Mzansi actress Terry Pheto has been nominated for the Best Actress Award at the British Urban Film Festival.
There is a huge possibility that Terry Pheto may bring home yet another international award as she was nominated for the film, Faces, in the British Urban Film Festival Awards.
The film is written and directed by British-Nigerian Joseph Adejuwon Adesunloye, and tells the story of a drama following four friends that addresses universal issues. It is set in London.
Terry was excited by the nomination and took to her Instagram account to share the news. She wrote: “Huge thank you to the British Urban Film Festival for the nod and recognition! #BuffAwardas2019 #FacesMovie”
Terry is competing with Anna Ranson (Stray Dog), Sayi Shay (Lara And The Beat) and Elinor Machen-Fortune (Acceptable Damage) in the category for Best Actress.
The British Urban Film Festival was formed in July 2005 to showcase urban independent cinema in the absence of any such state-sponsored activity in the UK. The organisation was set up by Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe and supported by filmmakers and British actors. It was established as BUFF Enterprises Ltd.
Many of Terry's friends and followers on Instagram were surprised with her announcement, and shared their positivity for a successful outcome. Here are a few comments from her post:
trevor_stuurman: "Another one
enhle.heavens: "Congraaaaaaaaaat!!!!! How do we vote?"
ladydkhoza: "Congratulations Terry"
nthatimoshesh: " CONGRATULATIONS Terry♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️"
_misstae: "Boom!!!!!!! Well done boo thang ❤️"
Two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that the award-winning Mzansi actress and producer, Terry Pheto, was recently spotted living her best life in France.
Terry became a household name in 2005 with the film Tsotsi, and went on to star in movies such as Catch a Fire, Goodbye Bafana and How to Steal 2 Million.
Joining the Longines family is definitely something that Terry is extremely proud of. This is a major endorsement deal that comes with a whole load of lush perks.
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