Once again budding actress Nana Akua Addo has grabbed a nomination in the 2014 edition of the African Film Festival and Academy Awards (ZAFAA).
She got the nomination in the Best Upcoming Performer category alongside Lynda Ejiofor (Meeting), Nigeria, Jude Chukwuma Odoh (Had I Known), Ghana and Calista Okoronkwo (Career Woman), Nigeria with her HIV-themed movie; Nkuli The Masked.
The movie also earned actress and singer, Paulina Oduro a nomination in the Best Supporting Actor (Female) category. Other nominees included Bhaira Mcwizu (Conversation At Dinner), Nigeria, Oge Okoye (Turning Point), U.S.A and Lizzy Gold Onuwaje (Mothers Heart), Nigeria.
“I’m excited for my nominations and I hope I win”, she told GhanaGist.Com continuing that, “I plead with my fans to vote massively for me to come on top”.
Other productions/movies nominated from Ghana are;
- Christiana Awuni (Had I Known) – Indigenous Best Supporting Indigenous Actor (Female) category.
- Nkansah Kwadwo (Obroni Hianii) – Best Supporting Indigenous Actor (Male)
- Vivian Jill (Had I Known) – Best Actor Indigenous (Female)
- Van Vicker (Obroni Hianii) and Kwadwo Nkansah (Had I Known) – Best Actor Indigenous (Male)
- Kenneth Yeboah (Made In Agege) – Best Producer Indigenous
- Nana Akuah Manso (Contract) – Best Editor
- Kenneth Yeboah (Made In Agege) – Best Cinematography
- Joseph Benjamin (Contract) – Best Supporting Actor (Male)
- Ken Attoh (Contract) – Best Producer
- Shirley Frimpong Manso (Contract) – Best Director
- Contract – Best African Film
- Jackie Appiah (Turning Point) and Yvonne Okoro (Contract) – Best Female Actor
- Hlomla Dandala (Contract) – Best Male Actor
Voting can be done via www.zafaa.com.