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Champions of Our Time Beats Kunle Afolayan's

By Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima
Champions of Our Time Beats Kunle Afolayan's
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The Nollywood movie "Champions of Our Time" by Mak Kusare received the Special Jury Prize for a fictional TV / Video at the 22nd edition of Pan African Film Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO). The prize is worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

The movie competed in the 24 film-strong TV and video films category which included “The Figurine” by Kunle Afolayan.

The following is the complete lisat of all the winners of the 22nd edition of Pan African FilmFestival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO).

- Golden Stallion of Yennenga: “Pegasus” Mouftakir Mohamed (Morocco), a value of ten million CFA francs more a standard.

- Silver Stallion of Yennenga: “A Screaming Man”" by Mahamat Saleh Haroun (Chad), a value of five million CFA francs plus a standard

- Bronze Stallion of Yennenga: “The Ideal Guy” Owell Brown (Ivory Coast), worth 2.5 million francs more a standard.

- Prize of the European Union: “Our foreign” Sarah Bouyain (Burkina Faso), a value of eight million francs CFA.

- Best documentary film school: “Oh whites” of Fatima Ouattara (Burkina Faso), worth two million CFA francs more than a diploma.

- Best Fiction Film School: “White gold” Adama Room (Morocco), worth two million CFA francs.

- Award for Best Actress: “Journey to Algiers by Abdelkrim Bahloul (Algeria), worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Award for Best Actor: “A step below the corruption of Sylvestre Amoussou (Benin), worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Best screenplay: “Journey to Algiers by Abdelkrim Bahloul (Algeria), worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Award for best picture: “Mosque” Daoud A. Syad (Morocco), worth one million francs CFA.

- Best Sound: “Pegasus” Mouhamed Mouftakir (Morocco), worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Award for best music, worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy, awarded to Wasis Diop for his contributions in these three films in official selection of Fespaco.

- Best scene: “Da Monzon conquer Samanyana” Sidy Diabate (Mali), worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Award for Best Editing: “The weight of the oath” Kollo Daniel Sanou (Burkina Faso), worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Award for best poster: “Tried the place …” Dahmane Ouzid (Algeria), worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Third Prize Documentary: “Indochina in the footsteps of a mother” of Idrissou Mora-Kpai (Benin), worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Second Prize Documentary: “The Witches of Gambaga” Yaba Badoe (Ghana), worth two million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- First prize in the documentary: “The unbroken spirit” Jane Murago-Munene (Kenya), a value of three million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Award for best work in series TV / Video: “Ishmael the blundering” Mamadou N'Diaye (Senegal), worth two million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Special jury prize for a fictional TV / Video: Championsof Our Time by Kusari Mak (Nigeria), worth one million CFA francs plus a trophy.

Prix the best piece of TV / Video “Hoperville” of Trengoue John (South Africa), worth two million CFA francs.

- Oumarou Ganda Prize: “Our foreign” Sarah Bouyain (Burkina Faso), worth two million CFA francs.

- Paul Robeson Prize: “The Loves of a zombie,” Arnold Antonin (Haiti), worth two million CFA francs plus a trophy.

- Foal Bronze “Tienye n”, Daouda Coulibaly (Mali), worth one million CFA francs more a foal.

- Foal money: “Taboo” Merien Riveill (Tunisia), worth two million CFA francs more than a colt.

- Colt Gold Yennenga “Garagouz” Abdenour Zahzah (Algeria), a value of three million CFA francs more a foal.

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