Past Red Brick Film Festival Winners

2014 Winners

2014 Award Winners

  • Best in Show ($500)
    Alison Bair and Kate Engler, directors
    Ice Cream Lobotomy
  • Audience Choice ($400)
    Wil Chandler and Tyler Webb, directors
    Yawn
  • Hendrix Spirit Award ($300)
    Wil Chandler and Tyler Webb, directors
    Yawn
  • Best Documentary ($300)
    Rane Peerson, director
    Our Hendrix Folk
  • Stylistic Brilliance ($100)
    Alison Bair and Kate Engler, directors
    Ice Cream Lobotomy
  • Most Affective ($100)
    Daniel Grear and Nathanael Drahn, director
    Peter's Joke, the Untold Story
  • Best Writing ($50)
    Wil Chandler and Tyler Webb
    Yawn, directed by Wil Chandler and Tyler Webb
  • Best Acting ($50)
    Ensemble cast of Yawn
    Yawn
    , directed by Wil Chandler and Tyler Webb
2013 Winners

2013 Award Winners

  • Best in Show ($500)
    Stacey Svendsen, director
    The Paperman
  • Audience Choice ($400)
    Stacey Svendsen, director
    The Paperman
  • Hendrix Spirit Award ($300)
    Dylan Reed and Tresor Mukiza, directors
    From Rwanda to Hendrix
  • Best Documentary ($300)
    Marcus Zhu, director
    The Village Boy
  • Stylistic Brilliance ($100)
    Audrey Lloyd, director
    Apparition
  • Most Affective ($100)
    Rane Peerson, director
    Redo
  • Best Writing
    Jennifer Moulton
    Paper Man, directed by Stacey Svendsen
  • Best Actor
    Anna Dirkx
    Redo, directed by Rane Peerson
2012 Winners

2012 Award Winners

  • Best in Show Award ($500)
    Stacey Svendsen, director
    I Watch Too Many French Films
  • Audience Choice Award ($400)
    Richard Sakul, director
    #puppetproblems
  • Student Senate Hendrix Spirit Award ($300)
    Sarah Pullen, director
    Unplug
  • Best Documentary ($300)
    Mauren Kennedy, director
    The Real World, A-Frame
  • Stylistic Brilliance ($100)
    Jared King, director
    Veronica
  • Most Affective ($100)
    Charles Wallace, director
    Things That Go Beep in the Night
  • Best Writer
    Dan Gibbens-Rickman and Dean Jim Wiltgen
    The Maltese Chicken, directed by Dan Gibbens-Rickman
  • Best Actor
    McKenzie Keller
    A Latter-Day Nightmare, directed by Lance St. Laurent

2011 Award Winners

  • Best in Show Award ($500)
    Cassidy Robinson, director
    Jojo: The Missing Link
  • Audience Choice Award ($400)
    Lance St. Laurent, director
    A Man Needs a Suit
  • Student Senate Hendrix Spirit Award ($300)
    Charles Wallace, director
    The Grotto
  • Best Documentary ($100)
    Michael Chavez, director
    My Culture
  • Stylistic Brilliance ($100)
    Rane Peerson, director
    Watch Out
  • Most Affective ($100)
    Lance St. Laurent, director
    A Man Needs a Suit

2010 Award Winners

  • Best in Show Award ($500)
    Mauren Kennedy, director
    Dirty Laundry
  • Audience Choice Award ($400)
    Jared King, director
    Playtime
  • Student Senate Hendrix Spirit Award ($300)
    Caufield Schnug, director
    Eco-Ripper
  • Stylistic Brillance ($100)
    Laura Langley, director
    The Garden: My Essay for Ben
  • Most Affective ($100)
    Dylan Reed, director Just a Dream
  • Most Innovative ($100)
    Charles Wallace, director Zoe