2016 Grand Remi Winners

WorldFest-Houston is the only film festival in the world with ten major competition categories, not just Shorts and Features like most festivals. In addition, we have more than 200 sub-categories, so a small Indie documentary does not have to compete with a National Geographic Special. Each year, we receive more than 4,500 category entries, and only about 15% of total entries actually win a Remi Award. Since we did give first honors to Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Ang Lee, John Lee Hancock, Randal Kleiser and the Coen Brothers, the winners of this year could well become the Spielbergs or Ang Lees of tomorrow. We present only one Grand Remi Award to the top winner in each of the major ten categories. The Remi Award is named after Frederic Remington, who’s brilliant sculptures and paintings captured the spirit of Texas and the West.

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  • Best Music Video
    Zara Larsson - MNEK - Never Forget You
    Richard Paris Wilson
    London, England UK
  • Best Short Film
    The Light Thief
    Eva Daoud
    Manama, Bahrain
  • Best TV Commercial/PSA
    ATF-The Best Superbowl Commercial You Missed
    George Kenyon, Klutch Creative
    Los Angeles, CA
  • Best Feature Film
    The Last Man Club
    Linda Pandolph, Producer
    Bo Brinkman, Director
    Houston, TX
  • Best Student Film
    Chocolate Pudding
    Jonatas De Silva
    Director, Regent University
    Virginia Beach, VA
  • Best New Media/Web/Interactive
    Giuseppe Castiglione: Lang Shining New Media Art Exhibition
    National Palace Museum
    Taipei, Taiwan
  • Best Film & Video Production
    Go Lucy Go
    Vince Williams
    Dallas, TX
  • Best Television/Cable Production
    Living With Terrorism
    Alexander Feist
    Deutsche Welle-Hauptstadtstudio
    Berlin, Germany