WINNER: Quo Vadis, Aida?, directed by Jasmila Žbanić, representing Bosnia and Herzegovina’s official submission shortlisted for this year’s Academy Awards.
FEATURE WINNER: Cuban Dancer, a poignant documentary directed by Roberto Salinas
SHORT WINNER: “Caro Comes Out,” directed by Brit Fryer and Caro Hernandez
WINNER: “The Present,” directed by Farah Nabulsi
WINNER: The Henry Rincón-directed film from Colombia, The City of Wild Beasts (La Ciudad de las Fieras).
WINNER: $5,000 awarded to Joel Vázquez Cárdenas for “Así en la Tierra.”
Four runner-up prizes of $1,250 each have gone to “Calladita,” “For Rosa,” “The Name of the Son,” and “The Insomnia Plague.”
WINNER: Lorelei, a U.S.-made working-class fable directed by Sabrina Doyle.
WINNER: A New Dawn, directed by Manny Soto.
WINNER: For his work in Riz Ahmed’s British drama Mogul Mowgli, composer Paul Corley.
WINNER: The Oolite Arts Miami Film Festival Trailer Award went to Raphael Lubzanski for The City of Wild Beasts.
WINNER: The Oolite Arts Miami Film Festival Poster Design Award went to Raul Monge.
WINNER: Quo Vadis, Aida?, directed by Jasmila Žbanić.
WINNER: Plantados, directed by Lilo Vilaplana.
WINNER: “Petra,” directed by Randy Valdes.
WINNER: Actor Riz Ahmed for his work illuminating the Recovery community within the Deaf Community, a world often invisible in our society, in the critically-acclaimed Sound of Metal.
Aldis Hodge received the Art of Light Award (Actor) for his current role as Jim Brown in One Night in Miami.
Andra Day received the Art of Light Award (Actress) for her current role as Billie Holiday in The United States vs. Billie Holiday.
James Richards received the Art of Light Award (Cinematographer) for his work on Chloé Zhao’s film Nomadland.
Pedro Almodóvar – Precious Gem Master Award Winner
Rita Moreno – Precious Gem Icon Award Winner