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African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA 2011)
7ème édition

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The organizers of the prestigious African Movie Academy Award (AMAA) invites entries from filmmakers for the 2011 edition of the annual movie award held every April since 2004. The award is in it’s 7th edition.

Awards are given for feature, documentary, animation and short films categories.

Entries have since opened and will close on December 18th with a late entry period fixed for January 5th 2011.

Filmmakers can check www.ama-awards.com for more details. Enquiries can be directed to info@ama-awards.com




7th Africa Movie Academy Awards film entry launch: May 27, 2010, 11.00am.


Tony Anih, the AMAA Administrative Secretary shall address the media and film practitioners on suitable venues where the nomination ceremony to be held in Nairobi on February 12, 2011.
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AMAA, that is propelling the African cinema to greater heights, is also setting in motion the task of aligning the industry to the larger industrial sub sector of the continent.

To ensure that the film industry lives on for years AMAA has in 2010 inaugurated the short film Competition for African universities to complement the academy awards and the AFA competition for young filmmakers aged 9-18 years to encourage film making among the younger generation.

AMAA’s belief in capacity building has been the reason why AMAA has always supported players in the audiovisual sector to international film festivals like the Berlin, Cannes and Toronto Film Festivals to meet and network with fellow players from the west and garner experience.

Above all else, AMAA is about the well being of individuals who make a film an entire product and thus seeks to promote African designers, Actors, Actresses, Producers and their works internationally while uniting Africa through acts and to Produce a world-class movie awards.

AMAA, the continental award scheme for players in the film sector is getting the rest of Africa involved in the initiative not just by submitting to the annual event but creating awareness among filmmakers around the continent. Founded in 2005, AMAA, an offshoot of the African Film Academy, is geared towards research, training, promoting African cultures, encourage professionalism in the movie industry, offer professional development and networking opportunities.


Issued in Nairobi, Kenya by ComMattersKenya Ltd,


AMAA 2010 NOMINATION LIST
samedi 6 mars 2010, à 23:40

1. BEST DOCUMENTARY

1. Wanba Ngoma (Tanzania)
2. Peace Wanted Alive (Kenya)
3. Bariga Boys(Nigeria)
4. En quette d’identite (Burkina Faso)
5. Innovating for Africa (Nigeria)

2. BEST SHORT FILM

1. Mahala – (Mozambique)
2. The Abbys Boys -(South Africa)
3. The Painter – (Uganda)
4. Suara La – (Nigeria)
5. The Camera (Nigeria)

3. BEST ANIMATION

1. Hanayns Shoe (Egypt)
2. Adventure of Alayo (Nigeria)
3. Zoodo – (Burkina Faso)
4. Lyrics – (Algeria)
5. One Step of Love (Algeria)

4. BEST FILM BY AN AFRICAN FILMMAKER IN DIASPORA

1. Soul Diaspora
2. Okra Principle
3. China Wahala
4. Crunch

5. BEST FILM IN AFRICAN LANGUAGE

1. Omo Iya Kan – (Nigeria)
2. Aldewolem – (Ethiopia)
3. Togetherness Supreme – (Kenya)
4. Imani – (Uganda)
5. Game of my life – (South Africa)

6. HEART OF AFRICA AWARD FOR BEST FILM FROM NIGERIA

1. Nnenda by Izu Ojukwu
2. Freedom in Chain by Bond Emeruwa and Fred Amata
3. The Child by Izu Ojukwu
4. Figurine by Kunle Afolayan
5. High Blood Pressure by Teco Benson

7. AMAA ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND

1. The Tenant
2. Season of a life
3. Perfect Picture
4. I sing of a well
5. Soul Diaspora

8. AMAA ACHIEVEMENT IN EDITING

1. Season of a life
2. The Child
3. Perfect Picture
4. Heart of Men
5. Lilies of the Ghetto

9. AMAA ACHIEVEMENT IN ART DIRECTION

1. I sing of a well
2. Fulani
3. The Child
4. Figurine
5. Imani

10. AMAA ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKE-UP

1. Heart of Men
2. The Child
3. The King is Mine
4. I sing of a well
5. Fulani

11. AMAA ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUME

1. Perfect Picture
2. Prince’s bride
3. The Child
4. I sing of a well
5. Lilies of the Ghetto

12. AMAA ACHIEVEMENT IN VISUAL EFFECT

1. The Child
2. Figurine
3. A sting in a tale
4. Fulani
5. Heart of Men

13. Best ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

1. Seasons of a life
2. Imani
3. A sting in a tale
4. The Child
5. Figurine

14. BEST PERFORMANCE BY A CHILD ACTOR

1. Teddy Onyago and Bill Oloo- Togetherness Supreme
2. Tobi Oboli – The Figurine
3. Feyisola Ewulomi – Champions of our Time
4. Treasure Obasi – Champions of our Time
5. Mfanafuthi Magudulela – Game of my life

15. MOST PROMISING ACTRESS

1. Martha Kisaka – Togetherness Supreme
2. Chelsea Eze – Silent Scandal
3. Martha Ankomah – Sins of the Soul
4. Ashionye Michelle Ugboh- Jungle Ride
5. Rahema Nanfuka – Imani

16. MOST PROMISING ACTOR

1. Wilson Maina – Togetherness Supreme (Kenya)
2. Wale Ojo – The Child (Nigeria)
3. John Dumelo – Heart of men (Ghana)
4. Pethro Tumba Mbole – A game of my life (South Africa)
5. Sunny Chikezie – Lilies of the Ghetto (Nigeria)

17. BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

1. Godwin Kotey- I sing of a well
2. Francis Duru – Nnenda
3. Yemi Blaq – High Blood Pressure
4. Adjatey Anang – The Perfect Picture

18. BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

1. Doris Sakitey – A sting in a Tale
2. Funlola Aoifeyebi-Raimi – Figurine
3. Tapiwa Gwaza – Seasons of a life
4. Yvonne Nelson – Heart of Men

19. BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE

1. Bimbo Akintola- Freedom in Chains
2. Jackie Apia, Lydia Farson and Naa Ashoku Mensa-Doku – The Perfect Picture
3. Stephanie Okereke- Nnenda
4. Flora Suya – Season of a life
5. Akofa Edjeani Asiedu – I sing of a well

20. BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE

1. Lucky Ejim – The Tenant
2. Majid Michael – Sin of a soul
3. Ramsey Noah – The Figurine
4. Sadiq Abu – Soul Diaspora
5. John Osie Tutu Agyeman – I Sing of a well

21. BEST SCREENPLAY

1. Season of a life
2. The Tenant
3. Freedom In chains
4. Guilty Pleasure
5. I sing of a well

22. AMAA ACHIEVEMENT IN CINEMATOGRAPHY

1. The Perfect Picture
2. Figurine
3. I sing of a well
4. The Child
5. The Tenant

23. BEST PICTURE

1. Seasons of a life (Malawi)
2. The tenant (Nigeria)
3. The Perfect Picture (Ghana)
4. The Figurine (Nigeria)
5. I sing of a well (Ghana)

24. BEST DIRECTOR

1. Shemu Joyah- Seasons of a life
2. Shirley Frimpong-Manso- The Perfect Picture
3. Kunle Afolayan – Figurine
4. Leila Jewel Djansi – I sing of a well
5. Jude Idada and Lucky Ejim – The Tenant

English

The organizers of the prestigious African Movie Academy Award (AMAA) invites entries from filmmakers for the 2011 edition of the annual movie award held every April since 2004. The award is in it’s 7th edition.

Awards are given for feature, documentary, animation and short films categories.

Entries have since opened and will close on December 18th with a late entry period fixed for January 5th 2011.

Filmmakers can check www.ama-awards.com for more details. Enquiries can be directed to info@ama-awards.com




7th Africa Movie Academy Awards film entry launch: May 27, 2010, 11.00am.


Tony Anih, the AMAA Administrative Secretary shall address the media and film practitioners on suitable venues where the nomination ceremony to be held in Nairobi on February 12, 2011. The submission period runs May 30-November 30, 2010.

AMAA, that is propelling the African cinema to greater heights, is also setting in motion the task of aligning the industry to the larger industrial sub sector of the continent.

To ensure that the film industry lives on for years AMAA has in 2010 inaugurated the short film Competition for African universities to complement the academy awards and the AFA competition for young filmmakers aged 9-18 years to encourage film making among the younger generation.

AMAA’s belief in capacity building has been the reason why AMAA has always supported players in the audiovisual sector to international film festivals like the Berlin, Cannes and Toronto Film Festivals to meet and network with fellow players from the west and garner experience.

Above all else, AMAA is about the well being of individuals who make a film an entire product and thus seeks to promote African designers, Actors, Actresses, Producers and their works internationally while uniting Africa through acts and to Produce a world-class movie awards.

AMAA, the continental award scheme for players in the film sector is getting the rest of Africa involved in the initiative not just by submitting to the annual event but creating awareness among filmmakers around the continent. Founded in 2005, AMAA, an offshoot of the African Film Academy, is geared towards research, training, promoting African cultures, encourage professionalism in the movie industry, offer professional development and networking opportunities.


Issued in Nairobi, Kenya by ComMattersKenya Ltd,