Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star says Until Next Year!
The week-long festival bids adieu with a star-studded closing ceremony.
After a packed week full of amazing movies, workshops and star-studded events the Jio MAMI 20thMumbai Film Festival with Star has finally come to a close. The festival’s closing ceremony at JW Marriott, was an homage to the path-breaking movies and movie makers who have defined and nurtured the industry over the years. An emotional moment for all cinema lovers across the world, the ceremony honored the timeless movie icon Late Sridevi who left behind a legacy that will stand the test of time as a beacon of inspiration for generations of actors and actresses to come.
Hosted by two of the latest super stars in the Hindi film industry, Vicky Kaushal
and Bhumi Pednekar,
the star-studded closing ceremony saw Darren Aronofsky,
Raj Kumar Rao,
Boney Kapoor, Parvathy, Zoya Akhtar, Amyra Dastur, Jim Sarabh, Soha Ali Khan Pataudi, Divyendu Sharma, Yami Gautam, Tanuja Chandra among many others grace the red carpet.
Anupama Chopra, Festival Director – Jio MAMI said “What a season it has been for us! It would not have been possible without the relentless hours of work put in behind the scenes. I’m honored to have been a part of the MAMI team and am grateful to our sponsors for supporting this movie festival. The enthusiasm and energy of movie lovers in Mumbai and around the country will never cease to amaze me and I am overwhelmed by ones who filled the theatres day after day. It is their spirit that pushes us to keep trying harder. I hope that the original founders of the Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star are happy with our work. We hope to keep serving the city, nurturing talent and celebrating stories”.
For the cinephiles out there, the dates for the next Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star have been announced: 17th October, 2019 to 24th October, 2019.
|Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star – Award winners|
|1||Best Young Critics Award (Special Mention)||Abhijit Bhalachandra|
|Tapasi Raji Yerra|
|2||Best Young Critics Award (Winner)||Shwet Sampat|
|3||Young Critics Choice Award||Jaaon Kahan Bata Ae Dil by Aadish Keluskar|
|4||The Golden Gateway Award for Half Ticket (Shorts) Age 5-9||Listen by Astrid Bussink|
|5||The Golden Gateway Award for Half Ticket (Shorts) 9 plus||Amelia by Maribeth Romsio and Chritina Pippa|
|6||The Golden Gateway Award for Half Ticket (Feature) Age 5-9||Chuskit by Priya Ramasubban|
|7||The Golden Gateway Award for Half Ticket (Feature) 9 plus||Funan by Dennis Do|
|8||Special Mention – Oxfam Best film on Gender Equality Award||Sivaranjani and Two Other Women by Vasanth S Sai|
|9||Special Mention – Oxfam Best film on Gender Equality Award||Jonaki by Aditya Vikram Sengupta|
|10||Winner – Oxfam Best film on Gender Equality Award||Soni by Ivan Ayr|
|11||Winner – Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films||New Years Eve by Pranav Bhasin|
|12||Special Award for Discovering India in association with Turkish Airlines||Lovesick by Priya Giri Desai and Ann S Kim|
|18||Book Award for Excellence in Writing on Cinema (Language in Focus: Malayalam)||100 Varsham, 100 Cinemakal by Madhu Eravankara|
|19||Special Mention – Book Award for Excellence in Writing on Cinema (English)||Star…Action Musings of a Movie Maker by Balachandra Menon|
|20||Book Award for Excellence in Writing on Cinema (English)||The Perils of Being Moderately Famous by Soha Ali Khan|
|21||Special Mention for Dimensions Mumbai||Metaphor by Gilroy Rodrigues|
|22||The Silver Gateway Award for Dimensions Mumbai||Yadav Ji by Nishtha Sadwelkar|
|23||The Golden Gateway Award for Dimensions Mumbai||Sheher Ya Tum by Karan Asnani|
|24||Special Jury Mention International Competition||Reza by Alireza Motemedi|
|25||The Grand Jury Prize for International Competition||Island of The Hungry Ghosts by Gabrielle Brady|
|26||The Silver Gateway Award for International Competition||The Heiresses by Marcelo Martinessi|
|27||The Golden Gateway Award for International Competition||Manta Ray by Phuttiphong Aroongpheng|
|28||The Grand Jury Prize for India Gold||Mehsampur by Kabir Chowdhry|
|29||The Silver Gateway Award for India Gold||The Gold-Laden Sheep And The Sacred Mountain by Ridham Janve|
|The Silver Gateway Award for India Gold||Jonaki by Aditya Vikram Sengupta|
|30||The Golden Gateway Award for India Gold||Bulbul Can Sing by Rima Das|
|31||Tribute India – Sridevi|
|32||Excellence in Cinema (International)||Darren Aronofsky|