‘Chauranga’ Wins Top Prize at Indian Film Festival Los Angeles

Chauranga Wins Indian Film Festival Los
Courtesy of Anticlock Films

“Chauranga” (Four Colors”), directed by Bikas Mishra, took the grand jury prize for feature narrative at the Indian Film Festival Los Angeles on Sunday night. Brothers  J. Vignesh and Ramesh tied for the actor prize for “Kakka Muttai” (The Crow’s Egg) while Kalki Koechlin and Swetha Tripathi tied for the actress trophy in “Margarita, With a Straw” and “Haraamkhor,” respectively. “Dandekar Makes a Sandwich” won the grand jury prize for short.

Audience awards went to “The Crow’s Egg” for narrative feature, “Tomorrow We Disappear” for docu and “Safar” (Journey) for short.

The 13th edition of IFFLA, which started April 8 and closed Sunday with the unspooling of Berlin award winner “Dhanak,” directed by Nagesh Kukunoor.

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