Kerala State Film Award For Best Article On Cinema

The Kerala State Film Award for Best Article on Cinema winners:

No Year Author Article Periodical
1 1998 Geetha Innathe Malayalam Cinema
2 1999 E. A. Ashraf Charithravum Charithrarahithyavum Malayalam Cinema
3 2000 M. G. Radhakrishnan Idiliyum Fasisavum
4 2002 Sudheer Parameswaran Sthreekathapathrangal Televisionilum Cinemayilum
5 2003 C.S. Venkiteswaran Mammootty Enna Tharam
6 2004 Vijayakrishnan Classicugal Komali Nadakangal Avunathu
7 2006 N. P. Sajeesh What malayalam cinema says to Muslims after the Gujarat genocide.
8 2007 K.P.Jayakumar Kanathaya Purushan Kazchapedunna Cinema
9 2008 P. S. Radhakrishnan Vadakkanpattu Cinemakal
11 2009 P. S. Radhakrishnan
K. P. Jayakumar
Chemmeen - Deshabhavayude Ethirolikal
Apaharikkapedunna Kalapangal
12 2010 Sujith Kumar
Dr. Biju
Nostalgia Nirmikunnath
Kollaruth Samvidhayakare

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