Know any Nigerian film or documentary that promotes Transparency, Accountability and Good governance? Here is your chance to help them win a whooping N1,000,000 (One Million Naira) each.
Homevida in partnership with United States Agency for International Development (USAID/SACE) is raising awareness on these issues as a medium to influence citizens to engage and demand for good governance. This is in a bid to stir up interest in the audience to enquire and participate in what goes on in their policies and society.
Nominations are now open and it’s your chance to nominate your favourite film and documentary promoting these issues to win big at the 2017 Nigeria Integrity Film Awards (Homevida).
Simply visit our website www.homevida.org to submit your nominations.
Hurry NOW! Nominations end on the 20th of October 2017.
It’s finally here!
You nominated and we have chosen!
Nominated for the Best Feature Film in Transparency, Accountability and Good Governance are:
Oloibiri by Rogers Ofime
Remember Me by Uru Eke
And for the Best Documentary in Transparency, Accountability and Good Governance we have:
Nowhere to Run by The Yaradua Foundation
Coping With Boko Haram Part 1 & 2 by Kayode Ogundamisi
How to Vote? Easy!
Simply click here to vote for your favorite movie and documentary that addresses issues in Transparency, Accountability and Good Governance.
Voting closes on the 10th of December, 2016 at exactly 3pm.
What are you waiting for? Hurry now and vote!
The 2016 TAGG Prize is endowed by the USAID funded project – Strengthening Advocacy and Civic Engagement (SACE)
Do you know any Feature film or Documentary that promotes Transparency, Accountability and Good Governance issues in Nigeria?
Then this is your opportunity give your favorite Nollywood Feature Film and Documentary a chance to win N1,000,000 (One Million Naira) in each category.
Simply visit www.homevida.org to nominate the film that best fits the criteria.
Nominations end on Friday, 21st October 2016.
What are you waiting for? Start Nominating! !! !!!
Last week, Homevida in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) ran a call for nomination for feature films that raise awareness on issues faced by persons with disability (click here if you missed it) and we were impressed with the number of nominations received.
After the weeklong process, a jury was set up to identify which of the 36 movies nominated best highlighted the message.
The 36 movies are:
- Jealous Heart by Emem Isong
- Champions of our Time by Chidi Nwokeabia
- The Maid by Grace Edwin Okon
- Beyond Disability by Iyabo Ojo
- Demystifying Autism by Grace Edwin Okon
- Back to Basics by Joy and Peace Aneke
- Emere by Dotun Akande
- The Prodigal Brother by David Gipson
- Room Service by Ikenna Emma Aniekwe
- Road to Yesterday by Genevieve Nnaji
- Warri He-Goat by Kenneth Okonkwo
- Calabash by Chinonso Okonkwo
- Brave by Lowla Dee
- Dry by Stephanie Okereke Linus
- 76 by Adonijah Owiriwa
- Bleeding Tree by Pressing Forward
- The Game by Frank Rajah
- Mama Africa by Nobert Ajaegbu
- Side Chic by Lilian Emehelu
- October 1 by Kunle Afolayan
- Nkoli Nwa Nsukka by Mac Collins Chidebe
- The last 3 digits by Moses Inwang
- Lies Men Tell by Uche Jombo
- Apaye by Emem Isong
- The Family that Preys by Tyler Perry
- Sugar Boy by Obi Madubogwu
- Felicima by Slim Denis Ometan
- Standing Alone by Tchidi Chikere
- The Changer by Ejim Fortune Kezi
- For the Wrong Reasons by Elvis Chuks
- A Million Colours by Elvis Chuks
- Bread of Sorrow by Nwaonu Chiemelie
- Mummy Dearest by Chioma Willis Ikedum
- Sorrow of the Blind by Uchenna Nwankwo
- Gloves of Passion by Agboola Gureje
- The Blind Orphan by Uchenna Nwankwo
Did your feature film get shortlisted?
Find out in the next post 🙂
The feature film nominations for the 2015 HomeVida Awards is now open!
This year, HomeVida in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is raising awareness about the issues faced by persons with disability particularly disabled women and youth in Nigeria.
Do you know any Nigerian movie that highlights this issue? If you do, help them win N1 million (One Million Naira Only) at the 2015 HomeVida Awards.
Click HERE to nominate your favourite film(s)
Hurry! nomination ends on the 24th of November, 2015