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Ghana Movie Awards Opens 2011 Entries!

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Van Vicker at the launch of Ghana Movie Awards 2011

Gollywood Productions, organizers of the prestigious Ghana Movie Awards christened MAG Awards has opened entry for Ghanaian filmmakers to submit their works for consideration.

The second edition of the awards ceremony which is aimed at honouring excellence in Ghana’s movie industry is scheduled for December 25 2011. It will also be televised to millions of viewers across Africa and beyond.

Nominations will be announced in November 2011 with an anticipated huge party at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Kumasi.

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Celebs Out & About: Majid Michel, Van Vicker, Kofi Adjorlolo, Nadia Buari, Nana Ama Mcbrown, Ama K Abebrese, Kyeiwaa & Others At The Launch Of The 2nd Ghana Movie Awards

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The 2nd edition of the Ghana Movie Awards was launched yesterday at the Golden Tulip Hotel inAccra with new categories.

As we prepare to bring you the revised categories, below are photos the GhanaCelebrities.Com captured at the launch which was attended by crème de la crème of the movie industry.

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‘Somewhere In Africa’ A Coup D’état Movie Premieres At National Theatre On July 30!

Somewhere In Africa
Somewhere In Africa

As a patriotic Ghanaian, I detest people who make comments that seem to suggest that they do not like Ghanaian movies. Comments such as ‘I don’t watch Ghanaian movies’ and ‘I only watch foreign movies’ and the rest of such worthless comments irritate me.

Nonetheless I think that people who make such comments can’t be blamed for their stand. This is because sometimes it’s very painful to watch some of these Ghanaian movies with horrific pictures, inappropriate languages, bad sound and lots of continuity inaccuracies.

So it’s somehow prudent to concur with the people who have constantly drummed into our ears their strong aversion for movies produced in Ghana. Just imagine sitting through the entire duration of a Ghanaian movie and only to realize that, the story line is similar to several Ghanaian movies you have already watched.

Don’t get it twisted, it’s not a similar story; it’s actually the same story twisted with different casts.

Least I forget, their story lines are about love: If it’s not about someone dreaming about a lady and goes to gallivant searching for the said lady [imagine this], then it would be a man who claims to love a girl yet goes to the ladies house to insult and beat the parents.

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