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AMVCA shifts from public voting to Jury-based system

The Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA) has transitioned from public voting to a jury-based system for the Best Actor and Best Actress in Leading or Supporting Roles categories.

A select jury will now determine winners in these categories. This change impacts a total of 16 non-voting categories, encompassing Best Lead Actor, Best Lead Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Director, Art Direction, Cinematography, Costume Design, Best Writing in a Movie and TV Series, Best Movie and TV Series, Best Short Film, Best Documentary, and Best Sound Design, Editing, and Makeup.

Additionally, there will be eight categories open for audience voting, including Best Scripted Africa Magic Original, Best Unscripted Africa Magic Original, Best Digital Content Creator, Best Indigenous Language (for West, East, and Southern Africa), Best Multichoice Talent Factory Film, and Best Indigenous Africa Magic Original.

The AMVCA will present a total of 25 awards, including two special recognition awards, during the ceremony scheduled to take place in Lagos, Nigeria, in May 2024.

 

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