Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, Florida July 29 - 31, 2011

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 electroscope for winning Best Film of 2011. Their film '77 will go on to represent Miami/Ft. Lauderdale against all the other city winners around the world at Filmapalooza 2012.


1st Place: Best Film of 2011

'77 by electroscope

Required Elements

  • Character: Andy or Anne Stirling, Journalist
  • Prop: fast food catsup or mustard packet
  • Line: "Say it like you mean it."

Audience Favorite: Group A

Skip Nation by Team Peopleintrees

Best Writing

Skip Nation by Team Peopleintrees

Best Editing

Human Again by McDolfo Media

Best Directing

'77 by electroscope

Best Cinematography

'77 by electroscope

Best Sound Design

Perfect Pair by PROCYON

Best Musical Score

'77 by electroscope

Best Ensemble Acting

Skip Nation by Team Peopleintrees

Honorable Mention
Quantum Soldier by Underlab Studios

Best Graphics

Perfect Pair by PROCYON

Best Special Effects

Human Again by McDolfo Media

Best Choreography

Skip Nation by Team Peopleintrees

Best Costumes

To The Red Moon by Rockin CAM Studios

Best Use of Character

The Hook Up by extreme delray

Best Use of Prop

'77 by electroscope

Best Use of Line

The Upper Hand by Nomad Creative

2011 Film List

  • '77 by electroscope

    A Photo-Journalist in the 70s tracks down his lost love.

  • Human Again by McDolfo Media

    A news journalist is in search of a man with special powers. What she does not realize is that he is right under her nose.

  • Perfect Pair by PROCYON

    Faced with a bad blind date a women utilized all of her talents to create a unique way out.

  • Quantum Soldier by Underlab Studios

    sometimes you need time to save yourself

  • Skip Nation by Team Peopleintrees

    Anne Stirling Journalist informs America with what they need to know today.

  • The Hook Up by extreme delray

    A hungover journalist with a lack of swagger retraces her steps to uncover the details of last night's manhunt.

  • The Upper Hand by Nomad Creative

    a cop awakes to a kidnap and murder scene

  • To The Red Moon by Rockin CAM Studios

    This period piece follows the lives of a quiet neighborhood during the 1950's while examining what was the true source of where information originated before it was given to the general public.


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