14th Jaipur International Film Festival

Jaipur ,Jan 1. 14th Jaipur International Film Festival organizing committee released the list of FILMS to be AWARDED.127 Films under 14 Categories would be awarded. Doing such an innovative experiment, JIFF has become first FILM FESTIVAL in the world to declare awarded films prior to the festival itself. All the winning films would be awarded at the Opening Ceremony, which would held at 4:30 P.M. on 7th January at Maharana Pratap Auditorium, Jaipur. Through this, film lovers would get to watch the best films out of their choices and entertain themselves, asserts Hanu Roj, Founder, JIFF.



Under Feature Film Category, Golden Camel Award ~ Leader, directed by Katia Priwieziencew, Green Rose Award ~ Nani, directed by Samvid Anand from India, Yellow Rose Award ~ Zorilo’s Secret [World Premiere Film], directed by Robert Eigen Papa from Romania.


Best Actress Award ~ Matilda De Angelis for Atlas, Best Actor Award ~ Yashwant Anand Gupta for 4sum, Best Original Screenplay Award ~ Leader directed by Katia Priwieziencew, Best Short Documentary Award ~ Unseen Meghalaya directed by Sapan Narula from India, Best Short Film Award ~ Brother Troll directed by Gudmund Helmsdale from Faroe Islands, Best Documentary Feature Award ~ Sadan Hanim directed by Goksel Gulensoy from Turkey, Best Web Series Award ~ Cancelled directed by Luke Eve from Australia, Best Short Film Award [Mobile Film] ~ Garden Party directed by Didier Mulleras from France, Best Song Award ~ Copper Lines directed by Mayuri Joshi from United States, Best Ad Film Award ~ Nadia Mejia’s [2016 Miss USA Runner - up] AI driven interactive food film directed by A.J. Kamdar from USA, Best Dialogue Award ~ Tavola directed by Nikolas Grasso from Italy.




Best Short Fiction Film Award ~ Washing Machine directed by Anand Singh Choudhary, Lathi directed by Gajendra Shotriya, The Makeup Artist directed by Raghav Tiwari. Special Jury Mention Award, Short Fiction Film Award ~ The Last Call directed by RJ Mohit, Best Song Award ~ Roshaniyan directed by Gaurav Bhatt, Special Jury Mention Award For SONG ~ Tanmay Singh directed Holding Me Back, Best Feature Fiction Award ~ Aditya Patwardhan directed A Nomad River, Sanjay Nirwan directed Veerangna, and Aata directed by Hemant Sirvi. 279 Films from 52 countries across the world would be screened, in hybrid mode; informs Rajendra Boda, Spokesperson, JIFF.

Awarded Films would be screened at INOX


At INOX, GT Central, Jaipur ~ screening of films would continue from 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. Out of 108 films, 97 films are going to be awarded this time. On 8th January ~ 31 Films from 10 countries, On 9th January ~ 23 Films from 13 countries, On 10th January ~ 32 Films from 15 countries, On 11th January ~ 22 Films from 08 countries would be screened.





On 8th January ~ 70 Films from 26 countries, On 9th January ~ 68 Films from 24 countries,  On 10th January ~ 66 Films from 21 countries, On 11th January ~ 69 Films from 22 countries would be screened.