2022 Winners:

2021 Winners:

2020 Winners:

2019 Winners:

  • First Place: The Drive – directed by Adam Thomas Wright and Tom Carty (United Kingdom)
  • Second Place: I’M SORRY – directed by Marcellus Cox (United States)
  • Third Place: How It Feels to be Hungover – directed by Viktor Hertz (Sweden)
  • Fourth Place: The Marksman – directed by Conor Healy (Ireland)
  • Honorable Mention: The Briefcase – directed by Matt Mitchell and Brian Wallace (United States)
  • Honorable Mention: Family – directed by David L. Bradburn (United States)
  • Honorable Mention: I’m Sorry – directed by Gabriel Galand (Canada)
  • Honorable Mention: Panic Attack! – directed by Eileen O’Meara (United States)
  • Audience Choice Award: In Trans – directed by Edit Jakab (United States)

2018 Winners:

  • First Place:  The Photographer – directed by Bertram Normand (France)
  • Second Place: .tibbar – directed by Antionne Mattutis (Germany)
  • Third Place: Umami – directed by Gil Willow (USA)
  • Fourth Place: Icons – directed by Ronnie Cramer (USA)
  • Honorable Mention: Avalon – directed by Seth Herzog & Ryan Mumaw (USA)
  • Honorable Mention: Daydreamer – directed by Kat Garrido (USA)
  • Audience Choice Award: Avalon – directed by Seth Herzog & Ryan Mumaw (USA)

2017 Overall Winners:

  1. Last Call Lenny
  2. Our Crappy Town
  3. The Pirate Captain Toledano
  4. Stuck

Honorable Mentions:

Listings below are in alphabetical order.

2017 Fourth Quarter (submitted April through June 2017)

2017 Third Quarter (submitted January through March 2017)

2017 Second Quarter (submitted October through December 2016)

2017 First Quarter (submitted through September 2016)

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