Posted: Monday 26th May 2014 at 7:06 am

Shirley, Leila make Ghana proud at AMAA


Organisers of the annual and prestigious Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) have celebrated 10 years of the awards in the capital city of Bayelsa State, Yenagoa which became the centre of attraction last Saturday as movie personalities stormed the city for this year’s event.

Leila Djansi and Shirley Frimpong-Manso saved Ghana from what could have been a total disgrace by winning an award each at the event, an improvement upon last year’s win.

Last year, Ghana picked just an award for Best Short Film, Kitiaku Ananse.

Leila Djansi’s directed movie, Northern Affair, picked Ghana’s first award on the night for Achievement in Production Design while Shirley Frimpong- Manso picked the award for Achievement In Editing for her movie, Potomanto.

South Africa picked most awards on the night. The complete list of winners are as follows:

Best Short Film: Dialemi Gabon
Best Animation: Khumba South Africa
Best Documentary: Hamu Beya- The Sand Fishers Mali and Potraits of a Lone Farmer Nigeria/Denmark

Best Film in an African Language: Nigeria
Best Diaspora Short Film: Passage Bahamas
Best Diaspora Documentary: Through the Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People U SA

Best Diaspora Feature: Kingston ParadiseJamaica
Achievement in Production Design: Northern Affair Ghana

Achievement in Costume Design: Ni Sisi Kenya
Achievement in Make-up: Once Upon A Road Trip South Africa

Achievement in Soundtrack: Onye Ozi
 Achievement in Visual Effect: A Mile From Home
Achievement in Sound: The Forgotten Kingdom
Achievement in Cinematography: The Forgotten Kingdom

Achievement in Editing: Potomanto
Achievement in Screenplay: Of Good Report
Best Nigerian Film: Accident
Best Child Actor: Lebohang Ntsane Forgotten Kingdom

Best Young/ Promising Actor: Petronella Tshuma Of Good Report

Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Thapelo Mofekeng Felix

Best Actress in a Supporting role: Patience Ozokwo – After the Proposal

Best Actor in a Leading Role: Mdthusi Magano Of Good Report

Best Actress in a Leading Role: Clarion Chukwura Apaye

Best First Feature Film by a Director: Harrikrishna & Sharvan Anenden – The Children of Troumaron

Best Director: Jamil X.T QUebeka – Of Good Report (South Africa)

Best Film: Of Good Report South Africa
Madiba Award: Ni Sisi Kenya
Best Film for Women Empowerment: B For Boy Nigeria

Special Jury Award: New Horizon – Nigeria
Lifetime Achievement: Bob Manuel

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