KIL wins Best Film at 26th Festival Filem Malaysia

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  • Saturday, 01 Nov 2014

SEREMBAN: A film about a suicidal man and his chance encounter with a mysterious woman picked up the award for Best Film at the 26th Festival Filem Malaysia.

KIL, directed by Nik Amir Mustapha, beat films like Penanggal and KL Gangster 2 to win the coveted award at the event in Kompleks Penyiaranan Tuanku Muhammad, here, Saturday.

Nik Amir also picked up the awards for Best Director and Best Screenplay, while the KIL’s star Cristina Suzanne won for Best New Actress.

Datuk Rosyam Nor sealed his long-awaited comeback with a Best Supporting Actor win for KL Gangster 2.

The event also honoured Datuk Rahim Razali and Datuk Rosnani Jalil with lifetime achievement awards.

Other major winners at the star-studded event included Lisa Surihani for Best Actress

(Istanbul Aku Datang), Rusdi Ramli for Best Actor (Tanda Putera) and Umie Aida for Best Supporting Actress (Sembunyi: Amukan Azazil).
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