The Africa International Film Festival, AFRIFF, is an eight-day immersion into the world of African filmmaking – from feature films to documentaries – wrapped up last weekend with South African movies leading the pack of winners at the festival’s awards night, The Africa International Film Festival’s Globe Awards which held at The Twin Waters.

The event saw big African stars from Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde to Rita Dominic gracing the red carpet, and over three thousand entries which produced a thousand five hundred selections, the festival, a series of screenings, panel discussions, training, and sessions for school kids.

Among all the winners of the night, Wulu (Mali) was one of the biggest winners.Scroll through the full list of winners below:

Best Actor: Ibrahim Koma, Wulu (Mali)

Best Actress: Lydia Forson, Keteke (Ghana)

Special Jury MentionAlter Ego (Nigeria)

Oronto Douglas Award for Best Nigerian FilmHakkunde (Nigeria)

Best Screenplay: Dauda Coulibali – Wulu (Mali)

Best Director: Alain Gomis, Felicité (Senegal)

Audience Choice AwardThe Lost Café by Kenneth Gyang (Nigeria)

Best Student Short FilmThe Fall (South Africa)

Best Short Film1745 (UK)

Best AnimationHuse Met Lang Ore (South Africa)

Best Documentary: We Have Never Been Kids (Egypt)

Best Feature FilmI Am Not a Witch (Zambia/UK)

Best French Language FilmWulu (Mali)