akujobi for Reflections
25. Best Supporting Actress: Linda Ejiofor for The Meeting
26. Best Supporting Actor: Blossom Chukwujekwu for Knocking on Heavens Door
27. Best Television Series: Georgia Arnold for Shuga.

Best Movie 2014
Invasion 1897 – Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen
Yellow Cassava – Zeb Ejiro
October 1 – Kunle Afolanya
A Place in the Stars – Steve Gukas – Winner
Iyore – Frank Rajah Arase

Best Movie (Drama)
Devil in the Detail – Shirley Frimpong -Manso
Invasion 1897 – Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen
Secret Room – Simon Peacemaker/Crey Ahanoun
A place in the Stars – Steve Gukas
October 1 – Kunle Afolayan
Make A Move – Ivie Okunjaye

Best Actor in a Drama
Gideon Eche-Okeke – A Place in the Stars
IK Ogbonna – Honeymoon Hotel
Mike Ezuruonye – Unforgivable
Adjetey Anang – Devil in The Detail
Wole Ojo – Brave
OC Ukeje – Confusion Na Wa
OC Ukeje – Secret Room

Best Actress in a Drama
Ivie Okunjaye – Make A Move
Rita Dominic – Yore
Amaka Mgbor – A Place in the Stars
Joselyn Dumas – Love or Something Like That
Kehinde Bankole – October 1
Aisha Kamara – Reflections

Best Supporting Actor
Segun Arinze – A Place in the Stars
Richard Mofe Damijo – 30 Days in Atlanta
Yemi Blaq – Iyore
Blossom Chukwujekwu – Knocking on Heaven’s Door – Winner
OC Ukeje – When Love Happens

Best Supporting Actress
Linda Ejiofor – The Meeting – Linda Ejiofor
Ada Ameh – 30 Days in Atlanta
Mercy Johnson – 30 Days in Atlanta
Ireti Doyle – Gidi Up
Tunde Aladese – Confusion Na Wa

Best Actor in a Comedy
Kunle Idowu – The Interview (Frank Donga)
Femi Jacobs – The Meeting – Winner
Wale Ojo – Meet the Adebanjos
Kelechi Udegbe – Horn Free Day
Gerald Langiri – Fundi-Mentals
Nonso Diobi – The last 3 Digits

Best Actress in a Comedy
Joke Silva – Folly
Weruche Opia – When Love Happens
Rita Dominic – The Meeting – Winner
Lydia Forson – A Letter from Adam
Nse Ikpe Etim – I Come Lagos

Best Movie Director
Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen – Invasion 1897
Steve Gukas – A Place in the Stars
Eneaji Chris – Secret Room
Stanlee Ohikhuare – Verdict
Shirley Frimpong -Manso – Potomanto
Best Art Director (Movie/TV)
Pat Nebo – October 1 – Winner
Crey Ahanoun/Simon Peacemaker -Secret Room
Ayako Bertolli – Veve
Stanlee Ohikhuare – Verdict
Frank Rajah Arase – Prince of Barmah
Best Cinematographer (MOVIE/TV)
Yinka Edward – October 1
John Demps/Herald Beeker/Manuel Lapiere – A Place in the Stars
DJ Tee – The Antique
Stanlee Ohikhuare – Verdict – Winner
Lukman Abdulraman/Simon Peacemaker – Secret Room

Best Drama Writer (Movie/TV)
Ita Hozaife/J.K Amalou – A Place in the Stars
Shirley Frimpong-Manso – Devil in the Detail
Fran Rajah Arase – Iyore
Damijo Efe Young – Yellow Cassava
Tunde Babalola – October 1 – Winner
Best Comedy Write (Movie/TV)
Tunde Babalola – The Meeting – Winner
Adekunle Salawu – Clinic Matters (Episode 203)
Zynnell Zuh/David Amah – When Love Comes Around
Seyi Babatope/Diche Enuwa/Temitope Bolade – When Love Happens
Lydia Forson – A Letter from Adam

Best Costume Designer (Movie/TV)
Deola Sagoe/Obijei Oru – October 1 – Winner
Adebimpe Adebambo – Dazzling Mirage
Tiona Wangechi – Rush Tv Series
Nana Akua Manso – Love or Something Like That
Ngozi Jumbo – Under Your Skin
Best Documentary
The Gift to the Nile -Yvonne Bassey
These Past Times – Katman
Shashamane Southern Ethiopia – Yvonne Bassey
Paradox of Lofe – Katman Dayil
The Masai Mara Adventure – Yvonne Bassey

Best Lighting Designer
Lanre Omofaye – October 1
DJ Tee – The Antique
Stanlee Ohikhuare – Verdict
John Wambugu – Fundi -Mentals
Tajudeen Abdlazeez – Tales of Eve (Caged)

Best Indigenous Language – Hausa
Bincike – Hafizu Bello/Abubakar Bashir
Maja – Abba Miko Yakassai
Shagun Doka – Andrew Ohio Ohiorenoya
Mai Farin Jini – Uzee Concept
Ni Da Matata – Abba Miko Yakassai

Best Indigenous Language – Yoruba
Olosa – Temitayo Adeniyi
Dagbere – Oluwole Cole
Dada Oni Paki – Fidelis Duker
Alakada 2 – Toyin Aimakhu Johnson
Iya Alalake – Faithia Balogun – Winner

Best Indigenous Language – Igbo
B for Boy – Uche Nwa Dili
Onye Ozi (The Messenger) – Obi Emelonye – Winner
Har Da Mijina – Uzee Concept
Olanma – Onyekachukwu Okeke
Saint Ossai – Collins Ezenwa

Best Indigenous Language – SWAHILI
Network – John Kallage
Veve – Srika Hemi Lakhani – Winner
Mama Duka – Njoki Muhoho
Almasi – Fredrick Odhiambo
Mdundiko – Timothy Conrad

Best Make-Up Artist
Sacred by Lola Maja- October 1 – Winner
Stanlee Ohikhuare – Verdict
Mathew Alechenu Hyacient – Iyore
Chinwem Elevoh/Sandra Udoewah – A Place in the Stars
Juliete Okoli – The Meeting

Best New Media – Online
Verdict – Stanlee Ohikhuare
Ogas at the top – Marie Lora-Mungai
Leeway – Eric Aghimien
Hard Times – Imoh Umoren – Winner
Between The Lines – Likarion Wainaina
Best Sound Editing
A Place in the Stars – Susan Penington
October 1 – Kulanen Ikyo – Winner
Render to Ceasar – Michael Ogunlade
Gidi Up – Muhammed Atta/Jadesola Osiberu
Love or Something like That – Kofi Boachie Ansah
The Antique – Flo
Best Video Editor
Antonio Ribeiro – A Place in the Stars
Roselidah Taabu Obale – Veve
Mike Steve – Adeleye – October 1
Nana Akua Manso – Devil in the DEtail
Victoria Akujobi – Reflections – Winner

Best Television Series – Shuga
The Xyz Show – Godfrey Mwampembwa
Jack Okeli – Georgia Arnold
Rush TV Series – Rush Series
Gidi Up – Jadesola Osiberu
Maliposa – Mingeli Palata

Best Short Film
Verdict – Stanlee Ohikhuare
Not Right – Judith Audu
Brave – Lowladee
Oblivious – Kiki Omeili – Winner
The Throne – Jibril Mailafia
New Era Award
Ivie Okunjaye – Make A Move
Kunle Afolayan – October 1/Dazzling Mirage
Ayo Makun (AY) – 30 Days in Atlanta
Omoni Oboli – Being Mrs. Elliot


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