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Red Alert rules 3rd Jaipur International Film Festival

By NewsDesk • Published on January 31, 2011

The third Jaipur International Film Festival announced its awards on Sunday. The Golden Camel Award for the Best Director went to Anant Mahadevan for the feature film Red Alert. The film also won the Red Rose Award for best released film during October 2009 to October 2010.

The Best short film award went to Jagjeet directed by Kavanjit Singh. Crime in Silence directed by Behrouz Nouranipoor won the Best documentary film award. Kiruthiga Udhaynidhi won the Best Director Award to for the film Life.

The four-day festival in Jaipur festival showcased 144 films, out of which 57 were Indian films.  Life Time Achievement Award was presented to veteran actress Asha Parekh.

List of awards:

Best Cinematographer award: Nallamuthu for Tiger Queen

Best Editor Award: David Baudry for Dreams and Awakenings

Best sound editor award: Remy Laurencom for Dreams and Awakenings

Best Script Award: Marcio Salem for Vento

Special Jury award: Basa Maria (Low Tide) directed by Roberto De Paolis

Best Upcoming Film award:  Cockroach from Australia directed by Luke Eve

Special Jury award in the upcoming star category:  Khanabadosh directed by Tulika, Mahavish, Priya and Swati Bhattacharya.

U TURN RAJASTHAN Award for the best film entry from Rajasthan: I AM SORRY directed by Gajendra Shrotriya.

Best Animation Award: Stretching directed by Francois Vogal from France

Special jury award for Animation Category: Kidnap directed by Sijia Luo

CRITICS  AWARD: Topi directed by Arjun Rihan.

GOLDEN CAMEL AWARD for the Best Director: Anant Mahadevan for the feature film Red Alert

RED ROSE Award for best released film during October 2009 to October 2010: Red Alert

Green Rose Award for the film which gives global message:  Cultures of Resistance directed by Ira Lee from USA

Yellow Rose Award for upcoming film with world Premiere: RIWAAYAT directed by Vijay Patkar

Best Debutante Director award:  Samrouddhi Porey for her directorial effort in the film Mala Aai Vahhaychy(I want to be a Mother).

Special Jury Award in Feature film category:  Marham (Slave) directed by Alireza Davoodnejad

Special Jury Mention for Best Actress Award: Stacy Bee for her role in Mala Aai Vahhaychy(I want to be a Mother).

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