- Grand Jury Prize — sponsored by LightIron Digital, a Panavision company
- Best Cinematography Prize — sponsored by Canon
- Best Editing
- Best Sound Design
- Best of "Quarantine Cinema" Special Category
- Audience Award - vote here
Professor Jameson "Jim" Goldner (1938-2019) was one of the founding members of the Department of Cinema, having taught film production and studies at SFSU since 1963. One of the Department’s most popular professors, his passion for filmmaking was born in his studies at UCLA in classes and on film sets with noted classmates Bob Koster, Francis Ford Coppola, Carroll Ballard, Trevor Greenwood, Al Rossman, and Noel Blanc. Goldner wrote, produced and directed a number of films. He is perhaps best known for his documentary, When I Was Fourteen: A Survivor Remembers. Goldner also served as a judge in a number of festivals and competitions. Read more about Professor Goldner's legacy at this link. His obituary is available online here.
Read more about the Jameson Goldner Filmmaker Scholarship here.