Faith, Love & Whiskey earned $10,000 as winner of the grand jury prize for narrative feature while Tchoupitoulas took the same amount in the documentary feature category.

Wolf earned $30,000 camera rental as winner of the grand jury prize for the Panavision Texas Competition and Dirty Energy won $10,000 for the grand jury prize for the Whole Foods Environmental Visions Competition
The Invisible War won the $10,000 Embrey Family Foundation Silver Heart Award.
In the audience awards, My Way prevailed among the narrative feature entries and First Position claimed the documentary prize.

“This year’s Dallas Film Society Honors paid tribute to both the indie filmmaker and the film industry veteran,” said James Faust, artistic director of the Dallas Film Society.

“From Ya’ke Smith with his directorial debut to Eric Pleskow who has scores of films under his belt, from acknowledging Gabourey Sidibe’s rising star to Laura Linney’s expansive career, we want to applaud the new visionaries alongside those who have the breadth of experience that most can only dream about. “

The festival ran from Apr 12-22. For a complete list of winners visit the official website.