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Turkish film BEYOND THE HILL wins best debut award at Osian's Cinefan 2012

The Osian's Cinefan Film Festival 2012 has concluded. The Best First Feature Film award has gone to BEYOND THE HILL by Elmin Alper from Turkey while the Audience Choice and FIPRESCI awards went to HANSA by Manav Kaul. Ajay Bahl’s  B.A. PASS was adjudged the best film in Indian Competition. It also won the Best Actor award for Shadab Kamal. The Best Director Award in Indian Competition has gone to Ajita Suchitra Veera for her film BALLAD OF RUSTOM.

The closing ceremony was attended by the Delhi Chief Minister Smt. Sheila Dikshit who congratulated Mr. Nevile Tuli for organizing the festival and for being an integral force in bringing Cinema from Asia and the Arab World to audiences in Delhi. Vinay Pathak and Ranvir Shorey compered the ceremony. Here is the complete list of awards.

Audience Award and FIPRESCI Award:

The Audience Award for the 12th Osian’s Cinefan Film Festival as well as the FIPRESCI prize went to HANSA by Manav Kaul.

Shorts Competition:

The special mention award for the Shorts Competition went to THE BUS by Olgu Baran Kubilay from Turkey.

The Best Film Award for the Shorts Competition went to SILENT by L. Rezan Yesilbas from Turkey.

First Features Competition:

The Special Mention Award for the First Features competition went to IN APRIL THE FOLLOWING YEAR THERE WAS A FIRE from Thailand.

The Best Film from the First Features competition went to BEYOND THE HILL by Elmin Alper from Turkey.

Indian Competition:

The Best Film Award for the Indian competition went to Ajay Bahl’s  B.A. PASS. It also won the Best Actor award for Shadab Kamal.

The Best Director Award for the Indian Competition went to Ajita Suchitra Veera, director of BALLAD OF RUSTOM.

The Best Actress Award in the Indian competition went to Rii from COSMIC SEX.

The Special Jury Award for the Indian competition went to PATANG by Prashant Bhargava.

Asian And Arab Competition:

The Best Film Award for the Asian and Arab competition was won by INSIDE (Turkey), directed by Zeki Demirkubuz.

The Best Director Award for the Asian and Arab competition went to Faouzi Bensaidi, who made DEATH FOR SALE.

The Best Actress and Actor award for the Asian and Arab competition went to Taraneh Alidousti and Mani Haghighi respectively from MODEST RECEPTION.

The Special Jury Prize for the Asian and Arab competition went to POSTCARDS FROM THE ZOO, directed by Edwin.

The Special Mention Award for the Asian and Arab competition went to the film MILOCRORZE: A LOVE STORY and its director Yoshimasa Ishibashi.

Rajesh Kumar Singh