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Entries Open For 2018 Africa Movie Academy Awards

Organisers of Africa Movie Academy Awards are calling for entries for the 2018 edition of the award ceremony which celebrates achievements in the Africa’s movie industry.

The 14th AMAA cordially invites filmmakers to submit their feature, short, animation and documentary works for consideration in nearly 30 categories of the awards.

Deadline for all submissions is January 30, 2018; a late entry deadline is 14/2/2018. Works are to be submitted Film Freeway and in any of the AMAA offices across the continent. Nominations will be announced on April 2018 while the 14th edition of the AMAA’s will be held on June 2, 2018 and televised globally.

Only films produced and released between June 2017 and January 2018 may be entered for this celebration of African cinema. The Africa Movie Academy Awards was founded in 2005.

Mostly held annually in Nigeria, the AMAAs is described one of the most prestigious and glamorous African entertainment industry events of its kind on the continent. Evolving from a one day event — televised live — to an annually chronicled African event, the AMA Awards is now an established engagement platform for filmmakers, industry professionals and all creative industry stakeholders.

The primary aim of the AMA Awards is to facilitate the development and the showcasing of the social relevance of African film and cinema. The awards are presented to recognise and honour excellence in professional filmmaking in the African film industry and the African Diaspora.

Over the years, the award presentation has been attended by numerous international media representatives, Hollywood celebrities, Nigerian politicians, other African politicians, journalists, film industry professionals, actors and actresses from across Africa.

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