B.A. Pass wins Indian Competition at Osian’s Cinefan Film Festival 2012

By NewsDesk • Published on August 5, 2012

B.A. Pass directed by Ajay Bahl was named Best Film in Indian Competition at the 12th Osian’s Cinefan Film Festival. Ajita Suchitra Veera won Best Director for Ballad of Rustom. Rii won Best Actress for Cosmic Sex while Shadab Kamal won Best Actor for B.A. Pass. Patang by Prashant Bhargava won Special Jury mention.

Turkish film Inside directed by Zeki Demirkubuz won the Best Film in Asian and Arab Competition while Best Director award went to Faouzi Bensaidi for Death for Sale (Morocco, France, Belgium, UAE). Taraneh Alidousti won Best Actress and Mani Haghighi won Best Actor for Modest Reception (Iran). Special Jury Mention went to Postcards from the Zoo.

Beyond the Hill by Elmin Alper (Turkey) won the Best First Feature. Hansa by Manav Kaul won the FIPRESCI as well as Audience Award.

Complete List:

Asian And Arab Comp.

Best Film

Inside (turkey)

Best Director

Faouzi Bensaidi (death for sale – Morocco, France, Belgium, UAE)

Best Actress

Taraneh Alidousti (Modest Reception) Iran

Best Actor

Mani Haghighi  (Modest Reception)

Special Jury

Postcards from the zoo

Special Mention

Director – Yoshimasa Ishibashi (Milocrorze)

Indian Competition

Best Film

BA Pass

Best Director

Ajita Suchitra Veera

Best Actress

Rii (Cosmic Sex)

Best Actor

Shadab Kamal ( BA Pass)

Special Jury

Patang by Prashant Bhargava

First Feature Competion

Beyond the Hill by Elmin Alper (Turkey)

Special Mention

In April Following Year there was a fire (Thailand)

Shorts In competition

Silent by L Rezan Yesilbas (Turkey)

Special Mention

The Bus By Olgu Baran Kubilay (Turkey)


Hansa By Manav Kaul

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