Greensboro, North Carolina June 20 - 22, 2014

Announcing the Winners

After much deliberation, our distinguished panel of judges has selected this year’s winning films. Congratulations to all of the filmmakers and teams who participated. We are proud to announce our winners.

Kudos to Bottom Shelf Films for winning Best Film of 2014. Their film Clocking Out will go on to represent Greensboro against all the other city winners around the world at Filmapalooza 2015.


1st Place: Best Film of 2014

Clocking Out by Bottom Shelf Films

2nd Place: Best Film of 2014

Split Second by Team Overkill

3rd Place: Best Film of 2014

The Advisor by Unstoppable Failure

Required Elements

  • Character: Paul or Paula Percival, Retired Athlete
  • Prop: a hair brush
  • Line: "I'm not into that kinda thing." (or "Or I am not into that kind of thing.")

Audience Favorite: Group A

Safe Date by Mills48

Audience Favorite: Group B

Gertie's Story by Plumb Line Pictures

Audience Favorite: Group C

Clocking Out by Bottom Shelf Films

Best Writing

Clocking Out by Bottom Shelf Films

Best Editing

Clocking Out by Bottom Shelf Films

Best Directing

Split Second by Team Overkill

Best Cinematography

Praey by 4 Leagues Media

Best Sound Design

Soccer Mom by General Pictures

Best Musical Score

Back on Track by 13th Pygmy Productions

Best Actor

Lee Armstrong MIND GAMES by GreenShoots

Honorable Mention
Nathan Dye Nerd Problem by Indigo

Best Actress

Alena Koch Split Second by Team Overkill

Honorable Mention
Barbara Brusso Gertie's Story by Plumb Line Pictures

Best Graphics

Patrick by Thunder Dragons

Best Special Effects

Extrinsic by Mike, Mike & Mike Productions

Best Choreography

Back on Track by 13th Pygmy Productions

Best Costumes

Gertie's Story by Plumb Line Pictures

Best Set Design

The Advisor by Unstoppable Failure

Best Use of Character

Safe Date by Mills48

Best Use of Prop

Cardboard Box Time Machine by Big Racket Productions

Best Use of Line

Wreck/Percival by Eccentrics Anonymous Productions

2014 Film List

  • Another Shot by Birthday Suit Productions

    In a quest to turn back the hands of time, some women will do anything.

  • Back on Track by 13th Pygmy Productions

    An injured athlete embarks on a journey to find her old running mentor.

  • Brush with Fate by Forbidden Fruit Productions
  • Cardboard Box Time Machine by Big Racket Productions

    Can a positive attitude and a lot of belief turn a cardboard box into a time machine?

  • Clocking Out by Bottom Shelf Films

    Death accountant discovers that his last file for the day...is his own.

  • COACH by Attempting Fate Again

    Darren

  • DESCENT by StumbleMuse Productions

    A vilified man struggles to find the answer...

  • Extrinsic by Mike, Mike & Mike Productions

    Aliens abduct humans and send them to a a planet to battle the elements of that world

  • Footsteps by Lunar Eclpse

    A woman speaks with her father the gain confidence for upcoming challenges

  • Gertie's Story by Plumb Line Pictures

    Gertie's story is as it gets and as extraordinary as it can be.

  • Get Outta My Mind by Custom Media Solutions

    Haunted by her life’s disappointments and dark secrets, Paula self-medicates with pain pills.

  • Making the Cut by Team 421 & Friends

    I'm not into the kinda thing

  • MIND GAMES by GreenShoots

    Infatuated man surprises his Facebook girlfriend and discovers she is not as advertised.

  • Nerd Problem by Indigo

    When a young nerds father tells him to make friends while playing sports, the nerd gets more than he

  • Other Side of the Tracks by Kids These Days

    People from all walks of life converge on a rail line and learn where their journey ends.

  • Patrick by Thunder Dragons

    True Detective spoof that is a parody of American Psycho

  • Posterchild by Broken Zebra

    The new old face of gymnastics.

  • POWERHouse by Team RISE

    Nothing is what it seem

  • Praey by 4 Leagues Media

    Survival of the fittest

  • Puppy Love by Two Brothers Productions

    A young guy falls in love with an Eastern European Waitress and tries to learn her language.

  • Safe Date by Mills48

    Internet dating without the threat of murder

  • Soccer Mom by General Pictures

    Every neighbor has a hobby

  • Split Second by Team Overkill

    Caught up in her worst nightmare, Lauren struggles to survive.

  • The Advisor by Unstoppable Failure

    He'll save your career but first he needs to save himself

  • The Off Season by Layla Films

    Moral ambiguity ensues after a misguided attempt to save a friend in need

  • Wreck/Percival by Eccentrics Anonymous Productions

    Compelled to attend his brother's birthday party, a socially reluctant man finds his own gift.

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