Girls Impact the World Film Festival Winners

Congratulations to all finalists! Thank you for celebrating with us at the St. Andrew’s Dell Fine Arts Center in Austin, TX on April 9, 2017.

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JUDGE’S CHOICE:

Grand Prize Winner ($5,000): Your Flowers Did Not Fade

Christin Chae, Korea Kent Foreign School

First Runner Up ($2,500): Fantasy

Jordyn Roach, University of Oregon

Second Runner Up ($1,000): Peighton

Kevin Brooks, University of Memphis

PEOPLE’S CHOICE ($2,500)

Winner: This is 2017

Rae Kanoa, Palos Verdes High School

HONEST BEAUTY ($2,500)

Winner: Beauty

Madessyn Zahn, Moberly Area Community College

BEST FILM PRODUCTION ($1,000)

Winner: Peighton

Kevin Brooks, University of Memphis

EDUCATION - Let Girls Learn ($1,000)

Winner: Shonirbhorota

Anila Shaheen, Asian University for Women

ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ($1,000)

(NEW CATEGORY)

Winner: Culture Against Women

Phuong Vu Hoang, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

GLOBAL IMPACT ($2,500)

Winner: Sex Workers of Dhakka City

Neealana Naushin, Asian University for Women, Chittagong

GREEN IS sponsored by: Ian Somerhalder Foundation

(Grand Prize $2,500, First Runner Up $1,000)

Winner: Maatir Chula (The Clay Stove)

Pooja Khati, Asian University for Women

First Runner Up: Where Do Your Clothes Come From?

Amanda Camos, Cardinal Gibbons High School

MOST INNOVATIVE SOLUTION ($1,000)

Winner: Fighting the Gender Gap

Briana Berger, F.W. Buchholz High School

STAND UP MEN ($2,500)

Winner: Project Stand Up

Abdisalam Ahmed Hussein, Amiin Mohamed Abdukadir, Ahmed Khadar, Farhiya Abshir Yusuf, Sabrin Ahmed Omar, Sabri Omar Mohsen, Ali Sudi Abukar, Omar Ahmed Mayow, Asad Aseyr Abdalla, Zakaria Mohamed Abdi, The Fugee School

WOMEN/GIRLS IN STEM ($1,000)

Winner: The World I Want to Live in #StemsFromHer

Abbie Collette, Sylvie Pryor Rosenstein, Mae Pryor Rosenstein, Abram Collette, Baxter Academy for Technology and Science

GEM’S CHOICE ($1,000)

Winner: Your Flowers Did Not Fade

Christin Chae, Korea Kent Foreign School

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liz
liz

This is great. I'd love to see more of the films.

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