Nana Ama McBrown, Liwin, Akrobeto, Rahim Banda, Bill Asamoah, others win at 2014 Kumawood and Akoben Film Festival

The 2014 of the annual Kumawood and Akoben Film Festival was held on Sunday, December 28, 2014 at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Kumasi.

Actors Nana Ama McBrown and Akwasi Boadi popularly known as Akrobeto picked the Best Actress and Actor roles in Twi respectively.

Check out list of winners below:

Industry Awards Winners

Best Make Up Artist – Felicia Blessing Ndinyah {Obaapa nisuo}

Best Costume – Peace & Love Collection [Boys Abre]

Best Lighting – Kwadwo Brefah Dankroah [Enye me saa,Boys Abre]

Best Sound – Kofi Sefah [Obaapa nisuo]

Best Visual Effects – Ninja [13-30 Kaba Church]

Best Director of Photography – Leonard A. Kubaloe [ Tomorrow]

Best Original Song – Broni Hiani

Best Screenplay/Script -Theophilus Amoabeng [Enye Me Saa]

Best Film Editor – Mind Studio [Obour]

Individual Awards

Discovery of the Year – Vivian Zoroaster [Obaapa Nisuo]

Best Collaboration (Twi & English) – Obroni Hiani

Best Actor Supporting Role – Kwadwo Nkansah/Lilwin [Had I known]

Best Actress Supporting Role – Christiana Awuni

Best Actor Lead Dagbani -Ahmed Adam [Sal Tuma]

Best Actress Lead Role Dagbani – Imoro Anda States [Biegni ‘Tomorrow’]

Best Actor Lead Role Frafra – Atinga Amoah [Nobigre Kaine ne Songa]

Best Actress Lead Frafra – Lareba Dansor [Poka]

Best Actor Lead Hausa – Yusif Saseed [Zabin Zuci]

Best Actress Lead Actress – Hakima Hashim Larny [Al-Kalami]

Best Actor Lead Role Twi – Akwasi Boadi (Akrobeto)

Best Actress Lead Role Twi – Nana Ama McBrown

Best Actor Lead Role Ewe – Hoddor Richard [Agbetsi ‘Water of live]

Best Actress Lead Role Ewe – Madam Amenuveve [Agbetsi ‘Water of live]

Best Juvenile – Rahim Banda

Honorary Awards – 2015 Kumawood Award Ambassadors

Bill Asamoah

Vivian Jill Lawrence

Honoray Veteran Awards

Veteran Actor and Producer Award – Mr. Samuel Twumasi

Veteran Film Producer and Pioneer – Samuel Nyamekye (Miracle Films)

Most Favourite Actor – Bill Asamoah

Most Favourite Actress – Emelia Brobbey

Best Film Director – Leonard A. Kubaloe [Biegni ‘Tomorrow’]

Best Film – Beigni (Tomorrow)

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