2017


Red Poppy Award for Best Feature Film – Darkest Hour directed by Joe Wright

Red Poppy Award for Best Indie Feature Film – And We Were Young by Andy Smetanka

Red Poppy Award for Best Short Film 
– Best Australian Short Film – Miro by Victoria McIntyre
– Best International Short Film – She Will Be Loved by Chadwick Pelletier

Other Veterans Film Festival Awards
– Best Animation – All The Winters I Haven’t Seen by Omid Koshnazar
– Best Female Actor – Constance Brenneman for She Will Be Loved
– Best Male Actor – Mark Coles Smith for Miro
– Best Music/Sound – Petra Salsjö for Miro

Special Awards
– Best Young Filmmaker Award – Miles Gibson for Homeward Bound


2016


Red Poppy Award for Best International Feature Film – “Hyena Road” (Canada)
Red Poppy Award for Best Australian Feature Film – “The Crater” (Australia)
Red Poppy Award for Best Australian Short Film – “The Raven”
Red Poppy Award for Best International Short Film – “Darryl” (USA)
Red Poppy Award for Best Male Actor – Michael E. Knight for “Darryl” (USA)
Red Poppy Award for Best Female Actor – Indianna Gregg for “The Ravens” (Australia)
Red Poppy Award for Best Music – “Red Line” (Iran)
Red Poppy Award for Best Animation – “The Little Boy” (Iran)
Red Poppy Special Award Commemorating WWI or WWII – “Patient 39” (UK)


2015


Red Poppy Award for Best Australian Short Film – “Brass Razoo”
Red Poppy Award for Best International Short Film – “Birthday” (USA)
Best Director Chris King – ‘Birthday’ (USA)
Best Cinematography ‘The Last Night’ (New Zealand)
Best Editing ‘Birthday’ (USA)
Best Script ‘Brass Razoo’ (Australia)
Best Music/Sound ‘100 Years’ (Australia)
Best Male Actor Chris Gouchoe – ‘Birthday’ (USA)
Best Female Actor Mandy Moody – ‘Birthday’ (USA)
Varsity Best Film – from a Film School, University or College ‘Haircut’ (USA)
Best Film Student Award ‘Haircut’ (USA)
Best Animation ‘Dad’s Fragile Doll’ (Iran)
Best Machinima ‘No Man’s Land’ (Finland)
Best Documentary ‘A Soldier’s Story’ (USA)
Best Film Commemorating WWI ‘No Man’s Land’ (Finland)
Best Film Commemorating ANZACs in WWI ‘Trench’ (Australia)
Special Award ‘White Feather’ an Encouragement Award to all the young people involved.