Alex Ekubo, Uru Eke & Uti Nwachukwu

The Best of Nollywood (BON) is an awards event put together to recognize phenomenal talent in the country’s vivacious movie industry. Held at Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos on the 11th of November, 2012, Nonso Diobi and Mercy Aigbe, two of the industry’s finest played hosts.

Joseph Benjamin & Uru Eke

Uti Nwachukwu, Joseph Benjamin, Uru Eke, Alex Ekubo and a number of too many other to mention were in attendance.

The awards

The winners for the award included really-loved Nse Ikpe-Etim for best actress in an English speaking role, Moyo Lawal for ‘Revelation of the year’, Alex Ekubo as the ‘Most Promising Act’, Joseph Benjamin as the best actor in an English speaking role and Uti Nwachukwu and Tonto Dikeh for ‘Best Kiss’ in a Nigerian movie.

Alex Ekubo & Uti Nwachuwku

 

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FULL LIST OF BON WINNERS

2012 Best of Nollywood (BON) Awards Full List of Winners
Best Actor in a Leading Role (English) – Joseph Benjamin in Married But Living Single
Best Actress in a Leading Role (English) – Nse Ikpe-Etim in Phone Swap
Best Actor in a Leading Role (Yoruba) – Femi Adebayo in Aiyekooto
Best Actress in a Leading Role (Yoruba) – Ayo Adesanya in Amope Alasela
Best Actor in a Leading Role (Hausa) – Ali Nuhu in Madubin Dubawa
Best Actress in a Leading Role (Hausa) – Fati Ladan in Adamsy
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (English) – Yemi Blaq in The Search
Best Actress in a Supporting Role (English) – Tonto Dikeh in Broken Silence
Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Yoruba) – Iyabo Ojo in Ijo Olomo
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Hausa) – Saddik Sani Saddik in Adamsy
Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Hausa) – Rahama Hassan in Madubin Dubawa
Most Promising Act (Male) – Alex Ekubo in In the Cupboard
Most Promising Act (Female) – Belinda Effiah in Kokoma
Most Promising Act (Yoruba) – Ibrahim Chatta in Aiyekooto
Child Actor of the Year – Wale Akinwunmi in Amope Alasela
Child Actress of the Year – Priscilla Ojo in Jejeloye
Director of the Year – Bayo Tijiani for Aiyekooto
Movie of the Year – Aiyekooto
Comedy of the Year – Okon Lagos 2
Best Movie with a Social Message – Kofo Tinubu
Screenplay of the Year – The Search
Cinematography of the Year – Aiyekooto
Movie with the Best Sound – Adesuwa
Best Edited Movie – I’ll Take My Chances
Best Production Set – Phone Swap
ONGA Best Use of Nigerian Food in Nollywood – Udeme
Best Short Film –  Femi Kuti at 50
Best Use of Costume in a Movie – Laide Bakare in Jejere
Best Kiss in a Nigerian Movie – Uti Nwachukwu & Tonto Dikeh in Broken Silence
Revelation of the Year – Moyo Lawal
Best Print Media Journalist – Biodun Kupoluyi of E-234
Special Recognition – Emem Isong, Tunde Kelani and Richard Mofe-Damijo

 

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