RSFFX (2019)

Best Picture:                      Ifeanyi Ezieme for “Focus”

Audience Choice:              Ifeanyi Ezieme for “Focus”

Best Cinematography:        Moises Barbara for “Focus"

Best Editing:                      Ifeanyi Ezieme for “Focus

RSFF9 (2018)

Best Picture:                      Mallory Erwin for “Courage”

Audience Choice:              Moises Barbara for “Mi Soledad”

Best Directing:                   Mallory Erwin for "Courage"

Best Cinematography:        Gabrielle Norte for “The Wounded Healer"

Best Original Screenplay:    Mallory Erwin for “Courage”

Best Editing:                      Mallory Erwin for “Courage”

Best Original Score:           Jasmine Burkett for “Premonition”

RSFF8  (2017)

Best Picture:                      Moises Barba for “Desarraigado”

Audience Choice:              Moises Barba for “Desarraigado”

Best Directing:                   Isabella Issa for "Night Lights"

Best Cinematography:        April Rock for “Night Lights”

Best Original Screenplay:    Isabella Issa for “Parallels”

Best Editing:                     Briana Chmielewski for “Night Lights”

Best Original Score:           Nyah Wilson for “Night Lights”

RSFF7 (2016)

Grand Prize:                      David Hutchinson for “How Far I Want to Go"

RSFF6 (2015)

Grand Prize:                      David Hutchinson for “Behind the Faces"

RSFF5 (2014)

Grand Prize:                      Candace Lowry & Mackenna Millet

                                       for “Dead Week"

RSFF4 (2013)

Grand Prize:                      Ben Holcomb for “Currency"

RSFF3 (2012)

Grand Prize:                      David Chang for “Ted's Great Idea"

RSFF2 (2011)

Grand Prize:                      Austin Chapman for “Eleven Eleven"

RSFF (2010)

Grand Prize:                      J.J. Starr for “Awaken Honduras”

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