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during Argentina’s last military dictatorship (1976–1983), which saw
widespread human rights violations including many thousands of murders.
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The Cinema of Maldives is the Maldivian language film industry based in Male', Maldives. The dominant style of Maldivian cinema is melodramatic cinema, which developed since 1990s and characterizes most films to this day.
Maldives officially the Republic of Maldives, is a small archipelagic state in South Asia, situated in the Arabian Sea of the Indian Ocean.
The Cinema of Maldives is the Maldivian language film industry based in Male’, Maldives. The dominant style of Maldivian cinema is melodramatic cinema, which developed since 1990s and characterizes most films to this day. Cinema was introduced in Maldives in 1979. Linguistically, Maldivian films tend to use Dhivehi language, intelligible to native speakers, while modern Maldivian films also increasingly incorporate English. During the 1990s, many Maldivian films were inspired by Bollywood, with some of the films being unofficial remakes of those films. The industry continued to grow, and some successful Maldivian films were produced.
Maldivian films are mostly melodramatic and horror films. They frequently employ formulaic ingredients such as star-crossed lovers, enraged parents, love triangles, cunning in-laws, sacrifice, dramatic reversals of fortune, and convenient coincidences.
The Gaumee Film Awards ceremony is one of the most prominent film events given for Maldivian films. Presented by National Centre for the Arts to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the Maldivian film industry, it is the oldest film events in Maldives. The 1st Gaumee Film Awards ceremony was held in 1994 and films released prior to this year was judged. Till the 8th Gaumee Film Awards ceremony, films released on a span of two or more years were judged for each ceremony.
Notable awards ceremonies for Maldivian films, held within Maldives are:
- Gaumee Film Awards – since 1994
- Maldives Film Awards – 2011-2013
Most of these award ceremonies are lavishly staged spectacles, featuring singing, dancing, and numerous celebrities.