Ghana Movie Awards Calls for 2015 Entries

Ghana Movie Awards Calls for 2015 Entries

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The annual prestigious Ghana Movie Awards (MAG) which is slated for 30th December, 2015 at the Accra International Conference Centre has opened for entries—with the deadline for submission being November 20.

At a press soiree last night at Oak Plazza in Accra, the founder/CEO of MAG-Fred Kwaku Nuamah who was also celebrating his 40th birthday told a group of journalists this year’s awards will lift the already established desirable benchmark as its new partner-Silhouette Advertising is well positioned to add the needed extra excellence.
Speaking to the press, Fred Nuamah stated among other things that “though by convention submission of the 2015 entries opened immediately after last year’s Ghana Movie Awards, the official call for entries is necessary to serve as a reminder, especially when a deadline has been fixed.”

The 2015 MAG ‘Entry Form’ can be downloaded from the awards’ scheme’s official website- or be picked from and be submitted on completion to the Ghana Movie Awards Secretariat located at the Silhouette Advertising office located at No Ct 419/4 floor, Goodwill Road, Kokomlemle close to Unicredit, former Procredit Building-Contact: 0302781077/ 0544326788 / 0302244645 / 0208510001 / 0244670554.

The 6th Ghana Movie Awards’ press gathering which gave journalists the opportunity to hold direct conversation with Fred Nuamah was also attended by Silhouette Advertising’s CEO-McLaren Joey Hammond, the company’s General Manager-Clement Baffour and its legal advisor-Samuel Kofi Nartey.

Ghana Movie Awards (MAG) is an award scheme which recognizes excellence by annually honouring achievements of Actors, writers, Directors, Producers, Technicians and other personalities in the film making industry of Africa.
MAG is organized by Gollywood Production Limited and Silhouette Advertising with support from major stakeholders of the film industry. It provides opportunities for filmmakers to have spotlight on their films and will also aims to promote and support Ghanaian filmmaking.




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