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Best Narrative:
I Want to Fly by Misha Sundukduskiy (Tisch School of the Arts, NYC)

Best Documentary:
A Shift for Representation: The 1977 City Council Reform, by Carlos Landa, Mayra Chapa, Shane Carroll, Javier Flores (Communication Arts High School, San Antonio, TX)

Best Animation:
Fresh Fruit, by Ed Kelley, Brenden Cicoria (St. Mary's Hall, San Antonio, TX)

Best Experimental:
Point of View, by Andy Sontag (Seattle, WA)

Honorable Recognition Awards for Narrative:
Make Up, by Justin Gallegos (Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale)
Molasses, by Jessica Torres (San Anto MultiMedia Institute, San Antonio, TX)

Honorable Recognition Awards for Documentary:
Lucha, by Justin Gallegos (Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale)
Dr. Phil or Dr. Do-Little, by Adam Williams, Cuyler Wing, Devin Soto, Hayden Bell, Phillip Turner, Ryan
Green, Tomas Segura, and Tyler Mann (Mobile Film School, Elgin, TX)

Honorable Recognition Awards for Animation:
Tired, by Brenden Cicoria (St. Mary's Hall, San Antonio, TX)
Into the Blue, by Derek Burgman (Say Sí, San Antonio, TX)

Honorable Recognition Awards for Experimental:
Quack, by Raul Flores (Film School of San Antonio at Harlandale)
American Citizen, by Kathy Vega and Michael Muro (In Progress, St. Paul, MN)

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