All the Mumbai Film Festival 2018 winners here. Rima Das takes home the big one two years in a row.


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The Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star concluded with an award ceremony on Thursday, November 1. And the winners are –

Rima Das with her mother and team.

Golden Gateway Award, India Gold: Bulbul Can Sing by Rima Das
(The film marks her second consecutive win. She won last year with Village Rockstars.)
Silver Gateway, India Gold: The Gold Laden Sheep and The Sacred Mountain by Ridham Janve and Jonaki by Aditya Vikram Sengupta.
Grand Jury Prize, India Gold: Mehsampur by Kabir Singh Chowdhry

Golden Gateway Award, Dimensions Mumbai: Sheher Ya Tum by Karan Asnani
Silvery Gateway Award, Dimensions Mumbai: Yadav Ji by Nishtha Sadwelkar
Special Mention, Dimensions Mumbai: Metaphor by Gilroy Rodrigues
Special Award, Discovering India: Lovesick by Ann S Kim and Priya Giri Desai

Golden Gateway Award, International Competition: Manta Ray by Phuttiphong Aroonpheng.
Silver Gateway Award, International Competition: The Heiresses directed by Marcelo Martinessi
Grand Jury Prize, International Competition: The Island of Hungry Ghosts by Gabrielle Brady.
Special Jury Mention, International Competition: Reza by Alireza Motamedi.
Excellence in Cinema Award: Filmmaker Darren Aronofsky.

Darren Aronofsky at the MAMI Masterclass

Oxfam Award for Best Film on Gender Equality: Soni by Ivan Ayr
Special Mention for the Oxfam Award: Jonaki by Aditya Vikram Sengupta, Sivaranjani and Two Other Men by Vasanth S Sai
Young Critics Choice Award: Jaoon Kahan Bata Ae Dil by Aadish Keluskar
Best Large Short Film: New Year’s Eve by Pranav Bhasin.

Golden Gateway, Best Feature Film, 5-9 years, Half Ticket: Chuskit by Priya Ramasubban
Golden Gateway, Best Feature Film, 9+ years, Half Ticket: Funan by Denis Do
Golden Gateway, Best Short Film, 5-9 years, Half Ticket: Listen by Astrid Bussink
Golden Gateway, Best Short Film, 9+ years, Half Ticket: Amelia by Maribeth Romslo and Cristina Pippa

Book Award for Excellence in Writing on Cinema (English): Soha Ali Khan for her debut novel Perils of Being Moderately Famous
Book Award for Excellence in Writing on Cinema, Language in Focus, Malayalam: Madhu Eravankara for his 100 Varsham, 100 Cinemakal.
Book Award, Special Jury Mention: Balachandra Menon for Start Action: Musings of a Moviemaker

It was also announced that the 21st edition of the festival will be held from 17 to 24 October 17.
If you wish to know the cash prize amounts for the various awards, find them here.

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