Abraham Attah Youngster wins "Best Actor" award at Tacoma Film Festival 2016

Abraham Attah has won the "Best Actor" (Narrative) award for his role in the movie "Out of The Village" at the 2016 Tacoma Film Festival (TFF).

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Abraham Attah has won the "Best Actor" (Narrative) award for his role in the movie "Out of The Village" at the 2016 Tacoma Film Festival (TFF) which took place over the weekend.

The movie shot in Ghana explores the social and cultural impact of the Ebola epidemic from the perspective of an orphaned brother and his sister. It won "Best International Short Film" at the Foyle Film Festival 2015, and was produced by X-Menactor Bryan Singer. It was directed by Jonathan Stein.

TFF features internationally recognized, up-and-coming filmmakers as a group where they screen their work and share their experiences.

Each year the festival recognises the best-of-the-best with its TFF Awards. The festival was established in 2006.

Here is the other list of winners;

Best Regional

Ernie

Best Narrative Short

Home

Best Actor (Narrative)

OUT OF THE VILLAGE

Best Actress (Narrative)

Hold On

Best Screenplay (Narrative)

Discipline

Best Cinematography (Narrative)

Home

Best Director (Narrative)

And Nothing Happened

Best Documentary Short

The Carousel

Best Cinematography (Documentary)

I am Yup’ik

Best Director (Documentary)

The Tricks List



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