And the winners are!

The JURY AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM goes to Children of the Arctic Written by Taylor Segrest, directed by Nick Brandestini and produced by Vesna Eckert.
 

Congratulations! 
 

The Award was presented by Miss Northern Navajo Vanessa Sloan Lister and was accepted on your behalf by Sherri Mabe. Sherri on the One Nation Walking Together Board and her heritage is Jicarilla Apache from the Northern New Mexico/Southern Colorado area.

 

The Awards were designed by Bowen Pottery 
Laurels designed by Olivier Sabatier.

The AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM goes to SONS OF HALAWA written and directed by Matt Yamashita and proceeded by Quazifilms Hawaii

Congratulations!

 

The Award was presented by Miss Northern Navajo Vanessa Sloan Lister and was accepted on your behalf by Jon Duncan. Jon is the Chairperson of One Nation Walking Together and his indigenous heritage is Tlingit from the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America.

The awards were designed by Bowen Pottery
The Laurels were designed by Olivier Sabatier.

The JURY AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM goes to FINDING REFUGE written by Torsten Kjellstrand & Dave Davis, directed by Torsten Kjellstrand, Rob Finch & Jamie Francis
and produced by Torsten Kjellstrand!

 

Congratulations!

 

The Award was presented by Miss Northern Navajo Vanessa Sloan Lister and was accepted on your behalf by Lori Asiu former Executive Director of One Nation Walking Together.

 

The awards were designed by Bowen Pottery
The Laurels were designed by Olivier Sabatier.

The JURY AWARD FOR BEST NARRATIVE SHORT FILM goes to BLESSED Written by Stacey Marshall Jensen, directed by Jennifer Derwingson and produced by Through The Wilderness, LLC John Hermann. Starring DeLanna Studi and Daniella Garcia 
 

Congratulations!
 

The Award was presented by Miss Northern Navajo Vanessa Sloan Lister and was accepted on your behalf by Sherri Mabe. Sherri on the One Nation Walking Together Board and her heritage is Jicarilla Apache from the Northern New Mexico/Southern Colorado area.
The Awards were designed by Bowen Pottery
Laurels designed by Olivier Sabatier.

The AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM goes to FIRST LIGHT directed by Adam Mazo, Ben Pender-Cudlip and produced by Upstander Project.

 

Congratulations!

 

The Award was presented by Miss Northern Navajo Vanessa Sloan Lister and was accepted on your behalf by Don Anderson. Don is member of the One Nation Walking Together Board and is a registered member of the Chickasaw Tribe.

 

The awards were designed by Bowen Pottery
The Laurels were designed by Olivier Sabatier.

The AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST NARRATIVE SHORT FILM goes to Lightning In The Hand Written by Andrew Reuland & Joey Grossfield, directed by Joey Grossfield and produced by Lava Buckley.
Starring Nakotah Larance, Kevin Wiggins, Kristen Rakes, Samson Snell & Bruce Holbrook

 

Congratulations!

 

The Award was presented by Miss Northern Navajo Vanessa Sloan Lister and was accepted on your behalf by Jon Duncan. Jon is the Chairperson of One Nation Walking Together and his indigenous heritage is Tlingit from the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America.

 

The awards were designed by Bowen Pottery
The Laurels were designed by Olivier Sabatier.

The JURY AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY MEDIUM LENGTH FILM goes to LACROSSE STICK MAKER written and directed by Tracy Morse and produced by Ray Halbritter & Dale Rood.

 

Congratulations!

The Award was presented by Miss Northern Navajo Vanessa Sloan Lister and was accepted on your behalf by Lori Asiu former Executive Director of One Nation Walking Together.

The awards were designed by Bowen Pottery
The Laurels were designed by Olivier Sabatier.

The AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY MEDIUM LENGTH FILM goes to The 7th Wave Directed by Ben-Alex Dupris & Derrick J. LaMere and produced by Chris Eyre, David Montgomery, Ben-Alex Dupris & Derrick J. LaMere

 

Congratulations!

 

The Award was presented by Miss Northern Navajo Vanessa Sloan Lister and was accepted on your behalf by Don Anderson. Don is member of the One Nation Walking Together Board and is a registered member of the Chickasaw Tribe.

 

The awards were designed by Bowen Pottery
The Laurels were designed by Olivier Sabatier.

The 7TH GENERATION AWARD for student short film goes to JUVENILE JUSTICE: ROAD TO REFORM directed and Produced by Gandhi Brigade Youth Media.
 

Congratulations!
 

The Award was presented by Miss Northern Navajo Vanessa Sloan Lister and was accepted on your behalf by Jon Duncan. Jon is the Chairperson of One Nation Walking Together and his indigenous heritage is Tlingit from the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America.

The awards were designed by Bowen Pottery
The Laurels were designed by Olivier Sabatier.

 

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