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Awards & Recognition

Raymond Gerard Braza has been given several honors and awards through his trajectory of becoming a filmmaker. He is  always aiming to come up with new and fresh ideas to play around with, and often times are recognized for his creative visions. Please browse his honors and awards below.


VoyageLA Magazine Article

January 12, 2023

Raymond Gerard Braza was thrilled to receive this article by VoyageLA Magazine, in hopes to inspire others in becoming an aspiring filmmaker.

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Best Short Horror Film

August 2019

Braza's, along with Andres Flores', short film, "Pigmenta", received this award at the South Film and Arts Academy Film Festival in Chile 2019. The film also received "Best Original Score in a Short Film."

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Best Short Horror Film

October 2018

Braza's short film, "Wayward Nature", received this award at the South Film and Arts Academy Festival in Chile 2018 and at Texas' Creeper Film Festival 2018.



June 2020

Braza was able to work again with VoyageLA Magazine's new series, SHOUTOUT-LA, and presented his upbringing in his career during unprecedented times. Below is his article.


Certificate of Recognition by the city of los angeles

October 2019

Braza received this recognition through NewFilmmakersLA's On Location video project. His film "Culture. Community. Home" was an official selection of this film festival.

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Best experimetnal short film

September 2020

Braza's short film, "The Geminate," received this award at the South Film and Arts Academy festival, winning an award three years in a row in this venue. The film also received "Best Original Score."

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