All the winners at the 2016 Silwerskerm Festival

Christia Venter. (Photo: Instagram)
Christia Venter. (Photo: Instagram)

Cape Town – The sixth annual Silwerskerm Festival ended on a high note with the awards ceremony held on Saturday, 27 August at the Bay Hotel in Camps Bay.

Johnny Is Nie Dood Nie, the debut film by award-winning playwright and theatre producer Christiaan Olwagen, walked away with seven awards. 

Here are all the winners:

Best short film
Vlees van my vlees

Best director: Short film
Matthys Boshoff – Vlees van my Vlees

Best actor: Short film
Carel Nel – Hum

Christiaan Olwagen: Beste draaiboek en regisseur. #silwerskermfees2016 #myafrikaans

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Best actress: Short film
Erica Wessels – Vlees van my Vlees

Best script: Short film
Willem Grobler – Hum

Best editing: Short film
Leon Visser – Hum

Special award: (Cinematogrpahy)

Best feature film
Johnny is nie dood nie

Tess aka @christia_v at #silwerskermfees2016 awarded #bestactress ?? #tessfilm

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Best director: Feature film
Christiaan Olwagen – Johhny is nie dood nie

Best actor: Feature film
Albert Pretorius – Johhny is nie dood nie

Best actress: Feature film
Christia Visser – Tess

Best supporting actor
Ludwig Binge – Johnny is nie dood nie

Best supporting actress
Illana Cilliers – Johnny is nie dood nie

Best original score: Feature film
Charl-Johan Lingenvelder – Johnny is nie dood nie

Best script: Feature film
Christiaan Olwagen – Johnny is nie dood nie

Best editing: Feature film
Linda Man – Tess

Die toekenningsaand vir vanjaar se #silwerskermfees2016 het sopas begin. @kyknettv

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Best cinematography: Feature film
Bert Haitsma – Tess

Best production design
Birrie Le-Roux – Johhny is nie dood nie

Best existing short film
Dearest Elle – Adam Heyns, Jenna Dunster and Laré Brink

Best documentary
Nobody’s died laughing

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