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The CA AWARDS Now Open For Nominations

CA award (CREATIVITY AWARD) recognises the creativity of Afro Caribbean talent globally.  The only award that celebrates and highlights Afro-Caribbean contributions in all sectors including; Sports, film, arts, enterprise, and careers.

The largest and most prestigious African award in the UK, past recipients include,  Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe (founder BUFF), Dele Momudu (publisher Ovation), Dr Alistair Soyode (founder BEN TV),Prof. Rotimi Jaiyesimi (renowned medical Doctor and lecturer ),  Akin Salami (Founder OHTV) , Pauline Long (Founder BEFFTA) and a host of others.

Elegibility:  Anyone of African or Caribbean heritage anywhere in the world with talent and making contributions in the sectors mentioned in the categories can be nominated .

Nomination: You can nominate yourself or be nominated by someone else. After nominations, the independent awards directors will go through the evidences and shortlist the finalists. Thereafter, voting commences. This year, the results are completely in the hands of the public.

 

Dinner: CA award 2016 will be held with a lavish 3 course dinner on;

Date: 19th of Nov, 2016

Time : 5.00pm – Arrivals, wine reception, red carpet , media and networking.

Venue: At Hilton Hotel Tower Bridge London, SE1 2BY.

Independent Award Directors – To be announced on Monday June 20, 2016.

 

 

NOMINATE SOMEONE OR YOURSELF FOR A CA AWARD : 

http://www.chubmagazine.com/events

“Django Unchained” Up For Four Oscar Nominations

The nominees for the 2013 Academy Awards were recently announced and QUENTIN TARANTINO‘s highly controversial film, Django Unchained, received four nominations.

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Since it’s release Django has been a highly criticized film for the use of the ‘N-word’ and its depiction of slavery in the United States.

Starring JAMIE FOXXKERRY WASHINGTON, and SAMUEL L. JACKSON, Django Unchainedreceived Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, Best Cinematography, and Best Sound Editing nominations.

FOXX, WASHINGTON, and JACKSON, stellar performances in the film were overlooked as none of our Juicy favorites received nominations.