Nollywood and African Film Critics Awards

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Nollywood and African Film Critics Awards
Nollywood African Film & Critic Awards (NAFCA), Best Actress In Lead Role In Diaspora Film, Sept 16, 2012.jpg
2012 Best Actress in a Lead Role (Diaspora)
Awarded forOutstanding Achievement in African cinema
CountryUnited States
Presented byNollywood Film Critics USA
First awarded2011
Websitewww.africannafca.com

The Nollywood and African Film Critics Awards is an annual award that rewards film practitioners in the African continent. It has been held in the United States since its maiden edition on September 17, 2011.

The 4th edition was held on 13 September 2014 at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills, California.[1][2][3]

The 2016 ceremony was held on November 19 at Alex Theatre, Glendale, California. Stephanie Okereke, Mike Ezuruonye and Obi Emelonye were among the winners.[4]

Categories[edit]

As at 2014, the following were the categories:

  • Best Actor in a Leading Role
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role
  • Best Promising Actor in a Film
  • Best Actress Foreign Film
  • Best Child Actor in a Film
  • Best Director
  • Best Film
  • Best Comedy
  • Best Drama
  • Best Sound
  • Best Visual Effects
  • Best Cinematography
  • Best Editing
  • Best Original Score
  • Best Makeup
  • Best Costume
  • Best Indigenous Film
  • Best Foreign Film
  • Best Short Film/Trailer
  • Best TV/Talk Show/Online Series
Diaspora Categories
  • Best Diaspora Film
  • Best Diaspora Drama
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Diaspora Film
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Diaspora Film
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Diaspora Film
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Diaspora Film
  • Best Director
  • Best Director Foreign Film
  • Best Actor Foreign Film
People's Choice Categories
  • Favorite Actor
  • Favorite Actress
  • Favorite Director
  • Favorite Screenwriter
  • Favorite Original Score
  • Favorite Short Film/Trailer
  • Best Promising Actor
  • Artiste of the Year
  • Song of the Year
  • Best Docudrama

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Susan Peters up for NAFCA Awards Nominations". vanguardngr.com. August 20, 2011. Retrieved 15 July 2014.
  2. ^ "Somewhere in Africa tops NAFCA Awards nomination list". peacefmonline.com. 1 September 2011. Retrieved 15 July 2014.
  3. ^ "Full list of Nominees at the 1st NAFCA Awards". 26 August 2011. Retrieved 15 July 2014.
  4. ^ Aduwo, Bola (November 22, 2016). "LIST OF WINNERS OF THE 2016 NAFCA AWARDS". Nollywood Access.

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