The GIAMA organization has officially released the nominations for the 2014 scheme.

According to the GIAMA Jury, this year’s production in African Cinema was very competitive, as filmmakers depicted inner complications of the human mind in the execution of the various movies submitted for review.

Although the African Diaspora film industry is still in its infant stage, it continues to show an unrelenting spirit for growth and progress.

The event is scheduled to take place at the Stafford Centre located at 10505 Cash Rd, Stafford, TX 77477.

For the two categories under viewer’s choice, voting begins on AUG 15 and ends on AUG 31; to vote, log onto


Best Motion Picture

Best Drama

Best Film (Indigenous)

Best Film (Comedy)

Best On-Screen Duo

Best Actor

Best Actress

Most Promising Actor

Most Promising Actress

Best Supporting Actor

Best Supporting Actress

Best Comedic Act

Best Screenplay

Best Director

Producer of the Year

Best Edited Film

Best Cinematography

Best Sound

Best Costume

Best Makeup

Special Recognition

Lynn Whitfield – 30 Days in Atlanta


Best Film – Diaspora

Best Film Director – Diaspora

Most Promising Actor – Diaspora

Most Promising Actress – Diaspora


Voting begins on AUG 15 and ends on AUG 31; to vote, log onto

Male Viewer’s Choice

Female Viewer’s Choice


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