Citra Award for Best Leading Actor

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Citra Award for Best Leading Actor
Awarded for Best leading actor of the year
Country Indonesia
Presented by Indonesian Film Festival
First awarded 1955
Currently held by Reza Rahadian, My Stupid Boss (2016)

The Citra Award for Best Leading Actor (Indonesian: Piala Citra untuk Pemeran Pria Utama) is an award given at the Indonesian Film Festival (IFF) to Indonesian actors for their achievements in lead roles. Described by Screen International as "Indonesia's equivalent to the Oscars",[1] the Citra Awards are the country's most prestigious film awards.[2] They are intended to recognise Indonesian achievements in film and draw the public's interest to the cinema industry.[3] Initially winners were selected from all entries by a jury, but owing to efficiency concerns and widespread disapproval of winners within the Indonesian film industry, beginning in 1979 the IFF instituted a nomination system in which a committee selected the Citra Award recipients from a shortlist of three to six nominees.[4] The shortlist has remained at five selections since 1987.

Initially known as the Indonesian Film Festival Awards, the Citra Award was first given at the IFF in 1955. There were two recipients that year: A.N. Alcaff of Lewat Djam Malam and A. Hadi of Tarmina. The multiple winners, also found in the Best Film and Best Leading Actress categories, was controversial; film critics considered Lewat Djam Malam by far the better film and suggested that Djamaluddin Malik's funding of the festival had influenced Tarmina's win.[5] Succeeding festivals were held in 1960 and 1967. The IFF was held annually from 1973.[6] Awards were presented at all IFF ceremonies except in 1980; that year, the jury decided that none of the nominated actors had put on performances worthy of the prize.[6][7] After the 1992 IFF, a sharp decline in film production led the festival to be discontinued. It was reinstated as an annual event in 2004, after receiving funds from the Indonesian government.[1][8] The most recent winner of this Citra Award is Dedy Soetomo, who was recognised at the 2015 IFF for his performance in Mencari Hilal.

A total of 61 actors have been nominated for a Citra Award for Best Leading Actor, 26 of whom have won at least one. As of 2012 the most recognised actor at the IFF is Deddy Mizwar, who received ten nominations (with three wins) beginning with Bukan Impian Semusim in 1982.[9] The only other actor to receive three wins is Sukarno M. Noor, while three other actors have won two Citra Awards: Benyamin Sueb, Slamet Rahardjo, and Tio Pakusadewo. The actor with the most nominations without a win is Ray Sahetapy, who received six nominations between 1984 and 1990. Two films have seen multiple cast members receive nominations. Of these, only Nagabonar Jadi 2 earned a win, with Mizwar receiving the award. Four actors – Mizwar, Nicholas Saputra, Reza Rahadian, and Zainal Abidin – have received more than one nomination in a single year; each won for one of their nominations.

Nominations and awards

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A.N. Alcaff received one of the inaugural Citra Awards.
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Sukarno M. Noor received the award three times.
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Rhoma Irama received a nomination in 1992 for Nada dan Dakwah.
Key
Sign Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winner
Citra Award for Best Leading Actor winners and nominees
Year Recipient Film Ref
1955 A. Hadidouble-dagger Tarmina [10]
1955 A.N. Alcaffdouble-dagger Lewat Djam Malam [11]
1960 Sukarno M. Noordouble-dagger Anakku Sajang [12]
1967 Sukarno M. Noordouble-dagger Dibalik Tjahaja Gemerlapan [12]
1973 Benyamin Suebdouble-dagger Intan Berduri [13]
1974 Mang Udeldouble-dagger Si Mamad [a][14]
1974 Kusno Sudjarwadi Rio Anakku [b][15]
1975 Slamet Rahardjodouble-dagger Ranjang Pengantin [16]
1976 Ratno Timoerdouble-dagger Cinta [17]
1977 Benyamin Suebdouble-dagger Si Doel Anak Modern [13]
1978 Kaharuddin Syahdouble-dagger Letnan Harahap [18]
1979 Sukarno M. Noordouble-dagger Kemelut Hidup [12]
1979 El Manik Gara-Gara Istri Muda [19]
1979 Maruli Sitompul November 1828 [20]
1979 Parto Tegal Pulau Cinta [21]
1980 Deddy Hariadi Si Pincang [22]
1980 Fachrul Rozi Harmonikaku [23]
1980 Ryan Hidayat Anna Maria [24]
1980 W. D. Mochtar Yuyun Pasien Rumah Sakit Jiwa [25]
1980 Zainal Abidin Si Pincang [26]
1981 Maruli Sitompuldouble-dagger Laki-laki dari Nusakambangan [20]
1981 Adi Kurdi Bukan Istri Pilihan [27]
1981 Dian Hasry Usia 18 [28]
1982 Zainal Abidindouble-dagger Putri Seorang Jendral [26]
1982 Deddy Mizwar Bukan Impian Semusim [9]
1982 Pitrajaya Burnama Nila di Gaun Putih [29]
1982 Rachmat Hidayat Tali Merah Perkawinan [30]
1982 S. Bagio Sang Guru [31]
1982 Zainal Abidin Mawar Jingga [26]
1983 Slamet Rahardjodouble-dagger Di Balik Kelambu [16]
1983 El Manik Titian Serambut Dibelah Tujuh [19]
1983 Roy Marten Tapak-Tapak Kaki Wolter Monginsidi [32]
1983 W. D. Mochtar Roro Mendut [25]
1984 El Manikdouble-dagger Budak Nafsu [19]
1984 Amoroso Katamsi Pengkhianatan G30S/PKI [33]
1984 Deddy Mizwar Sunan Kalijaga [9]
1984 Rano Karno Yang [34]
1984 Ray Sahetapy Ponirah Terpidana [35]
1985 Alex Komangdouble-dagger Doea Tanda Mata [36]
1985 Deddy Mizwar Saat-Saat Kau Berbaring di Dadaku [9]
1985 Rano Karno Ranjau-Ranjau Cinta [34]
1985 Ray Sahetapy Kerikil-Kerikil Tajam [35]
1985 Zainal Abidin Kembang Kertas [26]
1986 Deddy Mizwardouble-dagger Arie Hanggara [9]
1986 Deddy Mizwar Kejarlah Daku Kau Kutangkap [9]
1986 Mathias Muchus Beri Aku Waktu [37]
1986 Ray Sahetapy Opera Jakarta [35]
1987 Deddy Mizwardouble-dagger Nagabonar [9]
1987 Cok Simbara Penyesalan Seumur Hidup [38]
1987 El Manik Biarkan Bulan Itu [19]
1987 Rano Karno Arini (Masih Ada Kereta yang Akan Lewat) [34]
1987 Slamet Rahardjo Kodrat [16]
1988 Mathias Muchusdouble-dagger Istana Kecantikan [37]
1988 Deddy Mizwar Ayahku [9]
1988 Ray Sahetapy Tatkala Mimpi Berakhir [35]
1988 Pitrajaya Burnama Tjoet Nja' Dhien [29]
1989 Rachmat Hidayatdouble-dagger Pacar Ketinggalan Kereta [30]
1989 Eeng Saptahadi Semua Sayang Kamu [39]
1989 Mang Udel Si Badung [14]
1989 Rano Karno Arini II (Biarkan Kereta Api Itu Lewat) [34]
1989 Ray Sahetapy Noesa Penida (Pelangi Kasih Pandansari) [35]
1990 Rano Karnodouble-dagger Taksi [34]
1990 Deddy Mizwar 2 dari 3 Laki-Laki [9]
1990 Didi Petet Joe Turun ke Desa [40]
1990 Ray Sahetapy Jangan Bilang Siapa-siapa [35]
1990 Sophan Sophiaan Sesaat dalam Pelukan [41]
1991 Tio Pakusadewodouble-dagger Lagu untuk Seruni [42]
1991 Didi Petet Boneka dari Indiana [40]
1991 Mathias Muchus Cintaku di Way Kambas [37]
1991 Rachmat Hidayat Potret [30]
1992 Jamal Mirdaddouble-dagger Ramadhan dan Ramona [43]
1992 Cok Simbara Plong (Naik Daun) [38]
1992 Rano Karno Kuberikan Segalanya [34]
1992 Rhoma Irama Nada dan Dakwah [44]
2004 Tora Sudirodouble-dagger Arisan! [45]
2004 Derby Romero Petualangan Sherina [46]
2004 Nicholas Saputra Ada Apa dengan Cinta? [47]
2004 Tosan Wiryawan Marsinah: Cry Justice [48]
2004 Winky Wiryawan Mengejar Matahari [49]
2005 Nicholas Saputradouble-dagger Gie [47]
2005 Bucek Depp Brownies [50]
2005 Deddy Mizwar Ketika [9]
2005 Mike Muliadro Detik Terakhir [51]
2005 Nicholas Saputra Janji Joni [47]
2006 Albert Fakdawerdouble-dagger Denias, Senandung di Atas Awan [52]
2006 Aries Budiman Garasi [53]
2006 Dwi Sasono Mendadak Dangdut [54]
2006 Ramon Y. Tungka Ekskul [55]
2006 Ringgo Agus Rahman Jomblo [56]
2007 Deddy Mizwardouble-dagger Nagabonar Jadi 2 [9]
2007 Dwi Sasono Mengejar Mas-Mas [54]
2007 Fachri Albar Kala [57]
2007 Ringgo Agus Rahman Get Married [56]
2007 Tora Sudiro Nagabonar Jadi 2 [45]
2008 Vino G. Bastiandouble-dagger Radit dan Jani [58]
2008 Aming Doa yang Mengancam [59]
2008 Donny Alamsyah Fiksi [60]
2008 Nicholas Saputra 3 Doa 3 Cinta [47]
2008 Yama Carlos May [61]
2009 Tio Pakusadewodouble-dagger Identitas [42]
2009 Emir Mahira Garuda di Dadaku [62]
2009 Reza Rahadian Emak Ingin Naik Haji [63]
2009 Vino G. Bastian Serigala Terakhir [58]
2009 Yama Carlos Ruma Maida [61]
2010 Reza Rahadiandouble-dagger 3 Hati Dua Dunia Satu Cinta [63]
2010 Edo Borne I Know What You Did on Facebook [64]
2010 Oka Antara Hari Untuk Amanda [65]
2010 Reza Rahadian Alangkah Lucunya [63]
2010 Lukman Sardi Red Cobex [66]
2011 Emir Mahiradouble-dagger Rumah Tanpa Jendela [62]
2011 Alex Komang Surat Kecil untuk Tuhan [36]
2011 Ferdy Taher Masih Bukan Cinta Biasa [67]
2011 Oka Antara Sang Penari [65]
2011 Tio Pakusadewo Tebus [42]
2012 Donny Damaradouble-dagger Lovely Man [68]
2012 Emir Mahira Garuda di Dadaku 2 [69]
2012 Muhammad Syihab Cita-Citaku Setinggi Tanah [69]
2012 Reza Rahadian Test Pack: You're My Baby [69]
2012 Tio Pakusadewo Rayya, Cahaya Di Atas Cahaya [69]
2013 Reza Rahadiandouble-dagger Habibie & Ainun [70]
2013 Abimana Aryasatya Belenggu [71]
2013 Ikranagara Sang Kiai [71]
2013 Joe Taslim La Tahzan [71]
2013 Lukman Sardi Rectoverso [71]
2014 Chico Jerikhodouble-dagger Cahaya Dari Timur: Beta Maluku [72]
2014 Vino G. Bastian 3 Nafas Likas [73]
2014 Abimana Aryasatya Haji Backpacker [73]
2014 Herjunot Ali Tenggelamnya Kapal van der Wijck [73]
2014 Ario Bayu Soekarno [73]
2015 Deddy Sutomodouble-dagger Mencari Hilal [74]
2015 Reza Rahadian Kapan Kawin? [75]
2015 Reza Rahadian Guru Bangsa: Tjokroaminoto [75]
2015 Rio Dewanto Love and Faith [75]
2015 Vino G. Bastian Toba Dreams [75]
2016 Reza Rahadiandouble-dagger My Stupid Boss [76]
2016 Reza Rahadian Rudy Habibie [77]
2016 Tio Pakusadewo Surat Dari Praha [77]
2016 Abimana Aryasatya Warkop DKI Reborn: Jangkrik Boss Part 1 [77]
2016 Vino G. Bastian Warkop DKI Reborn: Jangkrik Boss Part 1 [77]

Explanatory notes

  1. ^ Award given as "Best Leading Actor (with Praise)" (Pemeran Utama Pria Terbaik Dengan Pujian); a similar distinction was made with the Best Actress award. Mang Udel received the Citra.[6]
  2. ^ Award given as "Best Leading Actor (with Recognition)" (Pemeran Utama Pria Terbaik Dengan Penghargaan); a similar distinction was made with the Best Actress award. This was, in effect, a "runner up" award.[6]

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