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Filmapalooza 2013 Winners

Filmapalooza 2013 Winners

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March 11th, 2013

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The results are out and for those that did not get to attend the festival… fret not. You can still enjoy some of the films or trailers here. Albeit a vast difference in ambiance. But hey, watching a movie within distance of your fridge is pretty comfy. You might get a little frustrated with the lack of subtitles for some films, but that’s the price for not making it there.

The Grand Champion winners, Les Productions avec Volontier are first time 48 filmmakers and the co-directors have been friends for 20 years. For their amazingness the receive USD5,000 in cash including a grip truck package for 1 weekend use valued at USD3,000 and of course, bragging and screening rights at Cannes Film Festival.

 

Best Film
“Jacques Serres” by Les Productions avec Volontiers from Paris

 

Runner Up for Best Film

“Les Dernières Marches” by Les Loups blancs from Lyon

 

Second Runner Up for Best Film

“Past.Tense” by Bench Films from Cape Town

 

Best Directing
“Jacques Serres” by Les Productions avec Volontiers from Paris

Best Writing
“Jacques Serres” by Les Productions avec Volontiers from Paris

Best Cinematography [tie]
“Les Dernières Marches” by Les Loups blancs from Lyon
“Jacques Serres” by Les Productions avec Volontiers from Paris

Best Acting — Ensemble
“Sorry” by Jeroen Houben from Rotterdam (Netherlands)

 

Best Acting — Female Lead
Katerina Pindejovà in “Main Course” by Laska from Prague

 

Best Acting — Male Lead
Doug Powell in “Welcome to the Neighborhood” by Star Wipe Films from Baltimore

 

Best Choreography
“The Crossing” by B & C from Los Angeles

 

Best Graphics
“Eleven 0 One” by Stranger Studios from Denver

 

Best Sound Design
“Advancing Age” by The Big Honkin’ from Washington DC

 

Best Musical
“GoodNewsBurningFire: The Musical” by Little Earth Productions from Dundee (Scotland)

Best Editing
“Les Dernières Marches” by Les Loups blancs from Lyon

Best Special Effects
“Until Death” by Flip Eleven Creative from Milwaukee

 

Best Use of Line
“Where Sheep May Safely Graze” by Trinidad Mustache Films from Albuquerque

 

Best Use of Prop [tie]
“The Pillow-Case” by Guerilla Film Crew from Dubai
“Main Course” by Laska from Prague

 

Best Use of Character
“Welcome to the Neighborhood” by Star Wipe Films from Baltimore

2 Comments

  1. Here’s the link to ‘Sorry’ with English subtitles: https://vimeo.com/54526859

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