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Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards

Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards (AMVCA) is a prestigious event that celebrates outstanding achievements in the African film and television industry. The 9th edition of the awards is fast approaching, and there are new categories that have been introduced. These new categories provide an opportunity for more stakeholders in the industry to participate and showcase their exceptional work. This year, the nominations are open to all categories.

Nominations are open for the AMVCA to all Ghanaian filmmakers.

The entry portal is open from February 20 – March 10
Eligibility: Movies and films publicly exhibited or broadcast between 1Dec 2021 – 31 January 2023.

For more information about AMVCA visit https://www.dstv.com/africamagic/en-ng/show/amvca/season/9

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Classification of Films and Licensing of Film Exhibition Centres in Ghana

The attention of the National Film Authority (NFA) has been drawn to some discussions on social media on the requirement of the classification of films before they are exhibited and the licensing of exhibition centres. We hereby use this medium to clarify the issues as follows:

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Three Ghanaian Films Premiere In The Middle East

The National Film Authority, through its partnership with Vox Cinema, is showing Ghanaian Films in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).  Single Not Searching was the first to be premiered on the 3rd of November, 2022 in the Deira Mall, in Dubai.

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The National Film Authority Partners With Vox Cinemas To Distribute And Show Ghanaian Films In The Middle East

In line with its cinema development agenda, the National Film Authority (NFA) of Ghana has signed a strategic partnership deal with VOX Cinemas, one of the largest film distributors in the region, to distribute and show Ghanaian films in cinemas in the Middle East.

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NFA NOMINATED FOR FILM COMMISSION INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR

Congratulations to the National Film Authority (NFA) on its nomination in the ‘ FILM COMMISSION INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR’ category for the 3rd Annual Makers and Shakers Awards (MASA) 2022.

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THE NATIONAL FILM AUTHORITY MAKES A TOKEN DONATION TO FiCAG TO SUPPORT VETERAN FILM CREW

The agenda to establish and strengthen a pipeline working relationship between the NFA and the various film guilds/associations and issue accreditation is still actively ongoing. The NFA commends the commitment of the Film Crew Association of Ghana (FiCAG) to the course and dedication to the welfare of its member community.

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GROUNDBREAKING GHANA FILM STUDIO IN DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCED AT INAUGURAL AFRICON EVENT IN LOS ANGELES!

The National Film Authority of Ghana signed a landmark partnership agreement with Pixel Ray Studios LLC which will lead to the construction of a full-service world-class film studio in Ghana, West Africa. 

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Aloe Vera

Peter Sedufia’s ‘Aloe Vera’ has made a comeback in cinemas following the reopening of cinemas and theatres. According to Peter Sedufia, “Aloe Vera is all about the ‘2 Ls’, Love and Laughter. Love should be the uniting force after the covid ‘storm’, a moment to laugh and appreciate one another”.

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AFRICA MONOLOGUE CHALLENGE LAUNCHED – African actors poised for the grand price.

In a bid to create a platform to showcase Africa’s diverse acting talent to the entire continent and the rest of the world, the Africa Monologue Challenge was launched in Accra Ghana.

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PROFILE: FRANCIS YUSHAU BROWN

Francis Yushau Brown is a Ghanaian filmmaker specialising as an animation artist. He was born in Sekondi-Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana where he was raised by his grandmother.

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