The Jame Jam TV Festival honors winners in a ceremony.
The Jame Jam TV Festival has honored the top shows, films, and winners during a ceremony.
The ceremony, which is annually organized by Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), was held at the IRIB International Conference Center on Thursday night.
'Kimia' directed by Javad Afshar and produced by Mohammadreza Shafiei received the Best Series Award.
Azizollah Hamidnejad won best director award for 'Wheel of the World' and Alireza Talebzade received the award for best screenwriter for the same series.
The award for best actor went to Farhad Ayish for his appearances in the series 'Wall to Wall' directed by Saman Moqaddam and 'The Recluse' directed by Behruz Shoeibi.
The award for best actress went to Behnaz Jafari for the series 'Beneath Mother’s Feet' directed by Behrang Tofiqi.
Soroush Sehhat won the special jury prize for directing the series 'The Licentiates' and 'The Capital 4' directed by Sirous Moqaddam received the best audience award.
The best animated film award was presented to Mohammad-Mehdi Ahmadi for producing 'History from This Side' and the best director award for an animated movie went to Babak and Behnoud Nekouei for 'Ruby and the Chickens'.
'Pale Blue' made by Arash Lahouti won the best documentary award while 'Advantage' by Mohammad Kart and 'Ranger and Leopard' by Fathollah Amiri as well as Nima Asgari shared the best documentary director award.
The organizers also honored a number of figures in the television contest shows category.