Screen Nation returns with their whopping 12th annual event that celebrates the achievements and diversity in television and film.

The nominations have been released…

This year gives a sense of recognition to Noel Clarke, who has made great strides in the world of television and film…post ‘Kidulthood’ days. The actor, director and writer leads with three nominations, including Achievement in Film Production alongside Amma Asante’s ‘A United Kingdom,’ Sean Spencer’s ‘Panic’, ‘The Weekend’ {Sheridan Myers) and ‘The Intent’ (Femi Oyeniran & Kalvadour Peterson).  The film ‘The Intent’ follows with a double nomination thanks to Dylan Dufus, who’s shortlisted for Male Performance in Film alongside David Gyasi, Arnold Oceng, Arinze Kene and David Oyelowo.

Ashley Walters joins Malachi Kirby, OT Fagbenle, Adrian Lester, Babou Ceesay and Noel Clarke in the Male Performance in TV category.

Coming-of-age indie film ‘Brash Young Turks’ gets an nomination in Independent Film Spirit Category with Adesunloye’s ‘White Colour Black’, ‘Six Rounds’ by Marcus Flemmings, Rayna Campbell’s ‘Lapse of Honour’, Amoo’s ‘A Moving Image’ and ‘Residential’ by Demus Pascal.

Damon Idris, who has had a humble beginning in Sebastien Thiel’s hit online show ‘Just A Couple’ is confirmed to appear in upcoming US drama ‘Snowfall’. He’s among the shortlist of nominee to be placed forward for Emerging Talent Award. The category also includes Eric Kofi-Abrefa (‘Humans’), Daniel Ezra, Rege-Jean Page (‘Roots’) and Tolu Adeoye BBC London News (News Reporter).

Lucien Laviscount was alongside Jessica Sula in ‘Honeytrap’ and has appeared in ‘Between Two Worlds’. He’s nominated for the Rising Star Awards alongside presenter Maya Jama, Sennia Nanua (‘The Girl With The Gifts’), Sope Disiru (‘Black Mirror’), Simona Brown (‘Roots’). Nanua is also up for a second nomination in Female Performance in Film with Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Ruth Negga, Antonia Thomas and Vinette Robinson.

Six of the categories will get the public to vote for their official winner.

Rochelle Humes, AJ Odudu and Michael Coel will batlle it our for the Favourite TV Female Personality. Coel has a second nomination in Favourite Comedy talent alongside Susan Wokoma, who also up for the Best Female Performance in TV alongside Nikki Amuka-Bird, Sophie Okonedo, Diane Parish and Wunmi Mosaku. Melvin Odoom, Chris Karama, Shaun Wallace and Ori Oduba are just the few names up for the Favourite Male Personality.

Broadcasters BEN TV, ROK, African Movie Channel, VOX Africa, ABN TV and the Africa Channel will compete for the Favourite Black Broadcaster.

 

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