Sunday, 02 February, 2020

Fajr Film Festival wraps up, prizes awarded

The closing ceremony of the 34th edition of Fajr International Film Festival was held on Thursday at Tehran’s Milad Tower with Iranian and international guests attending the ceremony.

The festival announced its final verdict for the bests in Simorgh prize.

The jury included Abolhassan Davoudi, Mohammad Davoudi, Mojtaba Raei, Seyed Jamal Sadatian, Manouchehr Shahsavari, Mehdi Fakhimzadeh, and Niki Karimi.

Best Director

Saeid Roustaei for ‘Eternity and a Day’

Best Actress

Parinaz Izadyar for ‘Eternity and a Day’

Best Actor

Parviz Parastouei for ‘Bodyguard’

Best Supporting Actress

Shabnam Moghadami for ‘Breath’ and ‘Spare Part’

Best Supporting Actor

Navid Mohammadzadeh for ‘Eternity and a Day’

Best Cinematography

Paiman Shadman for ‘Sound and Fury’

Best Editor

Bahram Dehghani for ‘Eternity and a Day’

Best Composer

Mohammad Reza Aliqoli for ‘Mina’s Choice’ and ‘The Daughter’

Best Sound Recorder

Hossein Mahdavi, Saeid Bojnourdi and Mohammadreza Delpak for ‘Lantouri’

Best Costume and Stage Designer

Mohammadreza Shojaei for ‘Standing in the Dust’

Best Makeup Artist

Saeid Malekan for ‘Eternity and a Day’ and ‘Mina’s Choice’

Best Special Effects

Seyed Hadi Eslami for ‘Bodyguard’ (Visual Effects)

Iman Karamian for ‘Standing in the Dust’ (Ground Effects)

Best Screenplay

Saeid Roustaei for ‘Eternity and a Day’

Best Film

Habib Valinejad for production of ‘Standing in the Dust’

The 34th Fajr Film Festival was held on the sidelines of Ten-Day Dawn Festivities in Tehran on February 1-11.

A sum of 23 movie theaters displayed the Iranian films during the Ten-Day Dawn in the capital city.

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