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Winners are written first and are emboldened.[1][2][3]

2nd Nollywood Movies Awards
Date12 October 2013
SiteIntercontinental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
Hosted bySegun Arinze and Dakore Akande
Organized byNollywood Movies Network
Best Movie
Best Actor in a Leading Role
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Best Actress in a supporting Role
Best indigenous Actor
  • Imeh Bishop Udoh (Udeme mmi)
  • Ekere Nkanga (Kokomma)
  • Wole Ojo (Maami)
  • Segun ‘Lanko’ Ogunremi (Odasan)
Best Actress Indigenous
Best Indigenous Movie
Best Director
Best Editing
Best Sound Design
Best Cinematography
Best Original Screenplay
Best Costume Design
  • Jaiye Owolabi (The Gods are Still not to Blame)
  • Titi Aluko (Phone Swap)
  • Ekene Okoye Mpon (Kiss and the Brides)
  • Yolanda Okereke & Aminat Olateju (Journey to Self)
  • Wanger Ayu & Rosaline Ijejem (Mr & Mrs)
  • Iyen Agbonifo (Adesuwa)
Best Make-up
  • Jennifer Alegieuno (The Meeting)
  • Temisan Etsede – Adesuwa
  • Touch of Glamour- Tobi Jeje- Phillip & Korede Olowoyo (Journey to Self)
  • Tracy Iyoha (The Gods are still not to Blame)
  • Olivia Obasi (Broken)
Best Set Design
Best Sound Track
  • Patrick Mathias (Hoodrush)
  • Truth (The Meeting)
  • Luke Corradine (Last flight to Abuja)
  • Slam (Udeme Mmi)
  • Truth (Phone Swap)
  • Oludare Olateju (The Gods are still not to Blame)
Best Diaspora Movie
Best Short Movie
  • Unspoken
  • 15 Minutes
  • Epitaph
  • Ogondah
  • Blink
  • Till Death do us Apart
Best Rising Star (male)
  • Uti Nwachukwu (In the Cupboard)
  • OC Ukeje – Hoodrush
  • Ifeanyi Kalu (Kokomma)
  • Bobby Obodo – (Mrs Somebody)
Best Rising Star (female)
Best child Actor
Popular online Choice (male)
  • Imeh Bishop Udoh
Popular online Choice (female)
Top Box office Movie
Industry Patron Award
Goodluck Jonathan Lifetime Achievement Award: Justus Esiri

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "NMA 2013 Winners". 360nobs. Retrieved 24 March 2014.
  2. ^ "NMA Nominees". TheNetNg. Archived from the original on 2014-03-26. Retrieved 24 March 2014.
  3. ^ "NMA Winners". Retrieved 24 March 2014.