documentary / non-fiction
- 1905 - 2000
- since 2001
Winner All India ‘Certificate of Merit’ as Best Children Film in the very 1st year of Introduction of State Award for film at the National Film Award, 1952.
Winner of ‘Certificate of Merit’ as Best Feature Film in Regional Award, at the National Film Award 1955.
Winner of Golden Lion for the Best Film in Venice Film Festival in 1957. Best Director’s Prize in Sanfransisco Film Festival. Selznick Golden Trophy for Best Direction.
Winner of All India ‘Certificate of Merit’ in the year 1958. Best Award for Music in Moscow Film Festival in 1961.
- BHAGINI NIVEDITA
Winner of President Gold Medal as the Best Feature Film of the year 1961.
- RAJA RAMMOHAN
‘Certificate of Merit’ in the Regional Film category at the National Film Award in the year 1965.
- AROGYA NIKETAN
Best Regional Film Award for the year at the National Film Award 1967.
- MOYNA TADANTA
Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director 1981.
- IN THE LAND OF LEPCHAS
‘RAJAT KAMAL’ as the Best Ethnographic / Anthropological Film of the Year Award in the 45th National Film Festivals.
- SABAK CHABIR ABAK GOLPO
Best Documentary Film Award in 2005. Recipient of “DADA SAHEB PHALKE AWARD” in 2012. Recipient of “BISESH CHALLACHITRA PUROSKAR” in 2013.
- AURORA BIOSCOPE
Van Gogh Award for Best Documentary Editing at Amsterdam Film Festival in the year 2018
MALAI wins 7 awards. Please click on the image to view the awards in detail.
KAYANTAR wins 7 awards. Please click on the image to view the awards in detail.
Anadinath Bose established the Aurora Film Company in 1906 in the then Calcutta. Initially it was a traveling cinema unit, exhibited films, magic and drama shows, made short silent films, newsreels and imported films from abroad. In 1911, Anadinath Bose, cinematographer Debi Ghosh, and magician Charu Ghosh formed the Aurora Cinema Company, opening a studio and film-processing laboratory in. Anadinath Bose assumed sole management of the company in 1912. In 1921 Anadinath Bose renamed his company Aurora Film Corporation. He was a visionary and the leading force behind the formation of the Bengali Film Industry. His successor, Ajit Bose produced and distributed films of maestros like Satyajit Ray, Ritwik Ghatak, Mrinal Sen that shaped the Golden Era of Bengali Cinema. The third generation leader, Anjan Bose is carrying forward the legacy with the vision to create a new era of Indian cinema and gear it to its peak and excellence in the global milieu.