Be Range Arghavan won the best Simorgh + Photo Album PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 03 February 2010 21:51

Best Film of the 28th film festival is "be Range Arghavan" directed by "Hatami Kia" amid controversies around the film.

Mohsen Sadatian who produced the best film got the prize while Hatami Kia thanked the judges for selecting the film. 

Tanabande won the prize for best actor and Javaherian won the best actresses prize.

Homayoun Shahnavaz got the best script writers prize and Hassan Karimi won the prize

for best cameraman.

Best Music was selected of the film "Melke Soleiman and also best prize for special effects was given to the same film.( A major Joint production).

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Iranian director Ebrahim Hatamikia's In the Purple Color has won the Crystal Simorgh for the best film at the 28th International Fajr Film Festival.

Winners of the 2010 Fajr Film Festival were announced during a ceremony at Tehran's Milad Tower on Wednesday evening.

A listing of the 28th Fajr Film Festival award winners:

Best Picture In the Purple Color by Ebrahim Hatamikia

Best Actor Mohsen Tanabandeh, The First Stone and Seven Minutes to Autumn

Best Actress Negar Javaherian, Gold and Copper

Best Supporting Actor Mehdi Faqih, Solomon's Kingdom

Best Supporting Actress Shirin Yazdan-Bakhsh, Do not Disturb Please

Best Director Ebrahim Hatamikia for In the Purple Color

Special Award 40 Years Old by Alireza Raeisian and Gold and
by Homayoun As'adian

Best Screenplay Homayoun Shahnavaz and Shahram Asadi, Night of the Incident

Best Cinematography Hassan Karimi, In the Purple Color

Best Computer Visual Effects Leo Lu, Solomon Kingdom and Hadish Bigdeli Shamlou, Seven Minutes to Autumn

Best Makeup Saeed Malekan, Solomon's Kingdom

The 2009 Fajr Film Festival was held from January 25 to February 4, 2010.

Curtsey:MNA- Press Tv


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