AZALI movie won the Best Feature Film at the 2018 Africa International Film Festival – AFRIFF held in Lagos, Nigeria on November 18.
The Ghanaian movie in Dagbani, Twi and English, seeks to expose the dangers of Child labour, child abuse, streetism and child marriage across Africa.
The director of the epic Movie, Kwabena Gyansah won the Best Screenplay award and Amina (Asana Alhassan), the lead character was crowned Best Actress.
The movie featured some Stars like Adjetey Anang, Akorfa Edjeani, Ama K. Abebrese, Peter Ritchie, Mohammed Hafiz, Emmanuel Nii Quaye among others.
The Africa International Film Festival – AFRIFF is Africa’s most vibrant film festival experience. AFRIFF consistently delivers an energetic and exciting hub of reel people making reel connections and has gradually built a reputation for delivering real value.
AFRIFF delivers Awards and monetary prizes in categories such as Feature, Documentary, Short, Animation and Students Short, as well as awards and prizes in Directing, Acting and Screenplay. it also features special awards for Audience choice and a Jury award for the outstanding film.
The event was put in place to bring together all in the film and entertainment industry with the purpose of improving and developing the film industry in Nigeria and Africa.
Watch the trailer below: