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Ghana Movie Awards 2020: Check Full List Of Nominees

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The nominees for this year’s Ghana Movie Awards have been announced.

Yvonne Nelson’s film “Fix Us’ which made it to Netflix received the most nominations alongside “Ogbozo’ with over 17 nominations.

“Heroes of Africa”, a film by Frank Gharbin and Habiba Sinare & Umar Klupp’s film titled ‘I8’ had 16 and 13 nominations respectively.

As usual, the likes of Yvonne Nelson, Yvonne Okoro, Alexandra Amon, Habiba Sinare, Jackie Appiah, Jessica William and Emelia Brobbey gained nominations while Andrew Adote, Umar Akwasi Boadi, Bernard Adusi Poku, Van Vicker, Adjetey Annan and Prince David Osei were nominated for the Best Actor and Supporting Actor categories.

The Discovery category had actors like Irene Logan, Mona Montrage, Eric Afrifa Mensah et al nominated.

The Ghana Film Awards which provides a stage for Ghanaian actors and filmmakers to be recognized and awarded will come off on December 30 2020.

Check Full List Of Nominees Below

A PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE

Andrew Adote – Ogbozo

Samuel Bravo – Ecstasy

Umar Krupp – Trinity

Bernard Adusi-Poku – Heroes of Africa

Akwasi Boadi – Madhouse

A PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE

Habiba Sinare – 18

Jackie Appiah – My partner’s enemy

Jessica William – Trinity

Emelia Brobbey – Heroes of Africa

Yvonne Nelson, Yvonne Okoro, Alexandra Amon – Fix Us

A PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

Woode Anthony – 18

Adjetey Annan – Citation

Kofi Adjorlolo – Trinity

Van Vicker – Heroes of Africa

Prince David Osei – Fix us

A PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

Kalsoume Sinare – 18

Roselyn Ngissah – Ogbozo

Ama K Abebrese – Ogbozo

Michelle Attoh – Fix us

Salma Mumin – foreigners God

SOUND EDITING & MIXING

18 – Kobby Okyere

Ogbozo – George Sedzro & Ezekiel Boateng

Heroes of Africa – Walker Boateng

Fix us – Berni Anti

VISUAL EFFECTS

Ogbozo – Felix Kanzo

Heroes of Africa – Walker Boateng

18 – Kobby Okyere

DIRECTING

18 – Kobi Rana

Ogbozo – Destiny Omon & Chris Wheelington

Ecstasy – Phill Bernard Efe

Heroes of Africa – Frank Fiifi

Fix us -Pascal Amanfo

EDITING

18 – Kobby Okyere

Ogbozo – Solomon Tamakloe

Heroes of Africa – Walker Boateng

Madhouse -Mico Majid Michel

Fix us – Okey Benson

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Ogbozo – Isaac Awuah

Ecstasy – Richard Amachi

Heroes of Africa – Vincent Baffour

18 – Ben Zola

Fix us – John Passah

MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING

18 – Felix Kanzo

Ogbozo – Priscilla Martekie & Kisha Hamilton

Ecstasy – Deborah Quansah

Heroes of Africa – Zion Train

Fix us – Nana Akua Adinkra

COSTUME AND WARDROBE

Heroes of Africa – George Atobra

18 – Perpetual Aikins

Ogbozo -Gifty Mawuena Sassovi

Love and tradition – Pemella Kari Kari

Fix us – Clara Asantewaa

WRITING ADAPTED OR ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

Madhouse – Michael Ola

18 – Kofi Mulan

Heroes of Africa – Frank Fiifi Gharbin

Fix us – Pascal Amanfo

PRODUCTION DESIGN

Love and tradition – Joseph Quao

Ogbozo – Godwin Mensah (Vegas)

Ecstasy – Felix Kanzo

Heroes of Africa – Bismark Gyamerah

Love and tradition – Joseph Quao

MUSIC ORIGINAL SCORE

18 – Kobby Okyere

Ogbozo – George Sedzro

Fix us – Berni Anti

Heroes of Africa – Yobo gang

MUSIC ORIGINAL SONG

Ogbozo – Blackk Rasta

Ecstasy – Derrick Richfields

Fix us – Berni Anti

BEST ACTOR – AFRICAN COLLABORATION

Mofe Duncan – Fix us

Gabriel Afolayan – Citation

Tobi Baker – Fix us

Sam Dede – foreigners God

Emmanuel France – Ogbozo

BEST ACTRESS – AFRICAN COLLABORATION

Ini Edo – Citation

Alexandra Amon – Fix us

Temi Otedola – Citation

Ini-Dima Okojie – foreigners God

Eucharia Anunobi – foreigners God

BEST MOVIE – AFRICAN COLLABORATION

Citation – Kunle Afolayan

Fix us – Yvonne Nelson

Ogbozo – Destiny Omon & Ama K. Abrebese

Foreigners God – Ifan Michael

DISCOVERY

Mona Montrage – Fix us

Eric Afrifa Mensah – Ogbozo

Irene Logan – Fix us

Andrew Adote – Ogbozo

Martina Dwamena – Not your regular couple

Regina Owusu – Not your regular couple

Stephen Mawunyo (Oteele) – Mad house

Shandrach – Heroes of Africa

Gifty Serwaa – Bonsu – Heroes of Africa

Esi Hammond –Bedroom Bully

BEST PICTURE

Heroes of Africa – Frank Fiifi Gharbin

18 – Habiba Sinare & Umar Klupp

Citation – Kunle Afolayan

Ogbozo – Ama K. Abrebese & Destiny Omon

Ecstasy – Samuel Bravo

Not your regular couple – Martina Dwamena

Trinity – Isaac Agyapong

Heroes of Africa – Frank Gharbin

Fix us – Yvonne Nelson

Foreigners God – Ifan Michael

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Ghana Movie Awards(See Full List Of Winners

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For the first time, just like many outdoor activities, the 2020 Ghana Movie Awards was held virtually on December 30, 2020, to award deserving filmmakers.

With the likes of Van Vicker, Bernard Adusei Poku and Roselyn Ngissah all winning awards, the movies “Heroes Of Africa and Yvonne Nelson’s “Fix Us’ were top winners.

Nigerian actress Temi Otedola was also awarded for her role in the movie “Citation.” She won the Best Actress (African Collaboration) at the 2020 Ghana Movie Awards.

With over 30 nominees, these are the winners for the 2020 Ghana Movie Awards:

A PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE

Bernard Aduse-Poku — Heroes of Africa

A PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

Van Vicker — Heroes of Africa

A PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE

Habiba Sinare — 18

A PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

Roselyn Ngissah — Ogbozo

Michelle Attoh – Fix Us

SOUND EDITING AND MIXING

Fix us — Bernie Anti

DIRECTING

Heroes of Africa — Frank Fiifi Gharbin

VISUAL EFFECTS

18 — Kobby Okyere

EDITING

Ogbozo — Solomon Tamakloe

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Fix Us — John Passah

COSTUME & WARDROBE

Heroes of Africa — George Atobrah

MAKE-UP & HAIRSTYLING

Heroes of Africa — Zion Train

PRODUCTION DESIGN

Heroes of Africa — Bismark Gyamerah

MUSIC ORIGINAL SONG

Ogbozo — Blakk Rasta

MUSIC ORIGINAL SCORE

Fix Us — Berni Anti

BEST ACTOR – AFRICAN COLLABORATION

Sam Dede — Foreigners God

BEST ACTRESS – AFRICAN COLLABORATION

Temi Otedola – Citation

BEST MOVIE – AFRICAN COLLABORATION

Citation — Kunle Afolayan

BEST SHORT FILM

Wrong One — Kobby Maxwell

BEST ANIMATION MOVIE

ILL-MINE — Divine Jones

DISCOVERY

Irene Logah — Fix Us

WRITING ADAPTED OR ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

Fix Us — Pascal Amanfo

BEST PICTURE

Heroes of Africa — Frank Fiifi Gharbin, Matilda Asare

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Ghana Tourism Authority Bans The Premiering Of Kobi Rana’s Movie “Freedom & Justice” | Full Details

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The Ghana Tourism Authority have banned the premiering of Kobi Rana’s movie “Freedom and Justice” by serving notice to venues designated to show the movie.

Per arrangement the movie was to be premiered tomorrow 25th and 26th December across some venues in the country.

However, Kobi Rana has been prevented by the Ghana Tourism Authority by serving notices to these venues to not show the movie.

According to a post shared by Kobi Rana on his Instagram page, these venues were warned and later locked by armed police men.

He however apologised for the inconvenience and assured that the over 2,000 who bought the tickets will get their monies back.

Source:Thedistin.com

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Dumsor Is The Reason Kumawood Collapsed – Akrobeto Reveals

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Veteran Ghanaian actor turned journalist, Akwesi Boadi aka Akrobeto has blamed ‘dumsor’, saying it is one major reason why the Kumawood industry failed and has not been better till date.

Speaking on Nana Ama McBrown’s ‘United Showbiz’ show aired on UTV monitored by Modernnewsgh.com, the issues with electricity under the leadership of John Mahama somewhat in 2013 to 2016 is the genesis of their problems as actors and film producers.

According to him in the company of his actors, he said the dumsor hijacked them and made them stopped doing their work because there was no means to watch the movie so Ghanaians were not patronizing it as they used to do initially.

Dumsor was a big problem to our work. It was the beginning of our owoes because we weren’t able to work as we used to do.”

“People could not even watch movies they buy and we weren’t able to churn out more content for our viewers,”he said.

Akrobeto’s assertion comes on the back of the decrease in the patronage of local movie content because many believe it lacks quality which is ultimately leading to the ‘death’ of the Ghana movie industry.

The experienced actor admitted that the movie industry in Ghana is not moving in the direction they want but they believe with the use of technology, they can stay ahead of the competition.

Ghana was plagued with ‘Dumsor’ between 2013 and 2016 which adversely affected many businesses and led to the massive loss of jobs. The situation is not as it used to be, but the ailing movie industry is yet to recover.

 

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