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4th South Asian Short Film Festival successfully concluded

Kolkota:22/11/21:4th South Asian Short Film Festival (15-22 Nov 2021) organised by the Federation of Film Societies of India (ER) successfully concluded this evening (22 Nov) conferring the following Awards at Nandan, Kolkata:
֍ DOCUMENTARY
◙ SATYAJIT RAY GOLDEN AWARD for BEST DOCUMENTARY
Film: Karbala Memoirs By: Sourav Sarangi.
◙ SATYAJIT RAY SILVER AWARD for 2nd BEST DOCUMENTARY
Film: Lakshman-Rekha By: Nandan Saxena and Kavita Bahl.
◙ SATYAJIT RAY BRONZE AWARD for 3rd BEST DOCUMENTARY
Film: Sunita, Caring of Phantom By Digvijay Sulochana Yadaorao
◙ MRINAL SEN GOLDEN AWARD for BEST DIRECTION in DOCUMENTARY
Deepti Sanjeev Sivan Film: Decoding Shankar
◙ SPECIAL JURY AWARD for DOCUMENTARY
Souvik Basu for Cinematography Film: 8th Day of the Week BY: Sovan Tarafder

● JURY: DOCUMENTARY: John Hutnyk (Vietnam), Panos Kotzathanasis (Greece), and Lucy Virgen (Mexico)
֍ SHORT FICTION
◙ RITWIK GHATAK GOLDEN AWARD for BEST SHORT FICTION
Film: Dal Bhat By: Nemil Shah
◙ RITWIK GHATAK SILVER AWARD for 2nd BEST SHORT FICTION
Film: Imaginary Homes By: Priya Naresh
◙ RITWIK GHATAK BRONZE AWARD for 3rd BEST SHORT FICTION
Film: Bless This Home By Randi Pavithra Kaluarachchi
◙ V. SHANTARAM GOLDEN AWARD for BEST DIRECTION: SHORT FICTION
Film: Visitor By: Navnita Sen
◙ SPECIAL JURY AWARD for SHORT FICTION
Film: The Duffer- Faltu Lok By: Antara Banerjee
● JURY: SHORT FICTION: Insaf Ouhiba (Tunisia), Kristina Aschenbrennerova (Slovakia), and Sharofat M. Arabova (Tajikistan)

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