There were about 17 short film entries by the children in the competition category.
Malayali Vartha won the first prize for ‘Best Online Media Reporting’ and Etv Bharat won the second prize. All India Radio won the award for ‘Best Broadcasting’.
The final day of ICFFK saw children wanting to go back in time and relive the past week. The festival was truly a celebration of cinema with young minds bonding over the same.
The short film produced in very few hours has been inspired by the issues close to their heart and school, ie, food wastage.
Stephen Devassy, musician, Parvati Nair, actress and R S Vimal, director of the film 'Neerali' also spoke at 'Meet The Artist' session.
His daughter, Thamanna has made a short film 'Lunch break' which is currently competing in a film category at the ICFFK.
The fifth day of the International Children's Film Festival of Kerala(ICFFK) remained packed with young movie buffs.
A film enthusiast, Amal has completed his graduation from University College, Thiruvananthapuram.
Thirteen-year-old Aamie never expected to compere the second edition of ICFFK.
Chethan entered the world of cinema at the age of five by portraying actor Asif Ali's childhood in the movie 'Bachelor Party'.
As far as films are concerned, language is no barrier.
Director Sohanlal believes children have it in them to be creative.
As many as 52 kids came from Malappuram, while 25 were from Kannur. There were 50 kids from Thrissur and 46 from Kasaragod.
The second edition of the International Children's Film Festival of Kerala (ICFFK) kicked off in the city as young movie buffs flit across different venues to watch their favourite films.
About 140 movies for children will be screened within a span of seven days.