South Africa’s Of Good Reports leads the 2014 Africa Movie Academy Awards nomination

A Constellation of Stars

The nominations for the 2014 Africa Movie Academy Awards were announced on 2 April 2014 at a gathering of filmmakers and press at Emperor Palace Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa. South Africa’s Of Good Report led the pack with a total of thirteen nominations. See the full list below.

EFERE OZAKO AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FILM

Haunted Soul – Kenya

Siriya Mtungi – Tanzania

Dialemi – Gabon

New Horizon – Nigeria

Nandy l’orpheline – Mali

Living Funeral – Nigeria

Phindile’s Heart – South Africa

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST ANIMATION

The Hare and the Lion – Burkina Faso

Thank God it’s Friday – Morocco

Leila – Nigeria

Khumba – South Africa

The Brats and Toy Thief – Mozambique

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY

 Hamu Beya – The Sand Fishers – Mali

Portraits of a Lone Farmer – Nigeria/Denmark

Kushaya Ingagasi – South Africa

Daughters of the Niger Delta – Nigeria

Sincerely Ethiopia – Ethiopia

 

OUSMANE SEMBENE AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST FILM IN AN AFRICAN LANGUAGE

The Forgotten Kingdom – South Africa

B for Boy – Nigeria

Omo Elemosho – Nigeria

Onye Ozi – Nigeria

Ni Sisi – Kenya

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST DIASPORA SHORT

Passage – Bahamas

Heaven – USA

Tickle Me Rich – Trinidad and Tobago

Red – USA

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST DIASPORA DOCUMENTARY

 Finding Samuel Lowe: From Harlem to China – USA/Canada

Freedom Summer – USA

No Bois Man, No Frad – Trinidad and Tobago

Through the Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People – USA

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST DIASPORA FEATURE

Tula: The Revolt – The Netherlands

AZU – Venezuela

Kingston Paradise – Jamaica

Retrieval – USA

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN PRODUCTION DESIGN

Northern Affair – Ghana

Of Good Report – South Africa

Ni Sisi – Kenya

Good Old Days: Love of AA – Ghana

Apaye – Nigeria

 

AMAA 2014 ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUME DESIGN

 Good Old Days: Love of AA – Ghana

Apaye – Nigeria

Omo Elemosho – Nigeria

Ni Sisi –  Kenya

The Forgotten Kingdom – South Africa

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKE-UP

 A Mile from Home – Nigeria

Apaye – Nigeria

Once Upon A Road Trip – South Africa

Felista Fable– Uganda

Potomanto – Ghana

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUNDTRACK

 Once Upon A Road Trip – South Africa

Onye Ozi – Nigeria

Felix – South Africa

Of Good Report – South Africa

Potomanto – Ghana

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN VISUAL EFFECT

A Mile From Home – Nigeria

Omo Elemosho – Nigeria

Secret Room – Nigeria

Ni Sisi – Kenya

Of Good Report – South Africa

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND

Felix – South Africa

Northern Affair – Ghana

Nothing for Mahala – South Africa

Of Good Report – South Africa

The Forgotten Kingdom – South Africa

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN CINEMATOGRAPHY

Once Upon A Road Trip – South Africa

Good Old Days: Love of AA – Ghana

Of Good Report – South Africa

The Forgotten Kingdom – South Africa

The Children of Troumaron – Mauritius

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN EDITING

Of Good Report – South Africa

Accident – Nigeria

Once Upon A Road Trip – South Africa

Potomanto – Ghana

Felix – South Africa

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN SCREENPLAY

B For Boy – Nigeria

Of Good Report – South Africa

Accident – Nigeria

Potomanto – Ghana

Felix – South Africa

 

AMAA 2014 BAYELSA STATE GOVERNMENT ENDOWED AWARD FOR BEST NIGERIAN FILM

Apaye

B For Boy

Accident

Murder at Prime Suites

Omo Elemosho

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST CHILD ACTOR

Tobe Oboli – Brother’s Keeper (Nigeria)

Lebohang Ntsane – Forgotten Kingdom (South Africa)

Hlayani Junior Mabasa – Felix (South Africa)

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST YOUNG/PROMISING ACTOR

Evelyn Galle Ansah – Good Old Days: For the Love of AA (Ghana)

Petronella Tshuma – Of Good Report (South Africa)

Tope Tedela – A Mile from Home (Nigeria)

Kitty Phillips – The Children of Troumaron (Mauritius)

Shawn Faqua – Lagos Cougars (Nigeria)

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

Desmond Elliot – Finding Mercy (Nigeria)

Thapelo Mofekeng – Felix (South Africa)

Yomi Fash-Lanso – Omo Elemosho (Nigeria)

Aniekan Iyoho – Potomanto (Ghana)

Tshamano Sebe – Of Good Report (South Africa)

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

Vinaya Sungkur – The Children of Troumaron (Mauritius)

Patience Ozokwor – After the Proposal (Nigeria)

Marie Humbert – Potomanto (Ghana)

Barbara Soky – Brother’s Keeper (Nigeria)

Lee-Ann van Rooi – Of Good Report (South Africa)

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE

Zengo Ngqobe – Forgotten Kingdom (South Africa)

Kanayo Kanayo – Apaye (Nigeria)

Mothusi Magano – Of Good Report (South Africa)

Joseph Benjamin – Murder At Prime Suites (Nigeria)

Adjatey Annan – Potomanto (Ghana)

Majid Michel – Brother’s Keeper (Nigeria)

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE

Uche Nnadili – B for Boy (Nigeria)

Linda Sokhulu – Felix (South Africa)

Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha – Accident (Nigeria)

Clarion Chukwurah – Apaye (Nigeria)

Uche Jombo-Rodriguez, Monalisa Chinda and Daniella Okeke – Lagos Cougars (Nigeria)

Joselyn Dumas – Northern Affair (Ghana)

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST FIRST FEATURE FILM BY A DIRECTOR

Roberta Durrant – Felix (South Africa)

Chika Anadu – B for Boy (Nigeria)

Andrew Mudge – Forgotten Kingdom (South Africa)

Harrikrishna & Sharvan Anenden – The Children of Troumaron (Mauritius)

Dilman Dila – Felista’s Fable (Uganda)

Joyce Mhango Chavula – No More Tears (Malawi)

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTOR

Harrikrishna & Sharvan Anenden – Children of Troumaron (Mauritius)

Shirley Frimpong Manso – Potomanto (Ghana)

Andrew Mudge – The Forgotten Kingdom (South Africa)

Jamil X.T. Quebeka – Of Good Report (South Africa)

Teco Benson – Accident (Nigeria)

 

AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST FILM

Children of Troumaron – Mauritius

Potomanto – Ghana

The Forgotten Kingdom – South Africa

Of Good Report – South Africa

Accident – Nigeria

 

The jury decided that there will be no nominations for the AMAA 2014 AWARD FOR BEST FILM BY AN AFRICAN LIVING ABROAD.


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