The movie A Good time to Divorce bags 6 awards at the Golden Movie Awards…
The Golden Movie Awards which just held last night is an award ceremony organised to recognise film makers all around Africa who are doing a great job. It held at the Hotel Ambassador Movenpick, Accra, Ghana. Cameroon was represented by movie stakeholders; Alenne Menget and Syndy Emade.
5 Cameroonian movies made it to the nomination phase and A good time to divorce was the movie of the night. Cameroon was given a standing ovation during the ceremony as Alenne and Syndy walked up to collect the Overall Golden Movie Award.
It won awards in the following categories;
Golden Art Director: Arnurin Nwenubom
Golden Script writer: Nkanya Nkwai
Golden Drama movie: Nkanya Nkwai
Golden Director: Nkanya Nkwai
Golden Actor in a Drama: Alenne Menget
Overall Golden Movie: A Good Time To Divorce
Other wins for the night were as follows;
Golden Makeup Artiste: Nodryn Evanci (Forbidden)
Golden Costume: Awenseba Ali–Akpajiak (Baabani)
Golden Short Film: Iterum (Again)
Golden Editor: Bernard Makosa (10 Day in Suncity)
Golden Soundtrack (Original): O.C. Ukeje (Potato Potahto)
Golden Promising Actor:Eman Sinare (Baabani)
Golden Supporting Actor (Comedy): Richard Mofe Damijo (10 Days in Suncity)
Golden Supporting Actress (Comedy): Joke Silva (Potato Potahto)
Golden Indigenous Movie (Twi/Swahili/Hausa): Baabani
Golden Cinematography: Stanlee Ohikhuare (Idahosa’s Trail)
Golden Editor (Video):Yaw Karkon–Ampomah (Before the Vows)
Golden Supporting Actress:Ebele Okaro (What’s Within)
Golden Actress (Comedy): Nana Ama McBrown, Sika Osei, Lydia Forson (Side Chic Gang)
Golden Actress (Drama): Lilian Echileon (Black Rose)
Golden Movie (Comedy-Story): Rachel Adiku (Side Chic Gang)
Golden Documentary: One GH (Tramadol Documentary)
Yesterday was a defining moment for the Cameroon Film Industry and certainly will go down in history. It goes a long way to show that our film makers have been putting in alot of work and efforts. Also we believe this win will attract more positive moves towards the growth of the Cameroon was represented by movie stakeholders; Alenne Menget and Syndy Emade. which may include more investors, endorsement deals, collaborations, etc.
In this light, the entire 237Xclusive team will like to heartily congratulate the winners and wish them more success in future. May this be a stepping stone to more great movies from Cameroon.