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Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Cinematography

The Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Cinematography is an annual merit by the Africa Film Academy to reward the Best use of camera in a film.[1]

Best Cinematography
Year Film Cinematographer Result
2005 Abuja Connection Won
2006 Tanyaradzwa Won
Day of Atonement Nominated
Rising Moon Nominated
Family Battle Nominated
Sofia Nominated
My Mother's Heart Nominated
2007 The Amazing Grace Won
Abeni Nominated
Mokili Nominated
Sitanda Nominated
2008 White Waters Won
Run Baby Run Nominated
Across the Niger Nominated
Princess Tyra Nominated
Mission to Nowhere Nominated
30 Days Nominated
2009 Cindy’s Note Izu Ojukwu Won
From a Whisper Marius Van Graan Nominated
Seventh Heaven Ramses Marzouk Nominated
Gugu and Andile Greg Heimann Nominated
Battle of the Soul Stephen Njero and Tony Matomi Nominated
2010 The Figurine Won
The Perfect Picture Nominated
I Sing of a Well Nominated
The Child Nominated
The Tenant Nominated
2011 Viva Riva! Won
Sinking Sands Nominated
Izulu lami Nominated
Maami Nominated
Hopeville Nominated
2012 Otelo Burning Won
How to Steal 2 Million Nominated
Rugged Priest Nominated
Masquerades Nominated
Man on Ground Nominated
2013 Uhlanga the Mark Won
Virgin Magarida Nominated
Nairobi Half Life Nominated
Swirl In Bamako Nominated
The Twin Sword Nominated
Sherifa Nominated
Elelwani Nominated

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Official Website of the AMAAs". Africa Movie Academy Awards. Retrieved 20 May 2014.