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The International Film Festival of Kerala abbreviated as IFFK is a film festival held annually in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala, India This film festival started in 1996 and is hosted by the Kerala State Chalachitra Academy on behalf of Department of Cultural Affairs, Government of Kerala The festival is held in November or December every year and is acknowledged as one of the leading cultural events in India

Several national and international films have their premiers at the IFFK each year Competition section is limited to 14 selected films produced in Asia, Africa or Latin America The festival also has a section devoted to Malayalam cinema On the lines of the IFFK, the Chalachitra Academy also organises the International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Highlights of the Festival
  • 3 Prizes given
    • 31 Golden Crow Pheasant for Best Film - Winners
  • 4 IFFK 2014
    • 41 The Awards
  • 5 IFFK 2013
    • 51 The Awards
  • 6 IFFK 2012
    • 61 The Awards
  • 7 IFFK 2011
    • 71 The Awards
  • 8 IFFK 2010
    • 81 The Awards
  • 9 IFFK 2009
    • 91 The Awards
  • 10 IFFK 2008
    • 101 The Awards
  • 11 IFFK 2007
    • 111 The Awards
  • 12 References
  • 13 External links

History

The Directorate of Film Festivals, Govt of India held the International Film Festival of India IFFI at Thiruvananthapuram, in 1988 The festival ushered in interest in serious films and subsequently several film societies were born throughout the state The activities of the societies included screening of classic films from around the world, conducting group discussions on various aspects of cinema and circulating pamphlets on renowned film-makers The film societies obtained copies of films from archives and from embassies of some countries as a part of culture-exchange programmes The film society movement helped to raise film literacy among people and the need for an international film festival to the level of the IFFI came up The first IFFK was in Kozhikode in 1996 Incidentally, the festival was held in the 100th year anniversary of cinema and 100 films were screened as a part of the event The event was managed by the Kerala State Film Development Corporation KSFDC till 1998 when the Kerala State Chalachitra Academy was formed and was bestowed with the responsibility of conducting IFFK along with other activities for promotion of cinema Later, the FIAPF accredited the festival and a competition section was added to the event in 1999 The competition is limited to films produced in Asia, Africa or Latin America The 'FIPRESCI Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique and the Netpac Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema have also recognised the festival

Highlights of the Festival

Contemporary World Cinema, New Malayalam Cinema, Retrospectives of Major filmmakers, Homage and Tributes, Contemporary Indian Cinema, Short films and Documentaries are screened during the film festival Film Market and Seminars on important issues concerning Cinema are also scheduled during the IFFK The festival is now permanently held at various cinema halls in Thiruvananthapuram The festival is always noted for its public support The festival is perhaps the only one to have screenings in a prison, a juvenile homePoojappura Central Jail, Thiruvananthapuram and a poor home Sri Chitra Poor Home

Prizes given

  • The Golden Crow Pheasant Award: Suvarna Chakoram and a cash prize of Rs1,000,000/- about US$20,000 to the best feature film to be shared equally by the director and the producer
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award: Rajatha Chakoram and a cash prize of Rs300,000/- about US$6,000 to the best director
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award: Rajatha Chakoram and a cash prize of Rs200,000/- about US$4,000 to the best debut director
  • Audience Prize: Rajatha Chakoram and cash prize of Rs100,000 about US$2,000 to the Director of the most popular film voted by the festival delegates
  • FIPRESCI Award: For the best film chosen by the Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique
  • Netpac Award: For the best film in the competition section from Asia, chosen by the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema
  • Newly Introduced Awards: In 2007, two more awards from the FIPRESCI and the Netpac are introduced, which will be awarded separately to the best Malayalam films at the festival

Golden Crow Pheasant for Best Film - Winners

Year Film English Title Director Country Ref
1999 Hai shang hua Flowers of Shanghai Hou Hsiao-hsien  Taiwan
2000 Mayonnaise Yoon In-ho  South Korea
2001 Ali Zaoua Nabil Ayouch  Morocco
2002 Anyangde guer The Orphan of Anyang Wang Chao  China
2003 Abouna Our Father Mahamat Saleh Haroun  Chad
2004 Días de Santiago Days of Santiago Josué Méndez  Peru
2005 Sheng si jie Stolen Life Shaohong Li  China
2006 Melegin Düsüsü Angel's Fall Semih Kaplanoğlu  Turkey
2006 Nirontor Forever Flows Abu Sayeed  Bangladesh
2007 XXY Lucía Puenzo  Argentina
2007 10 + 4 Mania Akbari  Iran
2008 Parque via Enrique Rivero  Mexico
2009 Darbareye Elly About Elly Asghar Farhadi  Iran
2009 Jermal Fishing Platform Ravi Bharwani  Indonesia
2010 Retratos en un mar de mentiras Portraits in a Sea of Lies Carlos Gaviria  Colombia
2011 Los colores de la montaña The Colours of the Mountain Carlos Cesar Arbelaez  Colombia
2012 Sta Niña Emmanuel Quindo Palo  Philippines
2013 Parviz Majid Barzegar  Iran
2014 Refugiado Diego Lerman  Argentina
2015 Ottaal The Trap Jayaraj  India
2016 Eshtebak Clash Mohamed Diab  Egypt
2017 Wajib Wajib Annemarie Jacir  Palestine

IFFK 2014

The 19th IFFK was held from 12 December 2014 to 19 December 2014 With a total of 140 films, 10 sections and 12 theatres, The world cinema package of the IFFK has a total of 60 films from 37 countries, including, French and Chinese film packages

The Awards

  • The Golden Crow Pheasant Award for the Best film - Refugiado directed by Nicolas Avruj
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for the Best Director - Hiroshi Toda for Summer, Kyoto
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for the Best Debut Director - Hossein Shahabi for The Bright Day
  • FIPRESCI Award: Best Malayalam Film - Oraalppokkam directed by Sanalkumar Sasidharan
  • FIPRESCI Award: Best International Film - They Are The Dogs directed by Hicham Lasri
  • NETPAC Award: Best Malayalam Film - Oraalppokkam directed by Sanalkumar Sasidharan
  • NETPAC Award: Best Asian Film - Summer, Kyoto directed by Hiroshi Toda from Japan

IFFK 2013

The 18th IFFK was held from 7 December 2013 to 13 December 2013 The festival began with the guests and audience observing a minute's silent prayer in honour of South African leader Nelson Mandela Renowned actress Shabana Azmi was the chief guest Amos Gitai's Ana Arabia, an Israeli movie shot in an 85-minute-long single sequence was the opening film at the festival As many as 211 films from 64 countries under various categories like 'Competition Section', 'World Cinema', 'Indo-German Connection Section', 'Samurai Film Section', 'Retrospective Section' and 'Homage Section' were screened during the festival A total of 14 movies from Asia, Africa and Latin America were selected for the Competition Section, while the World Cinema segment had 79 movies Seven films including those of noted Japanese directors like Kon Ichikawa and Kenji Mizoguchi comprised the Samurai Film section Seeking to mark the centenary celebrations of Indian cinema, a special section titled "Original Glory: 100 Years of Indian Cinema" was included It included Indian classics like Satyajit Ray's Charulata and Mrinal Sen's Bhuvan Shome Veteran Mexican filmmaker Arturo Ripstein chaired the jury panel of the Competition Section, which also comprised Thai film maker Aditya Assarat, South African director Khalo Matabane and south Indian actor Gouthami Spanish Filmmaker Carlos Saura was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award

The Awards

  • The Golden Crow Pheasant Award for the Best film - Parviz Majid Barzegar
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for the Best Debut Film – Errata Ivan Vescovo
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for the Best Director - Kamaleswar Mukherjee Meghe Dhaka Tara
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for the Best Feature Film Audience Prize - 101 Chodyangal 101 Questions Sidhartha Shiva
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Film Competition Section - Errata Ivan Vescovo
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Malayalam Film - Kanyaka Talkies
  • NETPAC Award for Best Malayalam Film - CR No: 89

IFFK 2012

The 17th IFFK was at Thiruvananthapuram 7–14 December 2012 It was inaugurated by Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy with a special screening of Alfred Hitchcock's silent film The Ring 1927, with the accompaniment of live orchestration of a new score created by the sextet led by British Jazz artiste Soweto Kinch One hundred and ninety eight films from 54 countries were shown in the festival

14 films were screened in the competition section, including two Malayalam films Bhoomiyude Avakashikal by T V Chandran and Shutter by Joy Mathew and two non-Malayalam Indian films ID by Kamal K M and Filmistaan by Nitin Kakkar IFFK 2012 had retrospectives of thespians and auteurs, past and present It had works by Australian filmmaker Paul Cox who chaired the competition jury, Burkina Faso film director and screenwriter Pierre Yameogo, French filmmaker Alain Resnais, the Japanese master filmmaker Akira Kurosawa, Brazilian actor Helena Ignez, British filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock and Malayalam actor Sathyan

IFFK 2012 was appreciated for improved viewing experiences it provided through better theatre atmosphere and high-tech sound and visual systems IFFK 2012 was not free from controversies either The ban imposed on the reshow of Deepa Mehta's Midnight's Children created a widespread controversy The film, an adaptation of renowned writer Salman Rushdie's masterpiece novel Midnight's Children, had its Asian premiere at the IFFK After the premiere, Indian National Congress leaders said that the film portrayed former Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi and other leaders in a negative manner Following the allegations, further festival screening of the film was stopped, an act which drew heavy criticism Another controversy developed when Jayan K Cherian's Papilio Buddha was removed from the programme when it was alleged by the Kerala Police that it became known that continued inclusion of the film in the festival might trigger major trouble in the city due to its alleged negative remarks on Mahatma Gandhi and sympathy with Dalit

The Awards

  • The Golden Crow Pheasant Award for Best Feature Film – Sta Nina Emmanuel Quindo Palo
  • Special Jury mention- The Last Step- Ali Mosaffa Iran
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for Best Debut Film – Filmistaan Nitin Kakkar
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for Best Director – Francisca Silva Ivan's Woman
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for Best Feature Film Audience Prize – Shutter Joy Mathew
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Asian Film – The Repentant Merzak Allouache
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Malayalam Film – Ithra Mathram K Gopinath
  • NETPAC Award for Best Asian Film – I D K D Kamal
  • NETPAC Award for Best Malayalam Film – Ee Adutha Kalathu Arun Kumar Aravind
  • Hassan Kutty Award for Best Debut Indian Film – Chayilyam Manoj Kana

IFFK 2011

Main venue of 16th Iffk 2011 at Kairali Rush at delegate pass distribution cell at Kalabhavan theatre

The 16th International Film Festival of Kerala IFFK 2011 was at Thiruvananthapuram 9- December 2011 It was opened by the state of Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy with actress Jaya Bachchan as the guest of honor The inaugural film was Under the Hawthron Tree, directed by Chinese film-maker Zhang Yimou Noted director Priyadarshan was the jury chairmanK G Santhosh was the Secretary and executive Director of the Festival

The Awards

  • The Golden Crow Pheasant Award for Best Feature Film – The Colours of the Mountain, directed by Carlos Cesar Arbelaez
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for Best Debut Film – A Stone's Thrown Away Sebastian Hiriat
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for Best Director – Hamid Reza Aligholian Flemingo No: 13
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for Best Feature Film Audience Prize – The Painting Lesson Pablo Perelman
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Asian Film – Future Lasts Forever Ozcan Alper
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Malayalam Film – Adaminte Makan Abu 'Abu, son of Adam' Salim Ahamed
  • NETPAC Award for Best Asian Film – At the End of It All Aditi Roy
  • NETPAC Award for Best Malayalam Film – Adaminte Makan Abu Salim Ahamed
  • Hassan Kutty Award for Best Debut Indian Film – Adaminte Makan Abu Salim Ahamed

IFFK 2010

The 15th International Film Festival of Kerala IFFK 2010 was at Thiruvananthapuram 10–17 December 2010 It was opened by the state of Kerala Chief Minister VS Achuthanandan with Indian actress Waheeda Rahman as the guest of honor Werner Herzog, the German filmmaker, was conferred with the Lifetime Achievement Award in the inaugural ceremony A jury headed by Adoor Gopalakrishnan chose him for the award The opening film was Please Do Not Disturb Around 8000 delegates which included film makers, artists and film buffs from all over India and abroad participated in the 8-day long festival

Members of the jury included Julie Dash, Mexican filmmaker Maria Novaro, Thai filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Japanese filmmaker Yashuhiro Hariki and Indian screenplay writer and photographer Sooni Taraporevala

The festival had a retrospective section of Rainer Werner Fassbinder, and showed films of Werner Herzog, Olivier Assayas, Mario Novaro and Apichatpong Weerasethakul A total of 207 films from 83 countries were screened at the 15th IFFK giving prominence to the films from Asia, Latin America and Africa

There were various film discussion sessions with Werner Herzog, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Julie Dash, Maria Novaro, Juliane Lorenz and many prominent Indian filmmakers Mani Ratnam, notable Indian filmmaker, was the chief guest of the closing ceremony

The Awards

  • The Golden Crow Pheasant Award for Best Feature Film – "Portraits in a Sea of Lies", directed by Carlos Gaviria Colombia
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for Best Debut Film – Zephyr, directed by Belma Bas
  • The Silver Crow Pheasant Award for Best Director – Julia Solomonoff for"The Last Summer of La Boyita"
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Film – Dowaha, 'Buried Secrets' directed by Raja Amari
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Malayalam Film – Makaramanju, directed by Lenin Rajendran
  • NETPAC Award for Best Asian Film – "I Am—Afiya Megha Abhimanyu Omar", directed by Onir Anirban
  • NETPAC Award for Best Malayalam Film – Veettilekkulla Vazhi The Way Home, directed by Dr Biju
  • Hassan Kutty Award for Best Debut Indian Film – Chitrasutram directed by Vipin Vijay

IFFK 2009

The 14th IFFK was 11–18 December 2009 The competition jury included: Chairperson Bahman Ghobadi Iran, Balufu Bakupa Kanyinda Congo, Prassanna Vithnarage Sri Lanka, Mamta Shankar India and Hala Khalili Egypt

The Awards

Competition Awards went to:

  • Suvarna Chakoram and cash prize of Rs 1 million for Best film shared between: Darbareye Elly/About Elly Iran Director: Asghar Farhadi and Jermal /Fishing Platform Indonesia Director: Ravi Bharwani
  • Rajatha Chakoram and cash prize of Rs 300,000 for Best Director: Nosir Saidov for the film True Noon Tadjikistan
  • Rajatha Chakoram and a cash prize of Rs 200,000 for Best Debut Film: Izulu Lami /My Secret Sky Dir: Madoda Ncayiyana
  • Rajatha Chakoram and a cash prize of Rs 100,000 for Audience Award: Ghiyame Rooz/True Noon Tadjikistan directed by Nosir Saidov
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Film: La Mosca en la Ceniza/ A Fly in the Ashes Argentina Dir: Gabriela David
  • FIPRESCI Award for Best Malayalam Film: Pathaam Nilayile Theevandi/ Train on the Tenth Floor dir: Joshy Mathew
  • NETPAC Award for Best Asian Film in Competition: Jermal /Fishing Platform Indonesia Director: Ravi Bharwani
  • NETPAC Award for Best Malayalam Film : Kerala Café: Dirs: Shyamaprasad, Lal Jose, Shaji Kailas, B Unnikrishnan, Revathy, Anvar Rasheed, Padma Kumar, Anjali Menon, Uday Ananathan, Sankar Ramakrishnan
  • Hassan Kutty Award for Best Debut Indian Film Certificate and a cash prize of Rs 50,000/ instituted by Mira Nair: Harishchandrachi Factory/ Harishchandra's Factory Marathi Dir: Paresh Mokashi

IFFK 2008

The 13th International Film Festival of Kerala was held from 12–19 December 2008 The festival was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Kerala, V S Achutanandan Argentinean filmmaker Fernando Birri and veteran actor KR Vijaya were the chief guests The opening film of the festival was Laila's Birthday, by Palestinian director Rashid Masharawi The eight-day long festival had 182 films from 53 countries 14 films, including two Malayalam films, were in the competition section Lucia Murat Brazil headed the jury, which also consisted of Samira Makhmalbaf Iran, Sitora Alieva Russia, Allain Jalladeau France and Jabbar Patel India The juries representing Fipresci International Federation of Film Criticswere Chris Fujiwara, Barbara Lorey and Manoj Barjpujari The NETPAC Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema nominated juries were Sudhir Mishra, Freddie Wong and Max Tesseir

The Awards

  • Suvarna Chakoram and cash prize of Rs 1 million for the Best Film: Parque Via Dir:Enrique Rivero 86min/Mexico/2008
  • Rajatha Chakoram and cash prize of Rs 300,000 for Best Director: Mariana Rondon for Postcards from Leningrad
  • Rajatha Chakoram and cash prize of Rs200,000 for Best Debut Film: My Marlon and Brando Dir:Huseyin Karabey 92min/Turkey/2008
  • Special Jury Award for the Best Debut Film: Firaaq Dir: Nandita Das 101min/Hindi/2008
  • Special Jury Award: The Yellow House Dir:Amor Hakkar 84min/Algeria, France/2008
  • Audience Award for the best film: Machan Dir: Uberto Pasolini, Sri Lanka
  • FIPRESCI award for Best Film: Postcards from Leningrad Dir: Mariana Rondon
  • FIPRESCI award for the best Malayalam film: Manjadikuru Dir: Anjali Menon
  • NETPAC award for the best Asian film: My Marlon and Brando Dir: Huseyin Karabey
  • NETPAC award for the best Malayalam film: Adayalangal Dir: MG Sasi
  • Hassankutty Award for the best Indian debut director: Anjali Menon for Manjadikkuru

IFFK 2007

The 12th IFFK IFFK 2007 was 6–14 December The festival was opened by actor Kamal Haasan; Miguel Littin Chilean director, MA Baby was the guest of honor Other notable attendees included: the Minister for Cultural Affairs, state of Kerala; and actors Naseeruddin Shah and Mohanlal Twelve people were honored at the competition for their contribution to the growth of the Malayalam cinema: producers MO Joseph, KN Ravindranathan Nair, RS Prabhu, the former Film Archives director PK Nair, music directors, MS Viswanathan and MK Arjunan, playback singer S Janaki, art director S Konnanad, actors KPAC Lalitha, K R Vijaya, TR Omana, Santhadevi and makeup man Velappan 231 films from 54 countries were screened at eight cinema halls in Thiruvananthapuram, namely Ajanta, New Theatre, Kalabhavan, Kairali, Sree, Kripa, Dhanya and Remya theatres

14 films were selected for the competition section which was limited to films produced or co-produced in Asia, Africa & Latin America between September 2006 & August 2007 The jury consisted of Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi, African actor and director Naky Sy Savene, Polish scenarist Agnieska Holland, actor and producer Naseeruddin Shah and Cuban Film Academy director Rigoberto Lopez Journalist Sheila Johnston heads the Fipresci jury which consisted of Turkish critic Cüneyt Cebenoyan and documentary filmmaker Varala Anand

The Awards

  • Suvarna Chakoram and cash prize of Rs1 million for the best film shared by: XXY directed by Lucia Puenzo and 10+4 directed by Mania Akbari
  • Rajatha Chakoram and cash prize of Rs200,000 for the Best director: Mania Akbari Iran 10+4
  • Rajatha Chakoram and cash prize of Rs300,000 for the Best Debut Film: Lucia Puenzo Argentina for XXY
  • Special jury prize: Abdullah Oguz Turkey for Bliss
  • FIPRESCI Award for the Best Film in competition: Sleepwalking Land
  • FIPRESCI Award for the Best Malayalam Film: Ore Kadal
  • NETPAC Award for the Best Asian Film in competition: Getting Home
  • NETPAC Award for the Best Malayalam Film: Ore Kadal

References

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External links

  • IFFK 2010 Full Coverage: The Hindu
  • Reports from IFFK'08
  • Official website
  • Reports of IFFK 2008

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