2008 Award Winners

BEST FILM OF THE FESTIVAL

“A FISH CALLED PUMZA” by Emma Mostert of Clarendon Girls High School, East London District.

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD

“HARVEST WHAT YOU PLANTED” by Bulumko Dukada of Uviwe Senior Secondary School, East London District.

COMMISSIONER’S DREAM AWARD

“A FISH CALLED PUMZA” by Emma Mostert of Clarendon Girls High School, East London District.

BEST DIRECTOR

Emma Mostert for “A FISH CALLED PUMZA” from Clarendon Girls High School, East London District.

BEST PRODUCER

Devonique van Greenen for “REPLAY FOR A BETTER DAY” from Lady Grey Arts Academy, Sterkspruit District.

BEST SCREENPLAY

Mongezi Khofana for “EDUCATION THE EYE OPENER” from Nongeke Senior Secondary School, Bizana District.

BEST STORY

“LISTEN” by Laura Besch of Theodor Herzl High School, Port Elizabeth District.

BEST ACTOR

Thembelihle Hatile for his role as VJ in “BEYOND THE FACE” from Nompumelelo High School, Queenstown District.

BEST ACTRESS

Zizipho Waxa for her role as Pumza in “A FISH CALLED PUMZA” of Clarendon Girls High School, East London District.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Kevin Orpen for his role as Jack in “CHANGES” from  Selbourne College, East London District.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Ncediswa Njingane for her role as Mrs Nzuzo in “MY REFLECTION” from Walmer High School, Port Elizabeth District.

OUTSTANDING STUDENT PARTICIPATION

Byron Kreusch in “CHANGES” from Selbourne College, East London District.

OUTSTANDING SCHOOL PARTICIPATION

Nongeke Senior Secondary School, Bizana District (Liaison Teacher: Seena Tucker) for the film  “EDUCATION THE EYE OPENER” 

BEST CROWD SCENE

The Arrest Scene in “MY REFLECTION” by Nobuntu Mangqalaza from Walmer High School, Port Elizabeth District.

BEST SCENE

The Family Meeting in “EDUCATION THE EYE OPENER” by Mongezi Khofana of Nongeke Senior Secondary School, Bizana District.

MOST PROMISING DIRECTOR

Yandisa Majola for “GENERATIONAL CURSE” of Bulelani Senior Secondary School, Queenstown District.

MOST PROMISING SCREENPLAY

“YOUR LOVE MY FREEDOM” by Linjalo Njaba of Mida English Medium School, Dutywa District.

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