22nd Kolkata International Film Festival comes to an End with Debutants walking away with Most of the Awards

Iranian film 'Another Time' by Director Nahid Hasanzadeh won the international competition in women director's film category

22nd Kolkata International Film Festival, Photo Deepannita Das/NewsGram

Kolkata, Nov 19, 2016: In its course of 6 days, the celebration of cinema in the city of joy, the 22nd instalment of the Kolkata International Film Festival has successfully managed to keep the audience hooked to the screen with much enthusiasm.

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The queue for the entry passes grew longer and the film festival kept on its long-promised fervour for cinema through the screening of some of the most excellent masterpieces by some renowned maestros around the globe.

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The Model of A Bioscope at Nandan- the West Bengal Film Centre. (Antara/ NewsGram)

China was the focus country in this Film festival and therefore eight films were screened from this country, while the regional focus was on Marathi cinema, which represented five films.

This year Iranian film ‘Another Time’ by Director Nahid Hasanzadeh won the international competition in women director’s film category in which 15 films were competing in total.

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Another award winner for the best film is the film from the category of International Competition for Innovation in Moving Images- Glory, directed by Kristina Grozeva, and Petar Valchanov. Tou-Tai (Seed), by Ashok Veilou won the best film award in the category of National Short Film Competition.

With all its pomp and glory, the 22nd Kolkata International Film Festival bids adieu to the ‘city of joy’ after kick-starting the winter-long festivities that the city awaits. The cinephiles now wait for the fest of cinema to return again with all new selections the next year.

– by Antara Kumar of NewsGram. Twitter: @ElaanaC


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