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Flavourmag’s great work has been recognised with a nomination at The Screen Nation Digital-iS Media Awards in the category for Favourite Youth Entertainment/Lifestyle Site/Mag. This new award is designed as a competitive excellence platform that showcases some of the best work being published online made by black British and international digital media creatives working across short films, web series, blogs, magazines, social networks and more.

This purely online event highlights a new born media maker that can simply wake up write, cast and fund a project online, record & edit with a mobile device, launch a YouTube channel to distribute the work, and design a blog to start publicizing it to find an audience via any one of a number of social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more. A new era has arrived….Digital-iS our reality!

Check out the nominations below and place your vote for Flavourmag here.

For ticket information visit: www.screennation.net/digitalis

NOMINEES

Favourite Web Series Actor
Kingsley Amadi (Spin)
Michael Salami (Spin)
Samuell Benta (All About The McKenzies)
Wil Johnson (Sokorates)
Zephryn Taitte (Brothers With No Game)

Favourite Web Series Actress
Busayo Ige (Unfamous)
Letitia Hector (Venus vs Mars)
Linda Adey (Dear Jesus)
Ria Horsford (All About The McKenzies)
Segilola Scott (Breach)
Tanya Vital (Sokorates)

Favourite Web Series Ensemble
All About The McKenzies
Breach
Brothers With No Game
Spin
Unfamous

Favourite Web Series
All About The McKenzies
Brothers With No Game
Dear Jesus
Redemptions End
Sokorates
Spin
Unfamous
Venus vs Mars

Favourite Short Film (to be judged by attendees on the day)
12 The Damaged Race (Aml Ameen)
Illegal Activity (Sebastian Thiel)
Jonah (Kibwe Tavare)
Sorry We Don’t Help Darkies (Travis Watson)
The Block (Michael Gouken Omonua)

Favourite Music Promo produced by Luti Media
Little Mix ft. Missy Elliot – How Ya Doing (Produced by Amalia Rosen Rawlings,
Directed by Carly Cussen)
Lemar – Invincible (Produced by Amalia Rosen Rawlings, Directed by Carly
Cussen)
JLS – Do You Feel What I Feel (Produced by Luti Fagbenle, Directed by
Marcus Lundin)
Angel – The World (Produced by Ayo Davis, Directed by Director X)
Daps – Ian Wright (Produced by Luti Fagbenle, Directed by Fabien Montique)

Favourite Youth Entertainment/Lifestyle Site/Mag
Flavourmag
GRM Daily
Its Upshot
Link Up TV
Rep Dat
SB.TV
Soul Culture

Favourite Arts & Entertainment/Lifestyle Site/Mag
Afridiziak
ItsBlackcurrent
MadNews
Pappzd
The British Blacklist
The LaLa Report

Honorary Digital Vanguard Awards are to be presented to:
LUTI FAGBENLE, one of the UK’s top digital producers and founder of LUTI MEDIA – the top UK digital production company working across music promos, commercials and films.
JAMAL EDWARDS, the innovative digital entrepreneur, founder and CEO of SB.TV – the UK’s leading online youth broadcaster. *sponsored by Afrinolly – African movies in your pocket

VOTING
To cast your vote, please go to www.voxafrica.co.uk/digitalis. Voting closes on Sunday 15th December at midnight. The winner of each category will be selected by a unique combination of peer review and public votes.
THE CEREMONY – TUES 17TH DECEMBER (3.30pm – 7.30pm)

Limited tickets to the ceremony are on sale here: www.screennationdigitalis.eventbrite.co.uk

Tickets include entry to the official after-party which is also the SCREEN NATION CELEBRITY CHRISTMAS SOIREE. Guests will enjoy complimentary drinks, food, gift bags and music from Capital XTRA’s DJ Abrantee (see below).
SCREEN NATION CELEBRITY CHRISTMAS SOIREE – TUES 17TH DECEMBER (7pm – 12pm)
Select Guest list VIP ACCESS: Pre-pay £25 to guarantee entry (£30 from 01.12.13)
Limited tickets on sale here: www.screennationxmas.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 

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