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Africa Movie Academy Awards 2013: Winners: CONFUSION NA WA

Confusion Na Wa

Confusion Na Wa and the other winners of the 2013 Africa Movie Academy Awards have been announced. The 9th annual Africa Movie Academy Awards, “known as AMAA Awards, are presented annually to recognize excellence of professionals in the African film industry, including directors, actors, and writers. It was founded by Peace Anyiam-Osigwe and run through the Africa Film Academy. The awards are aimed at honouring and promoting excellence in the African movie industry as well as uniting the African continent through arts and culture.”

The full listing of the 2013 Africa Movie Academy Award winners is below:

Best Actress in a leading role — Florence Masebe
Best Actor in supporting role — Gabriel Afolayan
Best Promising Actor Award — Belinda Efah for Kokoma (Nigeria)
Best Screenplay — Heroes and Zeroes
Lifetime achievement award — Pete Edochie, Eddie Ugboma, Osita Okeke, Tunde Kelani
Best Film by Africans Abroad — Last Flight To Abuja by Obi Emelonye
Best Documentary — Fueling Poverty (Nigeria)
Best Short Film — Akosua Adoma Owusu by Kwaku Ananse (Ghana)
Best Nigerian Film Winner: Confusion Na Wa
Best Costume Design — Blood And Henna
Best Achievement in Sound Winner — Nairobi Half Life (Kenya)
Best Achievement in Soundtrack Winner — The Last Fishing Boat (Malawi)
Best Diaspora Feature Winner — Stones In The Sun (Haiti/USA)
Best Achievement in Cinematography Winner — Uhlanga, The Mark
Best Achievement in Editing Winner — Heroes And Zeroes by Niji Akanni
Achievement In Lightning Winner — Moi Zaphira
Best Actress in A Supporting Role — Hermelinda Cimela (Virgin Magarida)
Best Promising Actor (Joint Winner) — Joseph Wairimu (Nairobi Half Life)
Best Child Actor Winning Movie: The Ugandan
Best Director Winner: Niji Akanni for the movie “Heroes And Zeroes
Best Picture — Confusion Na Wa, By Kenneth Gyang

Source: 360nobs

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