The five-day Jaipur International Film Festival, which saw screening of various films and award presentation ceremonies, concluded last evening.
Indian entry "Chittagong" was adjudged the best feature film at the festival.
"Ein Augenblick In Mir (In the Nick of Time)" from Germany bagged the Best Short Film's award and Iranian entry "3 Mosht Hak (Three Handful of Soil)" chosen as Best Documentary."
"Shri Hanuman Chalisa' of India was declared the Best Animation Film and "In Between" from India as Best Student Film.
Likewise, 'Kanche aur Postcard' was the best film from Rajasthan.
Sandy Talag for film "Lilet Never Happened" from Netherlands Feature Film Category bagged the Best Actress(International)award, Ketel Weber of film "Dr Ketel" from Germany (Feature Film Category) got Best Actor's award.
Bedabrata Pain and Shonali Bose were awarded for best original screenplay for film "Chittagong".
In total, awards were given in 25 categories that included best director, best editor, and best cinematographer.
As many as 30 films were screened on the final day yesterday. Marathi film 'Touring Talkies' was the last film that was screened at the concluding ceremony. UNI SS SV 0858 NNNN
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