“A Place To Live” was chosen as the best documentary by the critics
Art & Experience: Critics and film writers came together on Sunday evening (First November) to hold the ninth critics night celebration.
The ninth annual celebration of film critics and writers association with the presence of filmmakers and film critics and writers was held in the center of cultural and artistic creations. Kamran Maleki was responsible for performing this event. While remembering Iraj Karimi and Parto Motamedi in the start of the event, he mentioned the problems of their interment: “I have to tell our cities managers like Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf and Mehdi Chamran that when we lose and artist or a critic that’s a great tragedy and we shouldn’t experience more tragedies while we send them to peace and burring their bodies and we shouldn’t stay waiting heartsick for a place to bury them.”
Following the ceremony Keyvan Kasirian(Critics Association president and secretary of the feast) while insisting on that we are the children of House of Cinema , also thanked House of Cinema and Farabi managers for their attempt on celebrating the ninth film critics and writers association event.
The appreciation of Haron Yashayayi (Movie producer), Sirus Alvand (Film Director) and Omid Rouhani (Film Critic) with the presence of film and criticism figures were done in the ceremony.
“If I want to come back to the cinema after my work’s ending in the cinema, I will sure become a member of critics association and I will stay in cinema through this association. ” Said Hojatollah Ayobi, the manager of cinema organization in short speech.
“I wanted to talk about open and close letters but I felt that its not the time for it and I will answer it later.”He added.
In the 9th night of critics the awards of the bests were given in different fields of cinema with the choice of film critics and writers association members as below.
A citation and statuette for the best short documentary: Jalal Veisi for “Spoon”
Two awards of the best half-length and the best research documentary : Mehdi Bagheri for “Residents of one way street”
The best feature documentary: Mohsen Ostad Ali for ” A Place to live”
The best ashoura documentary: Mohammad Baghershahi for “Malekie” and Mohammad ali Farsi for “The clouds are on their way”
Technical and artistic achievement: Faramarz Eskandari for “Crazy Rook”
A citation and statuette for the best movie sound: Mahmod Samaak Bashi and Alireza Alavian for “I’m Diego Maradona”
A citation and statuette for Saeed Malekan
A citation and statuette for best edition: Bahram Dehghani for “I’m Diego Maradona” and “Crazy Rook”
The best music: Christophe Rezai for “”What’s the Time in Your World?”
A citation and statuette for the best cinematography: Alireza Zarin Dast for “Mazar Sharif”
Honored diploma for the best cinematography Homayon Payvar for “What’s the Time in Your World?”
A citation and statuette for the creativity and bright talent first movie director: Vahid Jalilvand for “Wednesday 19 Ordibehesht”
Honored diploma for the creativity and bright talent first movie director: Behtash Sanaeiha for “Risk of Acid Rain”
The best co-star actress award: Fereshteh Sadr Erfani for “Nameless alley”
Honored diploma for the best co-star actress award: Sahar Dolatshahi for “Ice Age”
The best actress award: Baran Kosari for “Nameless alley”
Honored diploma for the best actress award: Mahtab Keramati for ” Ice Age”
A citation and statuette for the best co-star actor: Homan Seyedi for “I’m Diego Maradona”
The Best Actor award: Saeed Aghakhani for ” The Long Goodbye”
The creativity award in acting: Farhad Aslani for “Nameless alley”,” Ice Age” and “Time to Love”
The best screenplay award: Safi Yazdanian for
A citation and statuette for best directing: Abolhassan Davoodi for ” Crazy Rook”
A citation and statuette for best movie: Ali Mossafa and Safi Yazdanian for producing “What’s the Time in Your World?”
Photo: Yasaman Zohortalab