At The Africa International Film Festival Globe Award

At The Africa International Film Festival Globe Award

The Africa International Film Festival held at the convention room of the Eko Hotel and Suites Lagos ended with the Globe Awards on Saturday night. Which bring you a little photo story of what you missed out on Saturday.


The show was hosted by Uti Nwachukwu and Kemi Akindoju.


Toni Tones looked divine on the red carpet


Former governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi was present too


And veterans like Fred Amata as well


Even Hilda Dokubo did not miss out


Kate Henshaw just kept on shining like the citadel of youth that she is


And Mercy Johnson did not even come to joke with us


We had a series of Broadway performances featuring Gideon Okeke who reenacted the life and times of the great Afrobeat legend, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti


Adesua Etomi performed as well


And winner of the Voice Nigeria 2016, A’rese


Check out the winners from the night

  1. Audience Choice Award – Slow Country (Director: Eric Aghimien)
  1. Best Student Short Film – King of Quangzhou (Director: Quester Hannah)
  1. Best Animation Film – Agorkoli (Director: Francis Yushau Brown)
  1. Best Short Film – Lodgers (Director: Keni Ogunlola)
  1. Best Documentary – Nowhere to Run ( Dan McCain)
  1. Best Female Lead – Bimbo Akintola (93 Days)
  1. Special Mention – Somkele Idhalama (93 Days)
  1. Best Male Lead – Ramsey Nouah (76)
  1. Special Mention – Ifeanyi Okafor Jr (Green White Green & All the Beautiful Colours in My Mosaic of Madness)
  1. Best Screenplay – Emanuel Okomanyi & Izu Ojukwu (76)
  1. Best Director – Izu Ojukwu (76)
  1. Best Nigerian Film – Green White Green & All the Beautiful Colours in My Mosaic of Madness (Director: Abba T. Makama)
  2. Special Jury Prize – Vaya (Director: Akin Omotosho)
  1. Best Feature – Izu Ojukwu (76)

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