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GUWAHATI, Nov 6 - Marathi film Dear Molly (Hodi) directed by Gajendra Ahire bagged the best Indian Feature Film Award in the third edition of Guwahati International Film Festival (GIFF) which concluded today.

The film revolves around a poignant story based on a father-daughter relationship. It explores the journey of a daughter in search of her father in Sweden.

Young director from West Bengal Arjun Dutta also bagged the Best Director Award for his film Abyakto (Unsaid). The Special Jury Award was bagged by Sumitra Bhava for art direction in the Marathi movie Seeing (Dithee). Special mention certificates were conferred on Philip Sangma for his acting in the Khasi film Ma-Ama and Rajni Basumatary for her direction in the Bodo film Jwlwi-The Seed.

In the short film section, the Best Short Film by a Debut Director Award was bagged by Dhruba Jyoti Das for his film Aharor Duporia and the Jury�s Special Mention Award was bagged by two films Soan Papri and This is Life.

The closing ceremony was attended by a host of dignitaries including actor Mohan Agashe, filmmaker Nenad Dukic, Abu Sayeed and others. The seven-day event concluded with the screening of To the Desert (Al Desierto) a film from Argentina directed by Ulises Rosell.

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Curtains come down on GIFF

GUWAHATI, Nov 6 - Marathi film Dear Molly (Hodi) directed by Gajendra Ahire bagged the best Indian Feature Film Award in the third edition of Guwahati International Film Festival (GIFF) which concluded today.

The film revolves around a poignant story based on a father-daughter relationship. It explores the journey of a daughter in search of her father in Sweden.

Young director from West Bengal Arjun Dutta also bagged the Best Director Award for his film Abyakto (Unsaid). The Special Jury Award was bagged by Sumitra Bhava for art direction in the Marathi movie Seeing (Dithee). Special mention certificates were conferred on Philip Sangma for his acting in the Khasi film Ma-Ama and Rajni Basumatary for her direction in the Bodo film Jwlwi-The Seed.

In the short film section, the Best Short Film by a Debut Director Award was bagged by Dhruba Jyoti Das for his film Aharor Duporia and the Jury�s Special Mention Award was bagged by two films Soan Papri and This is Life.

The closing ceremony was attended by a host of dignitaries including actor Mohan Agashe, filmmaker Nenad Dukic, Abu Sayeed and others. The seven-day event concluded with the screening of To the Desert (Al Desierto) a film from Argentina directed by Ulises Rosell.

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