Winners

See winners from Homevida Short script competition and feature film nominations

Two Thousand And Seventeen

Kehinde Oluwaseun

Script title: Dilemma

Kehinde Oluwaseun is a 23-year-old screenwriter/film and TV director. 

He won the Transparency, Accountability and Good Governance (TAGG) Category.

Michael Joseph Osabor

Script title: Man in a Mirror

Michael Joseph Osabor is a 22-year-old passionate writer from Edo State. He emerged the winner with the help of his mother who believed in his dream of learning the art of professional screenwriting.

Two Thousand And Sixteen

Awelenje Oladipo Nurudeen

Script title: In Apathy

He won the 2016 HomeVida short script competition titled “In Apathy”

Category: Transparency, Accountability and Good Governance (TAGG)

Jennifer Agunloye

Script title: Beautiful Mistake

She won the Homevida short script competition titled “Beautiful Mistake” under Category: Promoting the Digital Economy

Two Thousand And Fifteen

Tomi Adesina

Script title: Fiesty John

She won the 2015 Homevida short script competition titled “Feisty John” under the category Rights, Freedom, Safety And Security

Uzo Stephanie Ifeoma

Script title: Believe

She won the 2015 Homevida short script competition titled “Believe” under the category Economic and Social Impact

Two Thousand And Fourteen

Tunde Apalowo

Script title: Lost Children

He won the 2015 Homevida short script competition titled “Life in a Day” under the category Reputation Management.

Onyinye Muomah

Script title: Kelechi

She won the 2014 Homevida short script titled “Kelechi” under the category of Anti-Trafficking in Person

Two Thousand And Thirteen (and Twelve)

Oghomwen Adeyinka-Edward

Script title: Mutual Benefit

She won the 2013 Homevida short script competition titled “Mutual Benefit” under the category Investment Market Film SIze

Frances Okeke

Script title: The Aviation Man

She won the 2012 and 2013 Homevida Short Script Competition titled “The Aviation Man” under the category Public Probity and “Dream-Poetic” under the category Family Friend

Two Thousand And Eleven

Chris Odeh

Script title: Oloibiri

In 2011 he won the HomeVida Best Short Film Script in the child-friendly category with the popular ‘Enitan’ under the category “Family Friendly”

In 2015 he produced 3 short films in the Anti-Trafficking in Person’s category at the 2014 Homevida Short Script Competition.

Odeh Jackson Okpunyi

Script title: Nemesis

He won the 2011 Homevida short script competition titled “Nemesis” under the category Due Process

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