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Alicia Eyo, from Emmerdale with Don Gilet, of Holby City

The Black International Film Festival (BIFF) diamond edition took place in Birmingham and the glittering award was welled attended by black celebrities in the UK. The week long event started on the 26th of October and ended on November 1, 2014.

The award was hosted by Legendary actor Rudolph Walker with comedian and TV presenter Angie Le Mar at the Birmingham’s International Convention Centre. The event was graced by over 800 guests who mingled with the stars of Britain’s best-loved TV soaps, dramas and documentaries.

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Best actor award goes to Rudulph Walker, presented by Crystal Yu and Chucky Venn
Best actress Georgina Campbell for her role in Murdered by my Boyfriend
Best actress Georgina Campbell for her role in Murdered by my Boyfriend
Special achievement award goes to the cast of Doctors
Special achievement award goes to the cast of Doctors
Singing for Birmingham
Singing for Birmingham
 Lloyd Blake (left) with Beverly Lindsay, OD, OBE, and Sir Albert Bore, Leader of Birmingham City Council
Lloyd Blake (left) with Beverly Lindsay, OD, OBE, and Sir Albert Bore, Leader of Birmingham City Council
 Jimmy Akingbola with Lorna Laidlaw
Jimmy Akingbola with Lorna Laidlaw
Entertainer Brenda Edwards
Entertainer Brenda Edwards
Don Gilet celebrates Holby City winning best long running drama award
Don Gilet celebrates Holby City winning best long running drama award
Casualty actors Tony Marshall and Suzanne Packer
Casualty actors Tony Marshall and Suzanne Packer
Best TV presenter Charlene White, who fronts ITV London News
Best TV presenter Charlene White, who fronts ITV London News
Best emerging talent Modupe Adeyeye of Hollyoaks
Best emerging talent Modupe Adeyeye of Hollyoaks
Best comedy performance Jimmy Akingbola for his role in Rev
Best comedy performance Jimmy Akingbola for his role in Rev

Photo Credit: Tony Field Photography.

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