African films: AMAA 2014 winners

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The Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) announced and celebrated its winners in Bayelsa, Nigeria in May 2014.



Winners
Efere Ozako Award for Best Short Film: Dialemi (Gabon)
Best Animation: Triggerfish's Khumba (South Africa)
Best Film (African Language): B for Boy (Nigeria)
Best Diaspora Short Film: Passage (Bahamas)
Best Documentary: Hamu Beya - The Sand Fishers (Mali) & Portraits of a Lone Farmer (Nigeria/Denmark)
Best Diaspora Documentary: Through The Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People (USA)
Best Diaspora Feature: Kingston Paradise (Jamaica)
Best Production Design: Northern Affair (Ghana)
Best Costume Design: Ni Sisi (Kenya)
Achievement In Make-up: Once Upon A Road Trip (South Africa)
Best Soundtrack: Onye Ozi (Nigeria/UK)
Achievement in Sound: The Forgotten Kingdom
Achievement in Visual Effects: A Mile From Home (Nigeria)
Achievement in Editing: Potomanto
Achievement in Screenplay: Of Good Report
Achievement in Cinematography: The Forgotten Kingdom
Best Director: Jamil X.T Quebeka (Of Good Report, South Africa)
Best First Feature Film by a Director: Harikrishna & Sharvan Anenden - The Children of Troumaron
Best Child Actor: Lebohang Ntsane (Forgotten Kingdom)
Bayelsa State Government Endowed Award for Best Nigerian Film: Accident
Most Promising Actor: Petronella Tshuma (Of Good Report)
Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Thapelo Mofekeng (Felix)
Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Patience Ozokwor (After The Proposal)
Best Actor in Leading Role: Mothusi Magano (Of Good Report)
Best Actress in Leading Role: Clarion Chukwurah (Apaye)
Best Film: Of The Good Report (South Africa)
Special Jury Prize for Short Film: New Horizon (Nigeria)
Joyce Banda Award for Film on Women Empowerment: B For Boy (Nigeria)
Mandiba Award: Ni Sisi (Kenya)
Special Jury Prize - Lifetime Achievement: Bob Manuel Udokwu