Stephanie Linus, Genevieve Nnaji, Falz, Funke Akindele & More win big at AMVCA 2016 [Photos]

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Here are the winners for Amstel Malta’s Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA)!

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  • Best Art Director – Frank Raja Arase for “The Refugees”
  • Best TV Series – Ariyike Oladipo for “Daddy’s Girls”
  • Best Makeup Artist– Louiza Calore for “Ayanda”
  • Best Short Film – Oluseyi Amuwa for “A Day With Death”
  • Best Writer – Trish Malone for “Ayanda”
  • Best Lighting – Stanlee Ohikhuare for “Common Man”
  • Best Cinematography – Paul Michaelson for “Tell Me Sweet Something”
  • Best Sound Editor – Marquez Jose Guillermo for “Dry”
  • Best Picture Editor – Shirley Frimpong-Manso for “Rebecca”
  • Best Costume Design – Uche Nancy for “Dry”
  • Best Local Language (Swahili) – Single Mtambalike for “Kitendawali”
  • Best Local Language (Hausa) – Salisu Balarabe for “Dadin Kowa”
  • Best Local Language (Yoruba) – Abiodun Jomoh & Jumoke Odetola for “Binta Ofege”
  • Best Local Language (Igbo) – Paul Igwe for “Usekwu Igbo”
  • Best Documentary – Remi Vaughan Richards for “Faaji Agba”
  • Best Supporting Actor – Sambassa Nseribe for “A Soldier’s Story”
  • Best Supporting Actress – Tunbosun Aiyedehin “Before 30”
  • Best Actor (Comedy) – Folarin Falz Falana for “Jenifa’s Diary”
  • Best Actress (Comedy) – Funke Akindele for “Jenifa’s Diary”
  • 2016 AMVCA Trailblazer – Kemi Lala Akindoju
  • 2016 AMVCA Industry Merit Awards – Bukky Ajayi & Sadiq Daba
  • Best Movie (Southern Africa) – “Lilongwe” by Joyce Mhango Chavula
  • Best Movie (Eastern Africa) – “Mapenzi” by Elizabeth Michael
  • Best Movie (Western Africa) – “Road To Yesterday” by Chinny Onwugbenu, Genevieve Nnaji & Chichi Nwoko
  • Best Actress (Drama) – Adesua Etomi for “Falling”
  • Best Actor (Drama) – Daniel K. Daniel for “A Soldier’s Story”
  • Best Director – Akin Omotosho for “Tell Me Sweet Something”
  • Best Overall Movie – “Dry” by Stephanie Linus

Source: Bellanaija

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