AMVCA Award Winners 2018 : Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Bisola Aiyeola, others, win big at the 6th AMVCA Awards

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The 6th AMVCA Award held at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos on the 1st September, 2018. Screen Goddess, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Bisola Aiyeola and others were among the winners of the AMVCA awards. See the full list of the AMVCA Award winners 2018 below:

AMVCA Award Winners 2018

Best Overall Movie – 18 Hours (Pheobe Ruguru)

Best Actress – Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde (Alter Ego)

Best Actor – Adjetey Anang (Keteke)

Best Actress in a Comedy –  Nyce Wanjeri (Auntie Boss)

Best Actor in a Comedy – Odunlade Adekola (A Million Baby)

Best Writer – Patrick Nnamani/ Koye O/ Moses Inwang (Alter Ego)

Best Supporting Actress – Lydia Forson (Isoken)

Best Supporting Actor –  Falz (New Money)

Industry Merit Award – Tunde Kelani

Trail Blazer Award – Bisola Aiyeola

Best Movie Southern Africa – A Road to Sunrise by Shemu Joyah

Best Movie West Africa – Isoken by Jade Osiberu

Best Movie East Africa – 18 Hours by Phoebe Ruguru

Best TV/Comedy Series – This is It by Dolapo Adeleke (Lowla Dee)

Best Sound Editor – Kolade Morakinyo and Pius Fatoke for TATU

Best Picture Editor –  Mark Maina for 18 HOURS

Best Lighting –  Akpe Ododoru and Tunde Akinniyi

Best Cinematographer –  Yinka Edward for Okafor’s Law

Best Costume Designer –  Ngozi Obasi and James Bessinone for The Bridge

Best Film & Online Video –  Penance by Michael ‘Ama Psalmist’ Akinrogunde

Best Documentary – The Flesh Business by Denis Wanjihi Maina

Best Makeup Artiste –  Thelma Ozy Smith/Hakeem Effects Onilogbo for TATU

Best Art Director –  Tunji Afolayan for Lotanna

Best Soundtrack – Evelle for TATU

Best Indigenous Language (Swahili) – Supa Modo by Sarika Hemi Lakhani

Best Indigenous Language (Hausa) – Mansoor by Ali Nuhu

Best Indigenous Language(Yoruba) – Etiko Onigedu by Femi Adebayo

Best Indigenous Language (Igbo)-  Bound by Lilian Afegbai

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