DGA Student Film Awards

 

The submission period for the 23rd Annual
DGA Student Film Awards is now closed.


Each year the Directors Guild of America holds its annual Student Film Awards for African-American, Asian-American, Latino, and women filmmakers. The awards, which bring the winners prizes of $2,500 from the DGA, are designed to honor, encourage, and bring attention to outstanding minority and women film students in film schools and other select universities.

You can browse through a year by year history of the DGA Student Film Awards by clicking on the timeline below to view winners and photos.

 



2000 Student Film Award Winners


African American

East Coast Winner

Alison McDonald of Columbia for "The Life and Times of Little Jimmy B"

West Coast Winner

Desha Dauchan of UCLA for "Episodes"

 


Asian American

East Coast Winner

Ted Kim of Columbia for "The Uncertainty Principle"

West Coast Winner

Fatimah Tobing Rony of UCLA for "Everything In Between"

West Coast Honorable Mention

Puntip Limrungroj of Art Center College of Design for "Body and Soul "

 


Latino

East Coast Winner

Cristina Lois of School of Visual Arts for "Anduriña"

West Coast Winner

Sebastian Leda of Art Center College of Design for "Trysting"

West Coast Honorable Mention

Bianca C. D'Carpio of CSU- Long Beach for "Have You Seen Me"

 


Woman

East Coast Winner

Joan Stein of Columbia for "One Day Crossing"

West Coast Winner

Barbara Stepansky of USC for "Blueberry Pancakes"

West Coast Honorable Mention

Laleh Soomekh and Porter Gale of Stanford University for "xxxy"


Contact
Ruby Sindher
Manager, Committee Events
(310) 289-2057
studentfilmawards@dga.org
2017 ELIGIBLE SCHOOLS
Download the PDF below to review the list of schools eligible for the 2017 Awards.
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