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Passionate Ghanaian filmmaker, Basira Mohammed, has bagged two nominations at the Nollywood Entertainment and Leadership Awards (NELAS) to be held in the United Kingdom.
As indicated on the official website of the award scheme, the high-achieving Ghanaian icon was listed among a few selected for the Best TV Producer award for 'The Round Table' as well as the Best Short Film for her work '30 Days'.
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Basira is a graduate from National Film And Television Institute (NAFTI) who has been in the Film Industry for over a decade.
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Better known as Bassy, she has worked with reputable Production Houses as a freelancer in Ghana and Abroad such as Miprime Entertainment (Ghana) BKE FILMS(USA) FILMPOOL (USA) Ginger Ink (Kenya).
The CEO of BM Entertainment is also a member of the Film Directors Guild of Ghana and is the Creator and Host of ‘THE ROUNDTABLE WITH BASSY' the first ever Television show in Ghana that only features eminent filmmakers sharing their creative ideas and experiences for movie lovers.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, the Ghanaian icon revealed some of the secrets to her enviable successes.
In her words:
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In another exciting report, Michaela Ewuraba Boakye-Collinson, an award-winning actress with Ghanaian roots, has starred in the sequel of Black Panther called Wakanda Forever.
On her personal Instagram handle, Ewuraba whose parents are Ghanaian but grew up with her sister in London, shared the Wakanda-Forever trailer with a shot that captured a scene of her.
The Ghanaian-British woman has worked as an actress, screenwriter, director, producer and singer, BAFTA Award for Best Female Comedy Performance and British Academy Television Award for Best Actress, among others.
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Source: YEN.com.gh
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