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.

 


2009 Student Film Award Winners

2009 Student Film Awards

 


African American

East Coast Winner

Rashaad Ernesto Green of NYU for "Premature"

West Coast Winner

Edward Osei-Gyimah of USC for "Kwame"

Jury Prize

Sharon Hill of UCLA for "Shades of Gray"

 


Asian American

East Coast Winner

Theresa Wu of Columbia University for "Smoke and Mirrors "

West Coast Winner

Edward Kim of UCLA for "To Wander in Pandemonium "

Jury Prize

Ken Ochiai of AFI for "Half Kenneth"

 


Latino

East Coast Winner

Antonio Mendez Esparza of Columbia University for "Una y Otra Vez"

West Coast Winner

David Martin-Porras of UCLA for "Ida y Vuelta"

Jury Prize

Jessica McMunn Macias of UCLA for "Soleil "

 


Woman

East Coast Winner

Eliza Subotowicz of Columbia University for "Ben"

West Coast Winner

Erika Cohn of Chapman University for "When the Voices Fade"

Jury Prize

Rebecca Cremona of Art Center College of Design for "Magdalene"


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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