Kate Henshaw bags Best Female Performance Award at AFRIFF 2019 | See Full List of Winners

If you’re a Kate Henshaw fan, then you’ll be excited to learn that she just won a Best Female Performance award!

Kate Henshaw took home the award for her role in Akin Omotosho’s The Ghost and the House of Truth” film at the 2019 African International Film Festival (AFRIFF). And that’s not all the good news. The movie also took home 3 awards in various categories including Best Director.

Roye Okupe’s “Malika: Warrior Queen” won the award for best animation and “Rattlesnakes” by Julius Amedume won best feature film.

Can you should “Naija do ney carry last“?

See the full list of winners below;

Shorts Competition

Special Mention
United Kingdom: Appreciation by Tomisin Adepeju

Best Student Short
The United States of America: Linger by Edem Dotse

Best Animation
Nigeria: Malika – Warrior Queen by Roye Okupe

Best Short
Italy: My Tyson by Claudio Casale

Documentary Competition

Special Jury for an outstanding film (usually fiction but Jury selected documentary for outstanding achievement overall)
Burkina Faso: Sankara is Not Dead by Lucy Vivier

Best Documentary
Kenya: In Search by Beryl Magoko

Fiction Competition

Special Mention
Ghana: Gold Coast Lounge by Pascal Aka

Best Male Performance
South Africa: Bongile Mantsai in Knuckle City

Best Female Performance
Nigeria: Kate Henshaw in The Ghost & House of Truth

See Also

Best Screenplay
Rwanda: Ramata Sy for Our Lady of The Nile

Oronto Douglas Award for Best Nigerian Film
The Ghost & The House of Truth

Best Director
Nigeria: Akin Omotoso for The Ghost & The House of Truth

Best Feature Film
The United States of America: Rattlesnakes by Julius Amedume

Audience Choice Award:
The United States of America: Rattlesnakes by Julius Amedume

Peter Obi Legacy Award for Female Excellence
Lizzy Ovoeme

Massive congratulations to all the winners!

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