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The Africa Movie Academy Award (AMAA) show is back again, as the African film festival is set to hold in Lagos, Nigeria, on October 30, 2022.
It is a celebration of the African arts and a cultural display of visual storytelling.
Legit.ng's Sola Bodunrin, Head of the Entertainment desk, was at the official release of the nomination list of the events awardees.
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During the event, the founder and CEO of AMAA Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, explained that the event is not a popularity contest but a celebration and recognition of professionalism, creativity and hard work in the African movie industry.
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Anyiam-Osigwe was quoted to have said:
The award show is famous for its unique recognition of amiable feats in the movie industry across the African continent. It was also revealed during the official announcement of the nomination list that 362 films were submitted and were screened down to 100. When asked about the award not having a category for the Nigerian indigenous languages, Anyiam-Osigwe said:
Talking about Nigerian films submitted, Shaibu Husseini, a juror of the award, said:
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You can rest assured that Legit.ng will be at the award show itself come October 30 to cover it and bring to our esteemed readers an exclusive coverage of it.
Meanwhile, we recently reported that the much-anticipated nomination list of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) had been released to the delight of many lovers of the movie industry and its stakeholders.
Some top Nigerian thespians among their African peers were on the nomination list, like Nse Ikpe-Etim, Daniel Etim, Deyemi Okanlawon, Osas Ighodaro, Akah Nnani, and Dorcas Shola-Fapson, among others, got nominations in several categories.
The nomination list equally recognised the crafts of other African countries, with Tanzania, Ghana, Senegal, Uganda, and South Africa dominating the list snagging nominations in essential categories.
Source: Legit.ng
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