Shirley Frimpong Manso’s POTOMANTO Receives 9 Nominations for the 2014 Africa Movie Academy Awards + the Full List of Nominees…

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When I reviewed POTOMANTO (Read My Review Here) I talked about its production excellence, superior storyline, superb acting and outstanding display of professional touch—and if you thought I was lying, receiving 9 strong nominations for the 2014 Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) has re-echoed the production’s greatness…

Shirley Frimpong Manso has been nominated for the all-important Best Director award for her work on POTOMANTO, Adjetey Anang has scored Best Actor in a Leading Role, Marie Humbert has been nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role and since Ken Attoh helped with Editing, definitely there were going to be a nomination there too.

For the first time, Joselyn Dumas has been nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in A Northern Affair—bringing back the debate and Ghana Movie Awards’ misplacement of whether her role was a lead or a supporting…

If You Have Not Seen POTOMANTO Yet, Click Here to Watch It NOW

The 2014 AMAA nomination ceremony took place last night in South Africa…

Anyway, check out the full nomination list below…

AMAA 2014 Award for Best Film
Children of Troumaron – Mauritius
Potomanto – Ghana
The Forgotten Kingdom – South Africa
Of Good Report – South Africa
Accident – Nigeria

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 Actor in a Leading Role
Zengo Ngqobe – Forgotten Kingdom
Kanayo O. Kanayo – Apaye
Mothusi Magano – Of Good Report
Joseph Benjamin – Murder At Prime Suites
Adjatey Annan – Potomanto
Majid Michel – Brothers Keeper

AMAA 2014 Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Uche Nnadili – B for Boy
Linda Sokhulu – Felix
Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha – Accident
Clarion Chukwura – Apaye
Uche Jombo, Rodriquez, Monalisa Chinda and Daniella Okeke – Lagos Cougar
Joselyn Dumas – Northern Affair

AMAA 2014 Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Desmond Elliot – Finding Mercy
Thapelo Mofekeng – Felix
Yomi Fash-Lanso – Omo Elemosho
Aniekan Iyoho – Potomanto
Tshamano Sebe – Of Good Report

AMAA 2014 Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Vinaya Sungkur – The Children of Troumaron
Patience Ozokwor – After the Proposal
Marie Humbert – Potomanto
Barbara Soky – Brothers Keeper
Lee-Ann van Rooi – Of Good Report

AMAA 2014 Award for Best Young/Promising Actor
Evelyn Galle Ansah – Good Old Days: For the Love of AA
Petronella Tshuma – Of Good Report
Tope Tedela – A Mile From Home
Kitty Phillips – The Children of Troumatron
Shawn Faqua – Lagos Cougar

AMAA 2014 Award for Best Child Actor
Tobe Oboli – Brothers Keeper
Lebohang Ntsane – Forgotten Kingdom
Hlayani Junior Mabasa – Felix

AMAA 2014 Award for Best First Feature Film by a Director
Roberta Durrant – Felix
Chika Anadu – B for Boy
Andrew Mudge – Forgotten Kingdom
Harrikrishna & Sharvan Anenden – The Children of Troumaron
Dilman Dila – Felista’s Fable
Joyce Mhango Chavula – No More Tears

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 Diaspora Feature Film
Tula The Revolt – Curacao
AZU – Venezuela
Kingston Paradise – Jamaica
Retrieval – 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

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 Film by An African Living Abroad
Jury has decided that there will be no nominations this year for this category.

AMAA 2014 Award for Best Documentary
Hamu Beya- The Sand Fishers – Mali
Potraits of a Lone Farmer – Nigeria/Denmark
Kushaya Ingagasi – South Africa
Daughters of the Niger Delta – Nigeria
Sincerely Ethiopia – Ethiopia

AMAA 2014 Award for Best Diaspora Short Film
Passage – Bahamas
Heaven – USA
Tickle Me Rich – Trinidad and Tobago
Red – USA

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 its Friday – Morocco
Leila – Nigeria
Khumba – South Africa
The Brats and Toy Thief – Mozambique

AMAA 2014 Award for Achievement in a Screenplay
B For Boy
Of Good Report
Accident
Potomanto
Felix

AMAA 2014 Award for Achievement in Editing
Of Good Report
Accident
Once Upon A Road Trip
Potomanto
Felix

AMAA 2014 Award for Achievement in Cinematography
Once Upon A Road Trip
Good Old Days: Love of AA
Of Good Report
The Forgotten Kingdom
The Children of Troumaron

AMAA 2014 Award for Achievement in Sound
Felix
Northern Affair
Nothing For Mahala
Of Good Report
The Forgotten Kingdom

AMAA 2014 Award for Achievement in Visual Effect
A Mile From Home
Omo Elemosho- Nigeria
Secret Room –
Ni Sisi- Kenya
Of Good Report- South Africa

AMAA 2014 Award for Achievement in Soundtrack
Once Upon A Road Trip
Onye Ozi – Nigeria
Felix
Of Good Report- South Africa
Potomanto – Ghana

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 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 Production Design
Northern Affair – Ghana
Of Good Report – South Africa
Ni Sisi – Kenya
Good Old Days: Love of AA – Ghana
Apaye – Nigeria

 



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  1. Leila did not even get a nomination in Best Director? The race is getting interesting and slowly the best is emerging. Congrats to all the nominees though

        1. hahahaha. poor you. you are so happy to see her not nominated for AMaa award. what an important woman Leila is. first person you think about. Shirley, i never knew your hatred for leila dey root like dat. chai. Even the great Kwaw Ansah, Desmond Elliot and Chika Anadu, even Obi Emelonye did not get nominated for best director even tho their films had other nominations! the AMAA are being nice by allowing the small time people to win for once. of good report that was rejected by film festivals is the film with the most award. una fall my hand efry tyme. leila herself came out to say Northern affair is not her best work so stfu.

  2. Best Actor will be between Adjetey Anang and Majid and I know Adjetey will take it this year. No 2 ways about it

  3. Is good people think abt leila, it means she’s doing something good, big up to all those who got nominated,

  4. @ 411bully, its funny how you only comment when its about leila. you can do me a favour and start using your real name leila.

  5. and can you start using your own name also. I can be leila if that is what you want. but i still speak the truth. should she not defend herself when you insult her? she has family and friends ok. and we will defend her. you cant leave this girl alone to breath. na curse? you are so daamp. u abuse peopl for free and when they get a defense you make nonsensical accusations. stop calling her name where it is not needed. wot kind of jealousy is dis?