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International Images Film Festival for Women 2014 Awards Ceremony

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The 2014 International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) ended with a wonderful ceremony at the Jameson Hotel in Harare's Samora Machel Avenue. The festival is orgainzed annually by the Women Filmmakers of Zimbabwe. Here are the results and some impressions from the awards.

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International Images Film Festival for Women 2014 Awards Ceremony

  1. 1. 23rd August 2014 Jameson Hotel, Harare International Images Film Festival for Women 2014 Awards Ceremony
  2. 2. Filmmakers, Artists and other cinema goers thronged the venue to support their favorite films.
  3. 3. A captivated audience awaits the decisions at the IIFF 2014 closing & awards ceremony.
  4. 4. Video messages by Chimamanda Adichie and Yaba Badoe, two of the nominees for the “Distinguished Women of African Cinema” Award.
  5. 5. IIFF 2014 Award Winners WALTER MUPARUTSA PRIZE FOR THE BEST FILM IN THE NEW MAN CATEGORY Under The Same Sun by Sameh Zoabi - USA/ Israel BEST SHORT FILM Strength in Fear by Ella Liliane Mutuyimana - Rwanda BEST DOCUMENTARY ($1000) Little Heaven by Lievan Corthouts - Ethiopia/ Belgium BEST SCRIPT Biyi Bandele for Half of A Yellow Sun - UK/ Nigeria BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY Bradford Young for Mother of George - USA/ Nigeria BEST ACTRESS Sumeia Maculuva in Virgin Margarida - Mozambique/ Portugal BEST DIRECTOR Joel Karekezii for Imbabazi : The Pardon – Rwanda BEST DEPICTION OF A WOMAN ALIVE: WOMAN OF HEART Virgin Margarida by Licinio Azevedo - Mozambique/ Portugal BEST FILM ($1000) Virgin Margarida by Licinio Azevedo - Mozambique/ Portugal
  6. 6. IIFF 2014 Award Winners II AUDIENCE PRIZE Half of A Yellow Sun by Biyi Bandele - UK, Nigeria BEST AFRICAN FILM ($1000) Half of a Yellow Sun by Biyi Bandele - Nigeria/ UK BEST SADC ($1000) Virgin Margarida by Licinio Azevedo - Mozambique/ Portugal BEST ZIMBABWEAN FILM ($500) Two Villages Apart by Donald Mabido SERVICE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING WFOZ MEMBER ($50) Stella January DISTINGUISHED WOMAN OF AFRICAN CINEMA Lupita Nyong’o - Kenya/ USA The juries did not award the Best Zimbabwean documentary ($ 500) and Zimbabwean film with best sound ($ 500)
  7. 7. IIFF 2014 Award Winners II AUDIENCE PRIZE Half of A Yellow Sun by Biyi Bandele - UK, Nigeria BEST AFRICAN FILM ($1000) Half of a Yellow Sun by Biyi Bandele - Nigeria/ UK BEST SADC ($1000) Virgin Margarida by Licinio Azevedo - Mozambique/ Portugal BEST ZIMBABWEAN FILM ($500) Two Villages Apart by Donald Mabido SERVICE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING WFOZ MEMBER ($50) Stella January DISTINGUISHED WOMAN OF AFRICAN CINEMA Lupita Nyong’o - Kenya/ USA The juries did not award the Best Zimbabwean documentary ($ 500) and Zimbabwean film with best sound ($ 500)

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