The 10th edition of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) was held yesterday, 24th May 2014 at the capital city of Bayelsa State, Yenagoa. Headlined by Peace Anyiam-Osigwe and tipped as the most prestigious African awards; Nigerian celebrities as well as prolific African filmmakers flooded the venue of the event with its grace and glory.

Winners of the 2014 Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA):
(1) Best Short Film – Dialemi

(2) Best Animation – Khumba (South Africa)

(3) Best Documentary – Hamu Beya(Mali) & Portraits of a Lone Farmer(Nigeria&Denmark)

(4) Best Film(African Language) – B for Boy

(5) Best Diaspora Short Film – Passage

(6) Best Diaspora Documentary – Through The Lens Darkly(USA)

(7) Best Diaspora Feature – Kingston Paradise(Jamaica)

(8) Achievement In Production Design
Award – Northern Affair (Ghana)

(9) Achievement In Costume Design – Ni Sisi(Kenya)

(10) Achievement In Make-up – Once Upon

(11) A Road Trip (South Africa)

(12) Achievement in Soundtrack – Onye Ozi (Nigeria/UK)

(13) Best Marketer – Okiki Films

(14) Best Actress in a Leading Role – Clarion Chukwurah (Apaye)

(15) Best Film – Of The Good Report

(16) Best Actor – Mothusi Magano (Of Good Report)

(17) Best Actress in a Supporting Role
– Patience Ozokwor (After The Proposal)

(18) Best Actor in a Supporting Role –
Thapelo Mofekeng (Felix)

(19) Best Young Promising Actor -Petronella Tshuma (Of Good Report)

(20) Best Child Actor – Lebohang Ntsane (Forgotten Kingdom)

(21) Best Nigerian Film – Accident

(22) Best Director – Jamil Quebeka (Of Good Report)

(23) Best First Feature Film by a Director – Harikrishna & Sharvan Anenden
(24) Special Jury Prize for Short Film – New Horizon

(25) Joyce Banda Award for Film on Women Empowerment – B For Boy

(26) Mandiba Award – Ni Sisi

(27) Special Jury Prize – Bob Manuel-Udokwu

(28) Achievement in Screenplay – Of Good Report

(29) Achievement in Editing – Potomanto

(30) Achievement in Cinematography – The Forgotten Kingdom

(31) Achievement in Sound – The Forgotten Kingdom

(32) Achievement in Visual Effects – A Mile From Home (Nigeria)