|Produced feature films|
The first Sanskrit film ever made was Adi Shankaracharya in 1983 by G.V. Iyer. At the 31st National Film Awards, it won four awards, including Best Film, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography and Best Audiography. The second film was Bhagavad Gita in 1992, again by G.V. Iyer. The film won the National Film Award for Best Feature Filmat the 40th National awards for 1992. The next film made was in 2015, after a gap of 22 years. From 2015 to 2017, 4 Sanskrit films were made in Kerala, India. Priyamanasam was the 3rd Sanskrit film and the first Sanskrit film from Kerala. The film won the award for 'Best Feature film in Sanskrit' at the 63rd National awards. The film was screened at the 46th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa in 2015. Ishti made in 2016 was the first Sanskrit film based on a social issue. The film was screened at the 47th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa in 2016, in the panorama section. Suryakantha is the fifth Sanskrit film and the third one made in Kerala. It is the first Sanskrit film on contemporary life. The film won 'Special Jury award' in Kerala Film Critics Associations awards, 2017. Anurakthi is the first Sanskrit 3D film with a song in the film picturised in 3D format. That also made Anurakthi the first Sanskrit film to have a song in it. The film was screened at the 48th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa in 2017.Punyakoti is the first animated film in Sanskrit. First Children's Sanskrit Film Madhurasmitham. Directed by Sureshgayathri. 
List of Sanskrit films
|1983||Adi Shankaracharya||G.V. Iyer||First Sanskrit feature film in the world. |
Won 4 national awards, including Best Feature film.
|1993||Bhagavad Gita||G.V. Iyer||Won national awards for Best Feature film.|
|2015||Priyamanasam||Vinod Mankara||Won national award for Best Feature film in Sanskrit. |
Screened at the 46th edition of International Film Festival of India (IFFI).
|2016||Ishti||G. Prabha||Opening film of the feature section of the Indian Panorama section at the 47th edition of IFFI.|
|2017||Suryakantha||M. Surendran||First contemporary Sanskrit film.|
Won 'Special Jury award' at Kerala Film Critics Associations awards, 2017
|2017||Anurakthi||P. K. Ashokan||First 3D Sanskrit film.|
First Sanskrit film with a song.
Screened at the 48th International Film Festival of India (IFFI).
|2018||Punyakoti||Ravi Shankar V||First Sanskrit animation film.|
|2019||Madhurasmitham||Sureshgayathri||First Sanskrit film for children.|
|2019||Namo   ||Vijeesh Mani|
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