Ghanaian movie ‘Made In Agege’ was the biggest winner at the fifth (5th) edition of the Kumawood & Akoben Film Festival (KAFF Awards) held at Golden Tulip, Kumasi City.
Director of the movie, Keneth Yeboah also won Best Director of the year for the same movie which stared Bernard Adusi Poku, Kojo Nkansah Lilwin and many others.
Other winners on the night included Benedicta Gafah, Emelia Brobbey, Bill Asamoah and many others.
Popular faces such as Lilwin, Agya Koo, Akrobeto, Nana Ama McBrown, Vivian Jill Lawrence and many others were all missing in action. Reasons, I will explain later in my review.
Scroll down to check the full list of winners.
Best Make Up Artist – Jude Odoh Adofo Asa
Best Costume – Samuel Anane/Akwasi Agyemang Ensi Aga
Best Lighting – Osei Kwadwo Abeka Adofo Asa
Best Sound – Frank Amponsah K2 Adie No Adane
Best Visual Effects – Ninja Just 3 Days
Best Director of Photography – Evanda Kwame Agyemang Before 12:00 Noon
Best Original Song – Duniya Yala
Best Film editor – Kenneth Yeboah Made in Agege
Discovery of the year – Patricia Nana Asiedua Ama Pooley
Best Collaboration (Twi & English) – Broni W’awu
Best Short Film – Death Territory
Promising Star – Adu Safowaa Regina Woara Woba
Best Actor Supporting Role (Twi)- Bill Asamoah Adofo Asah
Best Actress Supporting Role (Twi)- Bridget Serwaa Ensi Aga
Best Actor Lead Role (Frafra) – Zimbabo Yenbila Zimbabo NyenYura
Best Actress Lead Role (Frafra) – Lamisi Sis Paulina (N Beyinga. My only Child)
Best Juvenile – Clara Benson / Maame Serwaa Tafo Asieye
Best Actor Lead Role (Dagbani) – M.C Rauf Damli
Best Actress Lead Role (Dagbani) – Zainab Basiru Duniya Yala
Most Favourite Actor – Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin Nyame Akwan Yehu
Most Favourite Actress – Emelia Brobbey Adofo Asa
Best Director – Kenneth Yeboah Made In Agege
Most Favourite Movie – Ensi Aga
Best Film of the year – Made In Agege
Kumawood Ambassador Male – Bill Asamoah
Kumawood Ambassador Female – Emelia Brobbey