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WINNERS FOR THE 2ND RIVERWOOD ACADEMY AWARDS 2015

Gerald Langiri
March 24 / 2015

In a similar fashion and stylesx as that of last year awards, the 2nd Riverwood awards did not disappoint as the winners were announced at a red carpet affair at the Alliance Francaise on the 14th of March with Mwaniki Mageria being the host of the night for the 2nd time running with assistance at interludes by Julis Maasai the comedian.

Mwaniki Mageria Host

Mwaniki Mageria Host

Without further ado, below are the winners of the Riverwood Academy awards 2015 and a big congratulation to all of them:

Riverwood academy awards winners 2015

BEST SCRIPT WRITER - Brian Munene – MY FAITH

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY- Marvin Kariuki – CONSIGNED TO OBLIVION

BEST SOUND- Jeremiah Makokha – TIMOTHY

BEST EDITING - Cutalyst – STRATA

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE- NIKO NA GENGE

BEST TV SUPPORTING ACTRESS- Freshia Mwangi – WARIDI

BEST TV SUPPORTING ACTOR- Thomas Oyolo – MSHAMBA

BEST TV LEAD ACTRESS- Ann Kalua – TAXI DRIVER

BEST TV LEAD ACTOR- James Chanji – MSHAMBA

BEST TV DIRECTOR- MAISHA BURE – KANG’ETHE MUNGAI

BEST TV SERIES- MSHAMBA

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS-Veronica Wacheke – STRATA

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR - Victor Ndolo – NIKO NA GENGE

BEST LEAD ACTRESS- Celestine Sidi – KOLOA

BEST LEAD ACTOR- Muchiri Mentor – BODA BODA

BEST DIRECTOR- Gift Payne – KOLOA

BEST FEATURE- STRATA

BEST FEATURE EAST AFRICA- PLAN B – UGANDA

BEST STUDENT FILM- CONSIGNED TO OBLIVION

HALL OF FAME ACTRESS -Madivan – Jane Wambui

HALL OF FAME ACTOR - Wandahuhu – Frank Kimani

HALL OF FAME DIRECTOR- Simiyu Barasa

More info and pictures on Riverwood academy awards, like their facebook page here

Bishop Kosgei Chairman of Kenya Film Classification Board awarding Freshia Mwangi,BEST TV SUPPORTING ACTRESS (waridi)

Bishop Kosgei Chairman of Kenya Film Classification Board awarding Freshia Mwangi,BEST TV SUPPORTING ACTRESS (waridi)

 Phillip Mentor making an acceptance speech after receiving the Best Lead Actor Award.(BODA BODA)

 Phillip Mentor making an acceptance speech after receiving the Best Lead Actor Award.(BODA BODA)

Kang'ethe Mungai won Best Director in a TV Series for Maisha Bure .

 Kang'ethe Mungai won Best Director in a TV Series for Maisha Bure .

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