See The Full List Of Winners at The 2014 Screen Nation Awards In London.

It’s been an endless run of award ceremonies hasn’t it? We’re all waiting with bated breath now for the mother of all awards, the Oscars. But not before we celebrate the very best of Black Talent at the Screen Nation Awards!

It was the perfect combination of Nollywood and the British TV and Film Industry at this year’s Screen Nation Awards which took place at the River Bank Plaza, here in London.

The black British community came together to celebrate the outstanding contribution of black British artists in TV and film.

The event, hosted by Alibaba and American based actress,Caroline Chikezie was attended by some of the most talented names in British showbiz including Holby City Stars Jimmy Akingbola (love him!), Chizzy Akudolu, Olympic star Christine Ohuruogu, Model AJ Odudu and top boy star, Ashley Walters.

The full list of last night’s winners are 

Favourite Black Channel Award- ABN TV – SKY Channel 290

Favourite Male TV Star Award –Jimmy Akingbola

Award for Favourite Female TV Star- ChIzzy Akudolu

Male Performance in Film Award- CHIWETEL EJIOFOR (12 years A Slave)

Award for Female Performance in Film- Naomi Harris (Mandela)

Award  for Female Performance in TV- Sharon Duncan Brewster

Best Male Performance In TV- Idris Elba

Young Shooting Star Award- Adelayo Adedayo

Outstanding Contribution Award- Bill Duke

The Edric Connor Inspiration Award (Posthumous)- Felix Dexter

Outstanding Contribution to the Arts- Govenor Godswill Akpabio

Classic TV Series Award International- The Cosby Show

Classic Movie Award- Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing

Best African Movie Award- Half of a Yellow Sun

Favourite Male African International Emerging Screen Talent-  ALEX EKUBO

Favourite Female African International Emerging Screen Talent winner- Lupita Nyong’o

Favourite Nollywood Film- Flower Girl

Favourite British International Movie- 12 Years A Slave

Independent Spirit Film Production Award- Gone Too Far

Diversity in Factual Production (TV)- First Amongst Equals: The Laurie Cunningham Story – ITV1

Diversity in Drama Production (TV) Award-  C4’s RUN

Rising Talent Award- JAVONE PRINCE

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