Kerala State Film Award; CM says Malayalam movies are undergoing experiments – KERALA – GENERAL

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said Malayalam films are witnessing an experience far removed from the usual topics, at the inaugural Kerala State Film Award ceremony.

The Chief Minister said there are women in all phases of the film industry. It must increase. Movies can be considered as an art form and also as an entertainment industry. The purpose of the awards is to encourage the art of cinema.

He said the best movie ‘Avasavyooham’ considers every living organism. The second film ‘Cavitu’ is about the protest of the exploited against the privileged. The film ‘Nishidho’ is significant because it was made with government financial assistance for female directors.

The CM said that Rs.3 crore has been allocated for female directors in the budget. He also said a transgender woman had been included in the award for the first time in history.

The 52nd Kerala State Film Awards has started at the Nishagandhi Auditorium with a tribute to actor Thilakan on his 10th death anniversary. Film Academy President Renjith led the ceremony honoring Thilakan. The KC Daniel Award went to director KP Kumaran.

The first TV Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to high-ranking media personality Sasikumar by the Chief Minister. Minister Vasavan presided over the ceremony.

Actors Biju Menon, Joju George, Revathy, director Dilesh Pothen and director of Avasavyooham, Krishanth received the CM award along with winners in 55 categories.

The 2021 Film Award Book was published by Minister V Shivankuty and Minister Anthony Raju. The second volume of the reference book ‘Malayala Cinema Nallvazhikal’ was published by Minister GR Anil and MP VK Prashant.

The Mayor, Arya Rajendran, President of Panchayat District, D Suresh Kumar, President of Jury, Sayeed Mirza, President of Screenplay Section, VK Joseph, President of Film Academy, Renjith, Vice President, Premkumar, Secretary, C Joy were also present.

A musical performance by Bijibal titled ‘Sound of Music’ was also held during the ceremony.

KEY WORDS:
CINEMA PRIZE,
PRINCIPAL MINISTER,
THILAKAN,
RENJIT,
BIJU MENON,
AVASAVYOHAM,
JOJU GEORGE,
Ravathy,
3 CRORE FOR FEMALE DIRECTORS

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