Citra Award for Best Supporting Actress

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Citra Award for Best Supporting Actress
Awarded for Best supporting actress of the year
Country Indonesia
Presented by Indonesian Film Festival
First awarded 1955
Currently held by Mak Gondut (2012)

The Citra Award for Best Supporting Actress (Indonesian: Piala Citra untuk Pemeran Pendukung Wanita Terbaik) is an award given at the Indonesian Film Festival (IFF) to Indonesian actresses for their achievements in supporting roles. The Citra Awards, described by Screen International as "Indonesia's equivalent to the Oscars",[1] are the country's most prestigious film awards.[2] They are intended to recognise Indonesian achievements in film and draw the public's interest to the cinema industry.[3] Initially winners were selected from all entries by a jury, but owing to efficiency concerns and widespread disapproval of winners within the Indonesian film industry, beginning in 1979 the IFF instituted a nomination system in which a committee selected the Citra Award recipients from a shortlist of three to six nominees.[4] Since 1986 the shortlist has remained at five selections.

The Citra Awards, then known as the Indonesian Film Festival Awards, were first given at the IFF in early 1955; that year's Best Supporting Actress was Endang Kusdiningsih for her role in Tarmina. Succeeding festivals were held in 1960 and 1967. From 1973 the IFF was held annually.[5] This continued uninterrupted until after the 1992 IFF, when a sharp decline in film production led the festival to be discontinued. It was reinstated as an annual event in 2004, after receiving funds from the Indonesian government.[1][6] The most recent winner is Mak Gondut, who won a Citra Award at the 2012 IFF for her acting in Demi Ucok.[7]

A total of 68 actresses have been nominated for a Citra Award, 26 of whom have won at least one. The most recognised actress at the IFF has been Nani Widjaja, who won two awards from five nominations beginning with Yang Muda Yang Bercinta in 1978.[8] Only one other actress, Niniek L. Karim, has won multiple Citra Awards, whilst Rina Hasyim (with six) and Rima Melati have received at least five nominations. Seven films have seen multiple cast members receive nominations, four of which earned a win. As of 2013 Shanty is the only actress to receive more than one nomination in a single year; in the 2007 ceremony she was nominated for her performances in Kala and Maaf, Saya Menghamili Istri Anda.

Nominations and awards[edit]

A black and white portrait of a young woman.
Endang Kusdiningsih won the award in 1955.
A black and white portrait of a woman.
Sofia W.D. won the award in 1973.
A black and white photograph of a woman shopping for shoes.
Mieke Wijaya won a Citra Award in 1975.
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Rima Melati was nominated for five Citra Awards, but did not win any.
A colour photograph of a woman wearing a wreath of leaves looking left.
Jajang C. Noer won a Citra Award in 1991 for Bibir Mer.
A colour photograph of a woman in a blue shirt, looking left.
Happy Salma won a Citra Award in 2010 for 7 Hati 7 Cinta 7 Wanita.
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Christine Hakim was nominated for a Citra Award in 2012.

Key

Sign Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winner
Citra Award for Best Leading Actress winners and nominees
Year Recipient Film Ref
1955 Endang Kusdiningsihdouble-dagger Tarmina [9]
1960 Mpok Anidouble-dagger Tiga Buronan [10]
1967 Marlia Hardidouble-dagger Petir Sepandjang Malam [11]
1973 Sofia W.D.double-dagger Mutiara dalam Lumpur [12]
1974 N/A N/A [5]
1975 Mieke Widjajadouble-dagger Ranjang Pengantin [13]
1976 Ruth Pelupessydouble-dagger Rahasia Perawan [14]
1977 Widyawatidouble-dagger Semoga Kau Kembali [15]
1978 Nani Widjajadouble-dagger Yang Muda Yang Bercinta [8]
1979 Chitra Dewidouble-dagger Gara-gara Isteri Muda [16]
1979 Erni Tanjung Buaya Deli [17]
1979 Rahayu Effendi Pacar Pilihan [18]
1979 Rina Hasyim Rahasia Perkawinan [19]
1979 Ully Artha Pengemis dan Tukang Becak [20]
1980 Christine Sukendardouble-dagger Rembulan dan Matahari [21]
1980 Rae Sita Perawan Desa [22]
1980 Tuty Kirana Buah Terlarang [23]
1981 Ita Mustafadouble-dagger Gadis Penakluk [24]
1981 Dhalia Usia 18 [25]
1981 Nani Widjaja Bukan Sandiwara [8]
1981 Rini S. Bono Perempuan dalam Pasungan [26]
1982 Suparmidouble-dagger Serangan Fajar [27]
1982 Dhalia Bukan Istri Pilihan [25]
1982 Rina Hasyim Gondoruwo [19]
1982 Roldiah Matulessy Jangan Ambil Nyawaku [28]
1982 Titi Qadarsih Jangan Ambil Nyawaku [29]
1983 Nani Widjajadouble-dagger R. A. Kartini [8]
1983 Sylvia Widiantono Di Balik Kelambu [30]
1983 Tuti Indra Malaon Neraca Kasih [31]
1984 N/A N/A [5]
1984 Dana Christina Lebak Membara [32]
1984 Nani Widjaja Yang [8]
1984 Rima Melati Kupu-Kupu Putih [33]
1985 Marissa Haquedouble-dagger Tinggal Landas buat Kekasih [34]
1985 Rima Melati Tinggal Landas buat Kekasih [33]
1985 Rina Hasyim Secangkir Kopi Pahit [19]
1985 Lenny Marlina Kembang Kertas [35]
1986 Niniek L. Karimdouble-dagger Ibunda [36]
1986 Ria Irawan Bila Saatnya Tiba [37]
1986 Rima Melati Pondok Cinta [33]
1986 Rina Hasyim Beri Aku Waktu [19]
1986 Ully Artha Kejarlah Daku Kau Kutangkap [20]
1987 Roldiah Matulessydouble-dagger Nagabonar [28]
1987 Joice Erna Arini (Masih Ada Kereta yang Akan Lewat) [38]
1987 Rima Melati Biarkan Bulan Itu [33]
1987 Tuty Kirana Tinggal Sesaat Lagi [23]
1988 Ria Irawandouble-dagger Selamat Tinggal Jeanette [37]
1988 Ira Wibowo Kasmaran [39]
1988 Nani Widjaja Selamat Tinggal Jeanette [8]
1988 Rina Hasyim Akibat Kanker Payudara [19]
1988 Rita Zahara Tjoet Nja' Dhien [40]
1989 Niniek L. Karimdouble-dagger Pacar Ketinggalan Kereta [36]
1989 Lia Chaidir Tragedi Bintaro [41]
1989 Nurul Arifin Pacar Ketinggalan Kereta [42]
1989 Rima Melati Arini II (Biarkan Kereta Api Itu Lewat) [33]
1990 Ayu Azharidouble-dagger Dua Kekasih [43]
1990 Paramitha Rusady Blok M [44]
1990 Suparmi Langitku Rumahku [27]
1991 Rina Hasyimdouble-dagger Zig Zag (Anak Jalanan) [19]
1991 Btari Karlinda Rebo dan Robby [45]
1991 Ully Artha Potret [20]
1992 Jajang C. Noerdouble-dagger Bibir Mer [46]
1992 Paramitha Rusady Kuberikan Segalanya [44]
1992 Nunu Datau Rini Tomboy [47]
2004 Rachel Maryamdouble-dagger Arisan! [48]
2004 Ladya Cheryl Ada Apa dengan Cinta? [49]
2004 Megarita Marsinah: Cry Justice [50]
2005 Adinia Wirastidouble-dagger Tentang Dia [51]
2005 Elmayana Sabrenia Brownies [52]
2005 Rachel Maryam Janji Joni [48]
2005 Sausan Machari Detik Terakhir [53]
2005 Wulan Guritno Gie [54]
2006 Kinaryosihdouble-dagger Mendadak Dangdut [55]
2006 Ira Maya Sopha Berbagi Suami [56]
2006 Reggy Lawalata Ruang [57]
2006 Ria Irawan Berbagi Suami [56]
2006 Rieke Diah Pitaloka Berbagi Suami [56]
2007 Meriam Bellinadouble-dagger Get Married [58]
2007 Henidar Amroe Love Is Cinta [59]
2007 Ira Wibowo Mengejar Mas-Mas [39]
2007 Shanty Kala [60]
2007 Shanty Maaf, Saya Menghamili Istri Anda [60]
2008 Aryani Kiergenburg Willemsdouble-dagger Under the Tree [61]
2008 Ira Maya Sopha Claudia/Jasmine [62]
2008 Poppy Sovia The Butterfly [63]
2008 Tizza Radia Claudia/Jasmine [62]
2008 Tuty Kirana May [23]
2009 Henidar Amroedouble-dagger Mereka Bilang, Saya Monyet! [59]
2009 Ayu Pratiwi Emak Ingin Naik Haji [64]
2009 Niniek L. Karim Ketika Cinta Bertasbih 2 [36]
2009 Widyawati Perempuan Berkalung Sorban [15]
2010 Happy Salmadouble-dagger 7 Hati 7 Cinta 7 Wanita [65]
2010 Ella Hamid Minggu Pagi di Victoria Park [66]
2010 Henidar Amroe 3 Hati Dua Dunia Satu Cinta [59]
2010 Intan Kieflie 7 Hati 7 Cinta 7 Wanita [65]
2010 Kimmy Jayanti I Know What You Did on Facebook [67]
2011 Dewi Irawandouble-dagger Sang Penari [68]
2011 Atiqah Hasiholan The Mirror Never Lies [69]
2011 Endhita ? [70]
2011 Poppy Sovia Catatan Harian Si Boy [63]
2011 Wulan Guritno Masih Bukan Cinta Biasa [54]
2012 Mak Gondutdouble-dagger Demi Ucok [7]
2012 Christine Hakim Raya "Cahaya Di Atas Cahaya" [71]
2012 Kenes Andari Hello Goodbye [71]
2012 Meriam Bellina Test Pack: You're My Baby [71]
2012 Wulan Guritno Dilema [71]

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