Indian film holds 'Court' at the SGIFF Silver Screen Awards


Host Adrian Pang and Festival Chairman Mike Wiluan strike up a Bromance on stage at the Silver Screen Awards
The 25th Singapore International Film Festival was a certainly the comeback festival everyone's been waiting for. It chalked up impressive numbers in filmgoer attendance at more than 10,000 and screen 147 films, out of which there were 23 sold out screenings. Here are some snapshots from the Silver Screen Awards attended by the Singapore film community and industry as well as international and Asian celebrities like Natassja Kinski, Cheng Pei Pei and Chen Bolin.

  Actress Natassja Kinski
Film director Anthony Chen
 Taiwanese Actor Chen Bolin and Chinese Actress Huang Lu
 Actress Yeo Yann Yann
Jeremy from SINdie steals a shot with SGIFF Executive Director Yuni Hadi (right)
Here are the winning films at the awards:

Best Film (picture above): 'Court' by Chaitanya Tamhane
Best Director: Chaitanya Tamhane
Best Performance: Sekar Sari  in 'Siti' 
Special Mention: 'Alive' by Park Jung-Bum
Best Southeast Asian Short Film: 'Dahdi' (Granny) by Kirsten Tan
Best Singapore Short Film: 'Not Working Today' by Shijie Tan
Best Director: Aditya Ahmad for 'On Stopping the Rain'
Special Mention: 'Vanishing Horizon of the Sea' by Chulayarnnon Siriphol
Special Honorary Award: Im Kwon Taek
Southeast Film Lab Youth Jury Award: 'May Dinadala' by Giancarlo Abrahan,
Southeast Film Lab Youth Most Promising Project: 'Awit Ng Puntod' by Bradley Liew from Malaysia  

 mm2 Chief Content Officer Ng Say Yong and Malaysian Filmmaker Tan Chui Mui announce the Southeast Asian Film Awards
 Tan Shijie takes home the Best Singapore Short Film award with 'Not Working Today'
 Royston Tan announces the Best Southeast Asian Short Film Award which went to Kirsten Tan with 'Dahdi'
 Legendary Korean Film director Im Kwon Taek receives the honorary award and the only standing ovation of the night
 'Court' a feature film by Chaitanya Tamhane from India wins Best Asian Feature Film

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