National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film Narration / Voice Over

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National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film Narration / Voice Over
National award for contributions to short film
Sponsored by Directorate of Film Festivals
Reward(s)
  • Silver Lotus (Rajat Kamal)
  • 10,000 (US$140)
First awarded2003
Last awarded2017
Most recent winnerFrancois Castellino
Highlights
Total awarded17
First winner Balachandran Chullikkadu

The National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film Narration / Voice Over is one of the National Film Awards given by Directorate of Film Festivals, India. It is instituted in 2003 and awarded at 51st National Film Awards. [1]

Contents

Films made in any Indian language shot on 16 mm, 35 mm or in a wider gauge or digital format and released on either film format or video/digital but certified by the Central Board of Film Certification as a documentary/newsreel/fiction are eligible for non-feature film section.

Awards

All the awardees are awarded with 'Silver Lotus Award (Rajat Kamal)' and cash prize of 10,000 (US$140).

Following are the winners over the years:

List of award recipients, showing the year (award ceremony), film(s), language(s) and citation
YearRecipient(s)Film(s)Language(s)CitationRefs.
2003
(51st)
Balachandran Chullikkadu The 18 Elephants – 3 Monologues Malayalam
For lending feel and depth to the agonies of elephants through his voice.
[1]
2004
(52nd)
Yang Yen ThawThe Legend of Fat MamaEnglish
For communicates the nostalgic journey of the Chinese community in Calcutta through a moving narration, complying with the harmonious pace of the film.
[2]
2005
(53rd)
Ajay RainaWapsi English
  Hindi
  Urdu
  Punjabi
  Kashmiri
Spoken in the first person, the director literally brings his personal voice into its making.
[3]
2006
(54th)
Nedumudi Venu MinukkuMalayalam
For the unique style of first person narration, the quality of narrator’s voice and the selective use of narration that advances the story of the film.
[4]
2007
(55th)
Vani SubramanianAyodhya Gatha English
 Hindi
For the powerful and humane narration of Ayodhya Gatha weaves together the story of Ayodhya — its past, present and uncertain future — in a manner that touches you without overpowering you.
[5]
2008
(56th)
Elangbam NatashaSana KeithelEnglish
For a gentle and intimate voice which leads you to a great treasure house of insights on markets run by women in Manipur.
[6]
2009
(57th)
Ranjan PalitIn CameraEnglish
For his natural flow and engaging narration of a well-told story.
[7]
2010
(58th)
Nilanjan BhattacharyaJohar : Welcome to Our World Hindi
 English
For a seamless powerful narrative about the symbiotic intricate relationship, the tribals of Jharkhand have with their forests and their struggle for existence against mindless aggressive development and flawed conservation policies, told with empathy and sincerity.
[8]
2011
(59th)
Ann AbrahamJust that Sort of a DayEnglish
For complementing the angst ridden film with a consciously deliberately detached narration that adds to the charm of the film.
[9]
2012
(60th)
Moni BordoloiSuranjana Deepali Assamese
Evocative, gentle and understated, the voice over gives a meaningful expression to the subject of the film.
[10]
2013
(61st)
Lipika Singh DaraiKankee O Saapo Oriya
For its soulful and enigmatic interior dialogue between two generations that operates at an allegorical level, gently synthesising apparently unrelated visuals leaving the viewer with a strong sense of evocation.
[11]
2014
(62nd)
Ambooty (Anil Kumar)Nitya Kalyani – Oru Mohiniyattam PathamMalayalam
For the depth of its research and its poetic rendition of the history of Mohinyattam across the mighty empires along the riverbanks of Tungabhadra to Thanjavur.
[12]
Devi S.
2015
(63rd)
Harish Bhimani Mala Laj Watat Nahai Marathi
 Hindi
 English
For the rich baritone of the narrative underlines the plight of the under privileged.
[13]
AliyaarArangile Nithya Vismayam Guru Chemancherry Kunhiraman NairMalayalam
For the rich history of voice artistry enhancing the narrative of a living legend.
2016
(64th)
Setsu Makino TogawaMakino An Indian Haiku
A simply narrated daughter’s ode to a father makes this voice-over intensely personal, poignant and poetic.
[14]
2017
(65th)
Francois CastellinoThe Lion of Laddak
A crystal clear and effective narration of a fearless officer of the Indian Army.
2018
(66th)
Deepak AgnihotriMadhubani – The Station Of Colours
For narrating, with conviction and eloquence, the unique story of Madhubani folk art and its use in the town’s railway station.
Urvija Upadhayay

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