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Nana Ama McBrown, Adjetey Annang Win at Golden Movie Awards
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The maiden edition of the Golden Movie Awards Africa were held at the State House Banquet Hall on Saturday night with actors AY, Nana Ama McBrown, Adjetey Annang, Nse Ipke Etim

Nigerian movies 30 Days In Atlanta and Knocking On Heaven’s Door and Ghanaian movies including Devil In the Details, and Made In Agege were the biggest winners at the 2015 Golden Movie Awards. Knocking on Heaven’s Door won the Best Film nod while Devil in The Details bagged the Best Director nod for Shirley Frimpong Manso

Here is the full list of winners from the night of music, comedy, glitz ands glamour.

Golden Actor In Comedy

Ay Ayo Makun

Golden Actor In Drama

Adjetey Annang

Golden Actress In Comedy

Lydia Forson

Golden Actor In A Tv Series

Chris Attoh

Golden Actress In Drama

Nse Ipke Etim

Golden Actress In Tv Series

Nana Mensah

Golden Art Director

Kenneth Yeboah

Golden Cenimatographer

Sadiq Alhassan

Golden Most Promising Actor

Yvonne Okyere

Golden Movie Comedy

30 Days In Atlanta

Golden Movie

Knocking On Heavens Door

Golden Short Film

New Horizon

Golden  Soundtrack Original

Knocking On Heavens Door

Golden Story Drama

Love Or Something Like That

Golden Supporting Actor Drama

OC Ukeje

Golden Supporting Actor Comedy

Ramsey Noah

Golden Director

Shirley Frimpong Manso

Golden Discovery

Adesua Etomi

Golden Editor Sound

Owulade Gbade

Golden Editor Video

Patrick Odjegba

Favourite Actor

Elikem Kumodzie

Favourite Actress

Nana Ama Mcbrown

Indeginous Movie

Mama Africa

Makeup Artiste

Chiwem Wisdom
Source: ameyawdebrah.com

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