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Highlights of TECNO’s Dazzling Display @The AMVCA 10th Edition


As the curtains rose on the grand spectacle of the 10th Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA), TECNO again took centre stage, illuminating the night with a blend of technological innovation and unwavering support for the Nigerian movie industry.

Amidst the glitz and glamour of the red carpet, where superstars dazzled in their finest attire, TECNO’s presence was felt beyond mere aesthetics. Attendees were greeted with a showcase of technological splendour at the TECNO booth, where moments of laughter and camaraderie were immortalized through the lens of innovation.


But TECNO’s commitment goes far beyond mere spectacle. Continuing their impact journey, TECNO proudly returned as the category sponsor of the Best Cinematographer award. This category, known for its keen competition, exemplifies the dedication and artistry that define the Nigerian movie industry.

The nominees for Best Cinematographer represented a spectrum of talent and creativity, each film a testament to the vibrancy of African storytelling: Lílis Soares’ Mami Wata, Gideon Chukwu’s Blood Vessel, Over The Bridge from KC Obiajulu, Breath of Life from Ola Cardoso, Adeoluwa Owu’s Jagun Jagun – The Warrior, Adekunle Nodash Adejuyigbe’s Ijogbon – Chaos, Joachim Philippe’s Omen.

As the anticipation reached its zenith, the moment of truth arrived. Amongst the stellar lineup of nominees, KC Obiajulu’s Over The Bridge emerged victorious, claiming the coveted title of Best Cinematographer.

In TECNO’s words, this is more than just a gesture; it’s a testament to their unwavering support for the entertainment sector and their relentless pursuit of greatness.

As TECNO continues to push boundaries and champion excellence, it remains steadfast in its commitment to empowering African talent and celebrating the magic of storytelling.

The 10th AMVCA was a night to remember, where TECNO’s fusion of technology and creativity illuminated the path toward a brighter future for African cinema. As the curtains close on this unforgettable evening, TECNO reaffirms its pledge to STOP AT NOTHING until greatness is achieved, both on-screen and beyond.

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