Produced by Bita Mansuri, Crazy received 11 nominations, including best film, best director for Abolhassan Davudi, best actress for Tannaz Tabatabaii, best cinematographer, best screenplay and best music.
Iran’s Fajr Film Festival has reached its climax of the ten days of screening films today. This year women filmmakers had an impressive impact on the festival which led to praise from Iran’s Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ali Jannati; “women are a valuable part of the society especially in political, cultural and artistic arenas, and the cinema in particular,” he told Press TV.
The 33rd Fajr International Film Festival International Film Festival was held in two competitive sections: Islamic and Asian Countries' Cinema (Eastern Panorama) and World Cinema (Salvation) and the non-competition section consisting of the screening of short films, documentaries, special screenings and Retrospective and side events which is holding the seminars and professional and artistic workshops.
The cinematic event was started in 1982 and takes place annually on the anniversary of Iran’s Islamic Revolution.
The international section of the festival will be held in April.
The jury’s panel for this year’s edition included Majid Majidi, Abdollah Eskandari, Mohammad Bozorgnia, Aziz Saati, Alireza Shojanoori, Javad Toosi, and Mahtab Nasirpour.
The followings are the winners of Crystal Simorgh for the national main competition section:
Crazy produced by Bita Mansuri
Abolhasan Davoodi for Crazy
A Time for Love by Roya Mohaghegh
Best Main Role Actor
Saeed Aghakhani for The Long Farewell
Best Main Role Actress
Baran Kousari for Binam Alley
Best Supporting Role Actor
Houman Seyyedi for I Am Diego Maradona
Best Supporting Role Actress
Sahar Doulatshahi for The Ice Age
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