MAMI Film Festival Winners: Bombay Rose, Nimtoh, Honeyland & More

The festival screened over 220 films this year.

Indian Cinema
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MAMI Film Festival Winners: Bombay Rose, Nimtoh, Honeyland & More

The 2019 edition of the week-long Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival kicked off on 18 October and concluded on 24 October. With over 220 films in the line-up, competing in several categories, here’s the full list of this year’s winners.


India Gold

Golden Gateway - Prateek Vats’ Eeb Allay Ooo!

A still from Eeb Allay Ooo!

Silver Gateway - Gitanjali Rao’s Bombay Rose

‘Bombay Rose’ had its world premiere at Venice Film Festival (Critics’ Week) 2019.
(Photo Courtesy: Instagram)

Grand Jury Prize - Saurav Rai for Screenwriting (Nimtoh)

A still from Nimtoh.

Special Jury Mention - Shardul Bhardwaj, Best Actor (Male) for Eeb Allay Ooo!

A still from Eeb Allay Ooo!

Special Jury Mention - Mohini Sharma, Best Actor (Female) for Aise Hi


International Competition

Golden Gateway - Ljubomir Stefanov and Tamara Kotevska’s Honeyland

Grand Jury Prize - Suhaib Gasmelbari’s Talking About Trees

Golden Gateway - Akshay Sarjerao Danavale’s Batti

Silver Gateway Award - Shubham Sanap’s Attention

Special Jury Mention - Avishkar Bharadwaj’s Apna Apna Andaz

Half Ticket

Golden Gateway (Age Category 5-12) – Guillaume Maidatchevsky’s Ailo’s Journey

Golden Gateway (Age Category 13-17) - Valerie Barnhart’s Girl in the Hallway


Film Critics Guild Award

Winner – Kislay’s Aise Hi

A still from Aise Hi

Special Jury Mention – Deepti Gupta’s Shut Up Sona

A poster of Shut Up Sona.
(Photo Courtesy: YouTube)

The Best Young Critic - Sanchita Shetty

Special Mention – Siddhant Chawla & Sanjana Bhagwat


Young Critics’ Choice Award – Prateek Vats’ Eeb Allay Ooo!

A still from Eeb Allay Ooo!

Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films Award – Nikhil Rao’s Indian Circus


Special Award for Discovering India in Association with Turkish Airlines – Danish Renzu’s The Illegal

Poster  of The Illegal
(Photo Courtesy: IMDB)

Screen to Word MAMI-HarperCollins Imprint Grant – Mukesh Manjunath

Manish Acharya Award for New Voices in Indian Cinema - Achal Mishra’s Gamak Ghar and Gitanjali Rao’s Bombay Rose

A still from Gamak Ghar
(Photo Courtesy: IMDB)

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