Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, Florida August 6 - 8, 2010

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 DC Dogs for winning Best Film of 2010. Their film Palindrome will go on to represent Miami/Ft. Lauderdale against all the other city winners around the world at Filmapalooza 2011.


1st Place: Best Film of 2010

Palindrome by DC Dogs

Required Elements

  • Character: Doug or Daphne Whyte, Fundraiser
  • Prop: a brush
  • Line: "What do you mean?"

Audience Favorite: Group A

Palindrome by DC Dogs

Best Writing

Music in the air by Fire Castle Productions

Best Editing

Palindrome by DC Dogs

Best Directing

Music in the air by Fire Castle Productions

Best Cinematography

Vox Angelica by Captain's Table

Best Sound Design

Music in the air by Fire Castle Productions

Best Musical Score

3 Seconds by The Silver Lakotas

Best Actor

Music in the air by Fire Castle Productions

Best Special Effects

Palindrome by DC Dogs

Best Choreography

Darkness in Shadows by peopleintrees

Best Costumes

Vox Angelica by Captain's Table

Best Use of Character

The Brown Ultimatum by 2CD

Best Use of Prop

Vox Angelica by Captain's Table

Best Use of Line

Seeing or Believing by Mars

2010 Film List

  • 3 Seconds by The Silver Lakotas

    Man obsessed with beating the stock market discovers he can shift time not realizing the price.

  • Darkness in Shadows by peopleintrees

    A boy´s curiosity leads him to the unknow world of the shadows

  • Music in the air by Fire Castle Productions

    The untold story of Hansfree, an air band

  • Palindrome by DC Dogs

    A man pushed to his limits, takes matters into his own hands to get a little peace and quiet.

  • Seeing or Believing by Mars

    A young woman seeks to end her relationship with a ghost by calling Ghost Ridders.

  • The Brown Ultimatum by 2CD

    When you're in trouble, there's only one solution. The Brown Ultimatum

  • Vox Angelica by Captain's Table

    A priest without faith finds hope in the voice of a silent singer.


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