Winners List For The 2013 South African Film & Television Awards (SAFTA’s)

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The 7th edition of the South African Film & Television Awards (SAFTA’s), was held on Saturday the 16th of March at a gala event at Gallagher Estate in Johannesburg. The awards is an annual celebration awarding the best in Film & TV talent South Africa has to offer. The main objectives of the awards are to celebrate excellence, encourage entrepreneurship and the development of new talent and profile celebrated South African talent and product to national and International markets.

Check out the full list of winners after the jump.

FILM Category

Best Director of a Feature Film
Craig Freimond – Material

Best Actor in a Feature Film
Material – Riaad Moosa as “Cassim Kaif”

Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film
Material – Vincent Ebrahim as “Ebrahim Kaif”

Best Actress in a Feature Film
Little One – Lindiwe Ndlovu as “Pauline”

Best Supporting Actress in a Feature Film
A Million Colours – Matshepo Maleme as “Busi”

Best Writing Team of a Feature Film
Chris Barnard – Die Wonderwerker (The Miracle Worker)

Best Feature Film
Material – T.O.M. Pictures

Best Cinematographer of a Feature Film
Trevor Brown – A Million Colours

Best Editor of a Feature Film
Ronelle Loots – Die Wonderwerker (The Miracle Worker)

Best Production Designer of a Feature Film
Bathoni Robinson – Pretville

Best Music Composition
Orangotang Music and Michael Bester – Semi-Soet

Best Costume Designer
Nerine Pienaar – Semi-Soet

Best Make up/Hair Stylist
Charlie Runge, Lee-Anne Nourse – Pretville

Best Sound Designer of a Feature Film
Charlotte Buys – Material

Best Student Film
Die Windpomp – AFDA: Miklas Manneke, Jade Galbraith

Best Short Film
Umkhungo – Matthew Jankes

Best Animation
Adventures In Zambezia – Triggerfish Animation Studios

Television Category

Documentaries:
Best Editor of a Documentary Short
Carte Blanche Editing Team – Carte Blanche: Riaan Manser

Best Editor of a Documentary Feature
Andrew Wessels – Sobukwe: A Great Soul

Best Cinematographer of a Documentary Short
Annalet SteenKamp – Sea Skeletons

Best Cinematographer of a Documentary Feature
Felix Seuffert – Forerunners

Best Director of a Documentary Short
Carte Blanche Directing Team – Carte Blanche – Aurora Liquid

Best Director of a Documentary Feature
Mickey Dube – Sobukwe – A Great Soul

Best Documentary Feature
Sobukwe – A Great Soul – Born Free Media

Best Documentary Short
Carte Blanche – Aurora Liquid – Carte Blanche

Drama:

Best TV Drama Series
4Play: Sex Tips for Girls – Quizzical Pictures

Best Director on a TV Drama Series
4Play: Sex Tips for Girls – Amanda Lane

Best Actor in a TV Drama Series
90 Plein Street – Mothusi Magano as “Tshepo Sadiki”

Best Supporting Actor in a TV Drama Series
4Play: Sex Tips for Girls – Pallance Dladla as “Jimmy”

Best Actress in a TV Drama Series
4Play: Sex Tips for Girls – Tiffany Jones-Barbuzano as “Danny”

Best Supporting Actress in a TV Drama Series
90 Plein Street – Nazli George as “Shireen”

Best Writing Team in a TV Drama Series
Writing Team – 4Play: Sex Tips for Girls

Best DOP / Cinematographer of a TV Drama Series
Trevor Brown – Erfsondes

Best Editor of a TV Drama Series
Tanja Hagen, Tumi Modiba, Sharron Hawkes, Yoav Dagan, Jürgen Hellberg – 90 Plein Street

Best Production Design of a TV Drama Series
Larissa Peters – Zone 14

Best Costume Design of a TV Drama Series
Rochelle Selling – 4Play: Sex Tips for Girls

Best Make-up & Hair Stylist of a TV Drama Series
Minuche Snyman – 4Play: Sex Tips for Girls

Best Sound Design of a TV Drama Series
Richard Hedges – Erfsondes

Soapies:

Best Director on a TV Soap
The Wild Directing Team – The Wild

Best Actor in a TV Soap
Isidingo – Kevin Smith as “Frank Xavier”

Best Actress in a TV Soap
Scandal! – Louise Barnes as “Donna”

Best Ensemble on a TV Soap
Rhythm City – Quizzical Pictures

Best Writing Team on a TV Soap
Lerato Khanye, Mark Graham Wilson and Thomas Hall – Scandal!

Best Editor of a TV Soap
The Wild Editing Team – The Wild

Best Art Direction of a TV Soap
Anneri Gericke – The Wild

Best DOP/Cinematgrapher of a TV Soap
Greg Heimann, Leon Kriel – The Wild

Best TV Soap: (public vote)
7de Laan

Comedy:

Best Actor in a TV Comedy
Ses’Top La – Leroy Gopal as “Oleshe”

Best Actress in a TV Comedy
Abo Mzala – Salamina Mosese as “Ella”

Best Ensemble
ZA News – Both Worlds

Best Editor of a TV Comedy
Aaron Naidoo, Rod Macleod, Hugh Upsher – ZA News

Best Art Direction of a TV Comedy
Riccardo Pugliese, Lindsay Van Blerk – ZA News

Wildlife:

Best Director of a Wildlife Programme
Dereck Joubert – The Last Lions

Best Editor of a Wildlife Programme
Susan Scott, Candice Odgers – The Last Lions

Best Cinematographer of a Wildlife Programme
Dereck Joubert – The Last Lions

Best TV Wildlife Programme
The Last Lions – Wildlife Films

Other categories:

Best Youth & Children Programme
Challenge SOS – 2 Blonds and a Redhead Filming

Best Factual Educational Entertainment Programme
Sobukwe: A Great Soul – Born Free Media

Best News & Actuality Programme
Crimes Uncovered SA – Clive Morris Productions

Best Magazine
The Edition – Engage Entertainment (Pty) Ltd

Best Variety & Lifestyle Show
Cooking with Siba – Homebrew Films

Best Music Show
Afro Café – Bonngoe Productions

Best Talk Show
Motswako – Carol Bouwer Productions

Best Reality Show
Culture Shock – Vanilla Productions

Best International Format Reality Show
Come Dine With Me – Rapid Blue

Best Game Show
Jam Alley Crew VS Crew – Red Pepper

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Mistah Cole

Mistah Cole

is a Nigerian-born Music critic and movie blogger

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