The 2020 edition of the most impressive, celebration of talented personalities with exceptional roles on television and in film industry, AMVCA took place in Lagos, Nigeria on Saturday March 14, 2020.

This year’s awards mark the seventh edition since, the significant investment in skills and talent developments on the African continent began.

Performances were emotional musical tribute in honour of fallen Nollywood stars by Cobhams Asuquo, live performance by music legend 2baba, Chorography and other performances by Adeniyi Timilehin, Ighwiyisi Jacobs, Mercy Aghedo and many more.


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Celebrities across the African continent, especially Nollywood stars went in their numbers in elegant costumes.

It was a night full of ostentation on the red carpet, creative arts, fashion, entertainments and excitements. The night saw various talented acts performed tremendously, thrilling the audience present at the event.

Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards, had 28 awards categories which included a fresh category known as The MultiChoice Factory Talent Award. Here are the winners of the various awards.



Best Overall Movie was Living in Bondage by Best Director/Actor  Ramsey Nuoah

Credit: AMVCA| Lisa Omorodion

Nollywood Veteran  Peter Bunor has sadly passed away on Friday, 1st May 2015 in Asaba….Peter Bunor Jnr announced on his Facebook that ‘In the early hours of today,my father,friend,teacher,confidant passed on’ ….

Peter Bunor has over 30 years in acting…What is your favourite Peter Bunor movie?


Our Thoughts And Prayers Go Out To  His Family.

half a yellow. half a yellowOne of the most-awaited films of this year in Nigeria “Half of a Yellow Sun” has been finally approved by the Nigerian Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB).  The board had delayed the release of the movie since April, citing current security situation in Nigeria and claiming the movie, which is based on a novel of same name on the Nigerian civil war, could incite violence.

The movie, whose novel was written by Chimamanda Adichie, was classified 18 and above by the censor’s board.  The movie tells a story of Sisters Olanna and Kainene return home to 1960s Nigeria, where they soon diverge on different paths. As civil war breaks out, political events loom larger than their differences as they join the fight to establish an independent republic.