2014 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards

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2nd Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards
Date 8 March 2014
Site Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
Organized by Multichoice Africa
Highlights
Most awards Nairobi Half Life (4)

The 2014 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards was held on March 8, 2014 at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. Osas Ighodaro, IK and Vimbai were the hosts of the event.[1] [2]

Best Movie Director Shirley Frimpong-Manso
New Era Award winner Rita Dominic
Vimbia, Osas and IK hosting the event
Davido performing at the ceremony
Best actress in a comedy Funke Akindele
Best Supporting actor in a drama in a drama Desmond Elliot
Flavour performing at the ceremony
Best Actor in a Drama Best Actress in a Drama
Best Supporting actress in a drama Best Supporting actor in a drama
  • Bikiya Graham-Douglas (Flower Girl)
  • Valerie Kimani (Higher Learning Episode 26 Season 3)
  • Jazmyn Batchan (Still Standing)
  • Liz Ameye (Living Funeral)
  • Nancy Handabile (Love Games Episode 7)
  • Tamara Eteimo (Desperate House Girls)
Best Movie (Drama) Best actor in a comedy
Best actress in a Comedy Best Movie (Comedy)
Best Make-up Artist Best Costume Designer
  • Elayne Okaya (Nairobi Half Life)
  • Olabimpe Cole (Lekki Wives)
  • Alex Gakumo (Sumu La Penzi Episode 1 Season 1)
  • Michael Wawuyo (The Felistas Fable)
  • Rehema Samo (Siri Ya Mtungi)
  • Israel Moses (A Wish)
  • Rosemary Obika (Redemption)
  • Chiemela Nwagboso (The Kingdom)
  • Adeola Ramonu (Adebola Omo Oba)
  • Doreen Estazia Noni (Siri Ya Mtungi)
  • Catherine Kibugi (Sumu La Penzi Episode 5)
  • Ruth Ndulu Maingi (Lies That Bind Episode 2 Season 2)
Best Lightning Designer Best Video Editor
  • Shirley Frimpong-Manso (Contract)
  • Ben Nugent & Obi Emelonye (Last Flight to Abuja)
  • Austin Faani Ikechukwu (Battle For Wealth)
  • Chucks Madu Success (Oga On Top)
  • Jack Esterhuizen (Love Games Episode 25)
Best Sound Editor Best Art Director
Best Cinematographer Best Writer (Comedy)
  • Jigi Bello (Flower Girl)
  • Jahmal Holland (Still Standing)
  • Ohis Udofia (Kuti’s Career Palace)
  • Patrick Onyeka (The Place)
  • Seun Arowojolu (Squatterz)
Best Writer (Drama) Best Indigenous Language (Hausa)
  • Shirley Frimpong-Manso & Hertey Owusu (Contract)
  • Patrick Yaadar & Andy Boyo (Off The Hook)
  • Akpor Kagho (Living Funeral)
  • Fatima Jabbe (Battered)
  • Pascal Amanfo (Single and Married)
  • Abba Muko Yakassai (Habib)
  • Yasin Auwal/Umar K/Mazugal (Wana Gari 1 & 2)
  • Hafizu Bello (Bakin Kishi)
  • Nasir Sa’ad Gwangwazo (Ruwan Jakara)
  • Mikail I. Bin Hassan (Kurman Gari)
Best Indigenous Language (Yoruba) Best Indigenous Language (Swahili)
  • Mercy Aigbe (Komfo)
  • Afeez Eniola (Arinnakore)
  • Abdulrasaq Abdullahi (Edidi)
  • Olatunji Akeem Balogun (Aye Kooto)
  • Olatunji Akeem Balogun (Mufu Olosa Oloko)
  • Njoki Muhoho (Mama Duka)
  • Edwin Maina Kariuki (Nairobi Half Life)
  • Jordan Riber (Siri Ya Mtungi)
  • Ann Hamberger (Nina)
  • Musa Venerable Mziba (Vagabond)
Best Documentary Best Short film
  • Dr Gilbert Chigbo (The Deadwood)
  • Sonia Maingi (Tumanka Goes To School)
  • Peter Murimi (Matatu: My Life, My Art)
  • Peter Murimi (Guardians of the Wild)
  • David Campbell (Shamba Shape Up)
  • Walter ‘Waltbanger’ Taylaur (The Wages)
  • Vincent Moloi (Berea)
  • Amarachukwu Onoh (Mother Tongue)
  • Amil Shivji (Shoeshine)
  • Enuma Chigbo (The Deadwood)
Best Television series Comedy/Drama Best Movie director
  • Catherine Phiri (Love Games Episode 6)
  • Grace Kahaki Munthali (Prem Episode 2)
  • John Riber (Siri Ya Mtungi)
  • Paul Igwe (The Benjamins)
  • Benson Akindeju (Nowhere To Be Found)
Best Movie 2013 Best New Media-Online video
  • Amarachukwu Onoh (Mother Tongue)
  • Stacey Mc Dermott & Neville Ossai (Jungle Jewel: The Short Film)
  • Mark Kaiyare (Deceit)
  • Stanlee Ohikhuare (Kpians Premonition)
  • Dorothy Ghettuba & Oyunga Pala (Next Big Host)
TrailBlazer Award New Era Award
Industry Merit Award: Chief Pete Edochie

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AMVCA 2014 Nominees". Retrieved 22 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Dstv Africa Magic Winners". Retrieved 22 March 2014.