UK Event: Screen Nation Film & Television Nominees List 2015


Founded in 2003 by independent producer Charles Thompson MBE, the annual Screen Nation Film & Television Awards (and its related products) is a UK-based non-profit organisation owned and operated by the Screen Nation Media Group for and on behalf of UK-based and global film & television professionals of African heritage. 

All nominations, honorary awards and award structures are created by the Screen Nation Foundation made up of professionals and organisations interested in the advancement of UK-based and global industry professionals of African heritage and their sector.

Check out the 2015 Screen Nation nominees list below.

Favourite Film 
  • Annie
  • No Good Deed
  • Ride Along
  • The Equalizer
  • Think Like A Man Too

​Favourite Female Screen Personality 

  • Ava Duvernay
  • Gabrielle Union
  • Kerry Washington
  • Shonda Rhimes
  • Viola Davis

Favourite Male Screen Personality

  • Anthony Mackie
  • Denzel Washington
  • Forest Whittaker
  • Kevin Hart
  • Tyler Perry

Favourite International Movie 

  • The Maze Runner
  • No Good Deed
  • Selma
  • The Good Lie
  • The Whale

Favourite African Movie (made by or featuring British cast)

  • Afua’s Diary
  • The Devil in Freetown
  • Invasion 1897
  • Love or Something Like That
  • Double Cross
  • Gone to Far
  • Mum, Dad, Meet Sam
  • Urban Rhythm

Favourite Black TV Show

  • Culture Vultures
  • Family Time
  • Ladies Talk
  • Pauline Long Show
  • Real Talk
  • The Nana Churcher Show
  • The Sporah Show

Favourite UK Afrobeats Music Promo

  • Fuse ODG ft Sean Paul  – Dangerous Love
  • Kwamz and Flava – Wo Onane No
  • May7ven – Werk 
  • Mista Silva ft Syron – Green Light 
  • Moelogo ft Giggs – The Baddest 
  • Zafi B ft Atumpan – Superhero

Favourite Female TV Star

  • Denise Nurse
  • Jamelia
  • Lorna Laidlaw
  • Rochelle Humes
  • Sandy and Sandra – Gogglebox
  • Sarah Jane Crawford

Favourite Male TV Star

  • Ade Adepitan
  • Marvin Humes
  • Reggie Yates
  • Richard Ayoade
  • Simon Webbe

Female Performance in Film

  • Nadine Marshall
  • Gugu Mbatha-Raw
  • Carmen Ejogo

Male Performance in Film

  • David Oyewolo
  • Chiwetel Ejiofer
  • Harley Sylvester
  • Idris Elba
  • Aml Ameen
  • Arnold Oceng

Female Performance in TV

  • Letitia Wright
  • Lorna Laidlaw
  • Petra Letang
  • Sara Martins
  • Nathalie Emmanuel
  • Laura Rollins

Male Performance in TV

  • Patrick Robinson
  • Tobi Bakare
  • O.T. Fagbenle
  • David Gyasi
  • Samuel Anderson
  • Don Gilet

Rising Talent

  • Georgina Bobb
  • Ryan Calais Cameron
  • Aaron Fontaine
  • Nosa Igbinedion
  • Tarah Welsh
  • Antonia Thomas
  • Royce Pierreson

Young Shooting Star

  • McKell David
  • Ade Oyefoso
  • Jacob Anderson
  • Modupe Adeyeye
  • Georgina Campbell
  • Rebecca Scroggs

Diversity in Factual Production 

  • Nat King Cole: Afraid of the Dark 
  • Fostering & Me with Lorraine Pascale
  • The Secret Life of Your Clothes
  • Storyville: Madela, The Myth and Me
  • The World’s War: Forgotten Soldiers of Empire

Diversity in Drama Production

  • Holby City 
  • Murdered by My Boyfriend 
  • Death in Paradise 
  • Game of Thrones
  • Doctors

Independent Spirit Film Production 

  • Through the Lens of Hip Hop: UK Women 
  • 1 Way Up
  • Hard Time Bus
  • Beauty Is

Achievement in Film Production 

  • Half of a Yellow Sun
  • The Anomaly
  • Belle
  • Montana
  • The Double

To vote for the categories open to public CLICK HERE.

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February 2015
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