Majid Michel, John Dumelo, Veeda, ‘Somewhere In Africa’, ‘Why Marry Me; & Others Win Awards At Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards (NAFCA) 2011

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Despite the fact majority of the Ghanaian nominees were denied visas to the United States for the Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards (NAFCA) 2011, the award still came on at Raleigh, North Carolina, USA over the weekend.

Hosted by Ghanaian screen badboy Majid Michel, ‘Somewhere In Africa’ swept 5 awards with Majid Michel beating Hakeem Kae, Ramsey Nouah and others to take home the ‘Best Actor In Leading Role‘ award.

The ‘Handsome King Of  The Ghanaian Movie Industry‘-John Dumelo also picked the ‘Best Actor In Supporting Role‘. award.

Check the full list of winners below…

BEST FILM

• Somewhere In Africa

BEST COMEDY

• Why Marry [Ghana]

BEST TRADITIONAL FILMS

• Inale

BEST DRAMA

• Private Storm

BEST ACTION FILM

• Jozi King

BEST SCREEN PLAY

• Somewhere In Africa

BEST VISUAL EFFECT

• Graveyard

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

• Inale

BEST EDITING

• Inale

BEST SOUND TRACK

• Danso Ambian

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

• Holy Serpent

BEST ACTOR IN LEADING ROLE

Majid Michel (Somewhere In Africa)

BEST ACTRESS IN LEADING ROLE

• Nse Ikpe Etim (Mr. & Mrs.)

BEST ACTOR IN SUPPORTING ROLE

• John Dumelo (Chelsea) [Ghana]

BEST ACTRESS IN SUPPORTING ROLE

• Susan Peters (Bursting Out)

BEST DIRECTOR

• Frank Rajah Arase (Somewhere In Africa)

BEST MAKE UP

• Land Of Shadow

BEST COSTUME

• Somewhere In Africa [Ghana]

DIASPORA CATEGORIES

 BEST FILM IN DIASPORA

• Paparazzi

BEST DRAMA IN DIASPORA

• Mind Game

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN DIASPORA

• Paparazzi

BEST ACTOR IN LEADING ROLE DIASPORA FILM

• Ejike Okoye

BEST ACTRESS IN LEADING ROLE DIASPORA FILM

• Syr Law (Paparazzi)

BEST ACTOR IN SUPPORTING ROLE DIASPORA FILM

• Chet Aniekwe (Paparazzi)

BEST ACTRESS IN SUPPORTING ROLE DIASPORA FILM

• Veeda Darko (Ladies In The City)

BEST DIRECTOR IN DIASPORA FILM

• Bayo Akinfemi (Paparazzi)

PEOPLES CHOICE AWARDS

 BEST ACTOR

• Best Davis

BEST ACTRESS

• Eva Banks

BEST DIRECTOR

• Stanley Chinedu Agholonu (Nollywood U.S.A)

BEST SCRIPT WRITER

• Tchidi Chikere

HONORARY ACHIEVEMENT

 

MOST INLUENTIAL PEOPLE 2010

• Genevieve Nnaji (Nollywood Actress)

• Victor. O. Olatoye (President & Ceo Nollywood Film Critics U.S.A)

• Governor Donald Duke

• Peace Anyiam Osigwe (Founder/Organizer AMAA)

• Charles Oputa 9 (C.E.O Charly Boy Brand/Humanitarian)

 



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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri is the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com , a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate; he holds 2 masters degrees in Law; International Human Rights Law (LL.M) and Legal Practice Course (LL.M) from University of Leicester and Nottingham Law School--and also a degree in Law (LL.B) from University of East London. He's a Professional Truth Sayer and he is the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” He currently works at Adukus Solicitors in London--where he uses his legal brains to kick real ass, for the good of clients and humanity. Contact: [email protected]

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  1. aaaaaaaaaaaa omg i luv u soo soo much majid michel. i would do anything for u. im so pissed i wasent there to see the award. again lots and lots of love for ya. keep up the good work! 🙂

  2. i guess p/p are happy now .this is the same award event  that many are questioning the validity b/c some did not get the visa to make it..against all odds p/p have to keep moving on,that is where success com from at the end of the day.