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In the United States, Rianne was awarded the Las Vegas Filmmaker of the Year at the American indie arts awards RAWards. She was Las Vegas’ official representative for the RAWards national finals featuring other award-winning filmmakers from other key U.S. cities. She is also privileged to be selected as a First Friday Las Vegas Artist.  She is also a Getty Images artist. 

In Korea, she is a director/writer fellow and trainee of the Asian Film Professionals Training Program of the Korean Film Council (KOFIC). She is a co-author of KOFIC’s Asian Film Industry Book published in 2010. She shot her award-winning film "Technophilia" (16mm, narrative short, techno-romance) during her stay in KOFIC through the council’s help, alongside the support of the Korean Academy of Film Arts (KAFA) and Korea University. She is also a filmmaker fellow of the Asian Film Academy (AFA) of the prestigious Busan International Film Festival (BIFF).

In the Philippines, she is a laureate of the Ani ng Dangal (Harvest of Honor) Award for Cinema, a national award given by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA). Her first film “Karsel” (35mm, narrative short, dark melodrama) received the Kodak Film Award for Best Film Thesis 2003 at the University of the Philippines Film Institute (UPFI). It was also one of the nominees for the 17th Gawad Urian Best Short Film Award. Rianne was also a recipient of the Kodak Emerging Filmmaker's Grant. She produced her second film “Aninag” (35mm, narrative short, dark fantasy for children) and her third film “Pera-perahang Lata” (HD, narrative short, melodrama) through film grants from the NCCA. "Technophilia" and “Pera-perahang Lata” are the first Filipino independent films successfully projected in HD format in the Philippines in June 2009 at the Gateway Cineplex in Quezon City.

Her directorial credentials include commercial works for clients including the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Smart Communications, Hallmark, Camella, Vista Land, Avida, Limketkai, Bank of the Philippine Islands, and Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), to name a few.


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