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Remember that ‘Potato Potahto’ had a beautiful narrative & plenty of A-class casts + a ‘Silva’… all the winners from the 2018 AMAA held in Kigali

Nigerian actors, Richard Mofe-Damijo, Joke Silva and others have emerged winners at the 2018 Africa Movie Academy Awards held in Kigali, Rwanda. While RMD emerged the overall Best Actor in a Leading Role, for the part, he played in ‘Cross Roads’, the veteran actress, Silva, bagged the Best Actress in a Supporting Role award for her character in ‘Potato Potahto’ which was written, directed and produced by the amazing Shirley Frimpong-Manso.

See the list of winners below…

‪‪Best actor in a supporting role: Gideon Okeke – Cross roads

Tony Elumelu Award for Best Comedy: Banana Island Ghost

Best Young/ Promising Actor: Amine Lansari – The Blessed Vost (Les Bienheureux)

Award for Achievement in Editing: Hotel Called Memory

Award for Achievement in Cinematography: Five Fingers for Marseille

Award for Achievement in Sound: Hotel Called Memory

Award for Achievement in Editing: Lucky Specials

Award for Achievement in Costume Design: Isoken

Award for Best Diaspora Narrative Feature: Angelica (Puerto Rico)

Award for Best Diaspora Documentary: Barrows: Freedom Fighter (Barbados) ‪

Award for Best Diaspora Short: Torments of Love (Guadeloupe)

Michael Anyiam Osigwe Award for Best Film by An African Living Abroad: Alexandra – Nigeria/US

Ousmane Sembene Award for Best Film in An African Language: Five Fingers For Marseilles – South Africa

Award for Best Documentary: Uncertain Future – Burundi

Efere Ozako Award For Best Short Film: Tikitat Soulima – Morocco

Jubril Mailafia Award For Best Animation: Belly Flop – South Africa

Award for Best First Feature Film by A Director: Michael Matthews- South Africa (Five Fingers For Marseille

Award for Best Director: Frank Rajah Arase – In My Country

Award for Best Film: Five Fingers for Marseilles – South Africa.

 

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