Quest for Superiority at Best of Nollywood (BON) Awards

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Nollywood movie makers and actors locked horns again this year at the just concluded Best of Nollywood (BON) Awards. The event which  was hosted by Gbenga Adeyinka and Wana Udobang took place on Thursday 5th December 2013 at the Dome, Asaba, Delta. The event not only boasted of the longest red carpet in the world, but also a host of deserving winners.

Below is the full list of winners.

Best Actor in Leading Role in an English Movie: O.C Ukeje (Alan Poza)

Best Actress in Leading Role in an English Movie: Omoni Oboli (Brother’s Keeper)

Best Actor in Leading Role in a Yoruba Movie: Mike Ezuruonye (Unforgivable)

Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Yoruba Movie: Joke Muyiwa (Ayitale)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in an English Movie: Alex Ekubo (Weekend Gateaway)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in an English Movie: Rita Dominic (Finding Mercy)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Yoruba Movie: Odunade Adekola (Aja)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Yoruba Movie: Fathia Balogun (Irugbin)

Most Promising Act of the Year (Male): Kola Ajeyemi (Were Meta)

Most Promising Act of the Year (Female): Sylvia Oluchi (On Bended Knees)

Best Child Actor (Male): Asimiyu Uthman Omokunmi (Ifa Iwa)

Best Child Actor (Female): Oyindamola Lanpejo (Finding Mercy)

Best Comedy of the Year: Nanny

Movie with The Best Social Message: Journey To Self

Best Kiss in a Movie: Dayo Amusa and Mike Ezuruonye (Unforgivable)

Onga Best Use of Nigerian Food in a Movie: in Her Shoes

Best Short Film of the Year: Epitaph

Best Use of Costume in a Movie: Twin Sword

Best Screenplay: Confusion Na Wa

Best Edited Movie: Confusion Na Wa 

Movie with the Best Sound: Cobweb

Movie with the Best Production Design: Confusion Na Wa

Best Cinematography: Confusion Na Wa

Director of the Year: Kenneth Gyang (Confusion Na Wa)

Movie of the Year: Confusion Na Wa

Special Effect: Judgment Night

Best Actor Hausa: Ali Nuhu (Wani Hanin)

Best Supporting Actress Hausa: Fatima Ladan (Abokina)

Revelation of the Year (Female): Laitan Ogungbeile

Revelation of the Year (Male): Charles Billion Pius

Movie Journalist of the Year: Hafeez Balogun (Daily Independent)

Marketer of the Year: Divine Touch

Special Recognition: Pete Edochie and Lanre Hassan (Mama Awero)

Best Actor in Leading Role in an English Movie: O.C Ukeje (Alan Poza)

Best Actress in Leading Role in an English Movie: Omoni Oboli (Brother’s Keeper)

Best Actor in Leading Role in a Yoruba Movie: Mike Ezuruonye (Unforgivable)

Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Yoruba Movie: Joke Muyiwa (Ayitale)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in an English Movie: Alex Ekubo (Weekend Gateaway)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in an English Movie: Rita Dominic (Finding Mercy)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Yoruba Movie: Odunade Adekola (Aja)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Yoruba Movie: Fathia Balogun (Irugbin)

Most Promising Act of the Year (Male): Kola Ajeyemi (Were Meta)

Most Promising Act of the Year (Female): Sylvia Oluchi (On Bended Knees)

Best Child Actor (Male): Asimiyu Uthman Omokunmi (Ifa Iwa)

Best Child Actor (Female): Oyindamola Lanpejo (Finding Mercy)

Best Comedy of the Year: Nanny

Movie with The Best Social Message: Journey To Self

Best Kiss in a Movie: Dayo Amusa and Mike Ezuruonye (Unforgivable)

Onga Best Use of Nigerian Food in a Movie: in Her Shoes

Best Short Film of the Year: Epitaph

Best Use of Costume in a Movie: Twin Sword

Best Screenplay: Confusion Na Wa

Best Edited Movie: Confusion Na Wa 

Movie with the Best Sound: Cobweb

Movie with the Best Production Design: Confusion Na Wa

Best Cinematography: Confusion Na Wa

Director of the Year: Kenneth Gyang (Confusion Na Wa)

Movie of the Year: Confusion Na Wa

Special Effect: Judgment Night

Best Actor Hausa: Ali Nuhu (Wani Hanin)

Best Supporting Actress Hausa: Fatima Ladan (Abokina)

Revelation of the Year (Female): Laitan Ogungbeile

Revelation of the Year (Male): Charles Billion Pius

Movie Journalist of the Year: Hafeez Balogun (Daily Independent)

Marketer of the Year: Divine Touch

Special Recognition: Pete Edochie and Lanre Hassan (Mama Awero)


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