Monday, November 29, 2021

52nd IFFI -2021-Peacock Awards


Japanese Film ‘Ring Wandering’, a film which resurrects memories of Tokyo’s hidden war-torn past, bags The Golden Peacock at 52nd IFFI

Czech Director Václav Kadrnka bags IFFI 52 Silver Peacock for Best Director for ‘Saving One Who Is Dead’, a Candle of Hope Amidst the Winter of Despair

Indian and Marathi Actor Jitendra Bhikulal Joshi’s brilliant portrayal of Late Marathi actor and filmmaker Nishikant Kamat in ‘Godavari’ earns him Silver Peacock for Best Actor (Male)

Silver Peacock for Best Actor (Female) goes to Spanish Actor Angela Molina for her role as Charlotte, a performance which captivated all jury members

Marathi Director Nikhil Mahajan’s ‘Godavari’ receives Silver Peacock for Special Jury Award, sharing the award with Brazilian Actress Renata Carvalho for her role in Director Rodrigo de Oliveira’s ‘The First Fallen’

Russian Director Roman Vasyanov’s ‘The DORM’ receives Special Mention for its impactful narration of the complicated and corrupted society of 1984 USSR

Director Mari Alessandrini’s ‘Zahorí’, which lampoons religion and colonisation and gives respect to the organic indigenous people of Patagonia in an elegant and visually intelligent way, is IFFI 52 Best Debut Feature Film

Spanish film 'The Wealth of the World' by debut Director Simon Farriol receives Special Mention in IFFI 52 Debut Competition Category

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