Winners For Kenya’s Annual ‘Pearl International Film Festival (PIFF)’ Announced

The winners for Kenya’s Annual Pearl International Film Festival (PIFF) were Announced about a while back where King’s Virgins won the prize for Best Feature and i completely missed making it available for those who are interested in movies out of Kenya.

The Pearl International Film Festival (PIFF), is an annual film festival held in Kampala, Uganda. It has been described as one of the biggest film event in Uganda. PIFF is a non-governmental organization founded by Moses Magezi and Usama Mukwaya and established in 2011 to develop and promote film and other cultural industries as catalyst for the regional social and economic growth.

Check  out the Full list Winners from the 3rd edition of PIFF below;

Best Editing
Kayongo Ivan Kavan (Semester)

Best Supporting Actor
Mageye Hassan (Kings Virgins)

Best Suporting Actress
Abha Kalsi (Hang out)

Best Script /Writer
Nakulima Jennifer (Omugugu gw’ekibi)

Best Sound
King’s Virgins

Best Cinematography
Kayongo Ivan Kavan (Semester)

Best Production Design
Wasajja Joshua (Kings Virgins)

Best Short Film
E’nda ‘The suicide note’

Best Short Film Documentary
Defying the odds

Best Media House
Vision Group

Media Personality
Polly Kamukama

Special Award
Hussein kagolo

Best Actress in a lead
Nakulima Jennifer (Omugugu gw’ekibi)

Best Actor in a lead
Bijampora Herbert (E’nda “the sucide note”)

Best Director
Prince Joe Nakibinge (Kings Virgins)

Best Feature Film
King’s Virgins

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