36th Bangladesh National Film Awards

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36th Bangladesh National Film Awards
Awarded forExcellence in cinematic achievements of bangladeshi cinema in 2011
Awarded byPresident of Bangladesh
Presented byMinistry of Information
Presented on2013 (2013)
SiteDhaka, Bangladesh
Official websitemoi.gov.bd
Highlights
Best Feature FilmGuerilla
Best Non-feature FilmAl-Badar and Lokonayak Kangal Harinath
Best ActorFerdous Ahmed
Kusum Kusum Prem
Best ActressJoya Ahsan
Guerrilla
Lifetime achievementNayok Raj Razzak
Most awardsGuerrilla (10)

The 36th National Film Awards, presented by Ministry of Information, Bangladesh to felicitate the best of Bangladeshi Cinema released in the year 2011. The awards in the ceremony were given by then President of Bangladesh. 24 artistes and others were given the National Film Awards 2011 in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the country's film industry.[1] Guerrilla, the 2011 film on the Liberation War, won 10 awards – including best film, best director and best actress.[2]

Awards[edit]

Merit Awards[edit]

Name of Awards Winner(s) Film
Best Film Esha Yusuf and Faridur Reza Sagor Guerrilla
Best Director Nasiruddin Yousuff Guerrilla
Best Actor Ferdous Kusum Kusum Prem
Best Actress Joya Ahsan Guerrilla[3]
Best Actor in a Supporting Role Alamgir Ke Apon Ke Por
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Farida Akhter Bobita Ke Apon Ke Por
Best Actor in a Negative Role Shatabdi Wadud
Misha Sawdagor
Guerrilla
Boss Number One
Best Child Artist Samonti Khondagolpo-1971
Best Music Director Habib Wahid Projapoti
Best Music Composer Emon Saha Kusum Kusum Prem
Best Lyricist Shafiq Tuhin Projapoti
Best Male Playback Singer Kumar Biswajit Ma Amar Chokher Moni
Best Female Playback Singer Nazmun Munir Nancy Projapoti

Technical Awards[edit]

Name of Awards Winner(s) Film
Best Story Muhammad Zafar Iqbal Amar Bondhu Rashed
Best Dialogue Nasiruddin Yousuff and Ebaidur Rahman Guerrilla
Best Screenplay Nasiruddin Yousuff and Ebaidur Rahman Guerrilla
Best Art Direction Animesh Aich Guerrilla
Best Editing Samir Ahmed Guerrilla
Best Cameraman L Apu Rojario Amar Bondhu Rashed
Best Cinematography Rotan Pal Amar Bondhu Rashed
Best Costume Design Simul Yusuf Guerrilla
Best Makeup Mohammad Ali Babul Guerrilla[4]

Special Awards[edit]

  • Lifetime Achievement Award – Abdur Razzak[5]
  • Best Documentary Film – Al-Badar (Fokhrul Arefin) and Lokonayak Kangal Harinath (Directorate of Film and Publicity)[6]

Jury Board[edit]

The government had constituted a 13-member jury board with an additional secretary of the ministry of information as president and vice-chairman of Bangladesh Film Censor Board (BFSB) as member secretary for awarding the National Film Awards 2011. The jury board recommended for the award after examining eligibility to get the award in different categories by 30 September 2012. The first meeting of the jury board was held at BFSB boardroom in the capital Dhaka and Jury board president M Hafizur Rahman presided over the meeting.[7]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National film award-2011 announced". Reflection News. 15 January 2013. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
  2. ^ http://archive.thedailystar.net/beta2/news/guerrilla-bags-10-national-film-awards/. thedailystar. retrieved 14 September 2015
  3. ^ "National Film Award 2011: The recognition will take me ahead: Joya Ahsan". Dhaka Mirror. 21 January 2013. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
  4. ^ "'গেরিলা' ও নিজ সাফল্যে অভিভূত জয়া আহসান". dw.com. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
  5. ^ http://www.dhakamirror.com/cinema/bangla/razzaq-gets-lifetime-achievement-award/. dhakamirror. retrieved 15 September 2015
  6. ^ http://tazakhobor.com/entertainment/2385-national-film-award-2011-announced-today Archived 2 October 2015 at the Wayback Machine. tazakhobor. retrieved 14 September 2015
  7. ^ http://businessnews-bd.com/jury-board-for-national-film-award-2011-formed/. businessnews-bd. retrieved 14 September 2015

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