The Directorate of Film Festivals in India exhibits the National Film Awards every year. These National Awards started in the year 1954. It is reported for movies created in a year the nation over, in every single Indian dialect. Movies in the accompanying dialects won the Best Feature Film Award: Marathi (4 awards), Beary (1 award), Hindi (13 awards), Kannada (6 awards), Sanskrit (2 awards), Telugu (1 award), Assamese (1 award), Malayalam (11 awards), Bengali (22 awards), and Tamil (2 awards).
These Awards occurred every year, except in the year 1979. The third National Film Awards are also known as State Awards for Films. Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in India present these Awards to congratulate the best of Indian Cinema that came in the year 1955. The Ceremony of this Award occurred on September 1956 at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi. Former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru gave away the Awards to the winners.
Three unique panels were framed in view of the film-making divisions in India, essentially situated in Madras, Bombay, and Calcutta. One more committee at all India level was additionally shaped. This panel incorporated a portion of the individuals from the regional committees. C.D Deshmukh headed the central committee for the third Season of the National Awards. Feature Films and Non-feature Films are the two categories in which the Awards were divided. National Film Award for Best Feature Film is now known as President's Gold Medal for the All India Best Feature Film. For kids' movies, National Film Award (now called Prime Minister's Gold Medal) is for Best Children's Film.
At the provincial level, National Film Award for Best Feature Film (now known as President's Silver Medal for Best Feature Film) is given in a specific dialect. Declaration of Merit in every one of the categories is stopped throughout the years. National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film was earlier known as President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film. Pather Panchali , a blockbuster Movie in Bengali language got the President's Gold Medal. Satyajit Ray was the Director of the film.
It was produced by the Government of West Bengal. V. Shantaram's Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje received the All India Certificate of Merit. Rajkamal Kalamandir produced this Hindi language movie. The Magic of Mountains got the President's Gold Medal for the Best Documentary Film. It was an English dialect film, directed by Mushir Ahmed under the banner Films Division. One more English film by the Production Company Films Division named Wonder of Work won the Certificate of Merit. English movie Education for Life, produced under Ama Ltd. also received this Certificate.
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