Austin, Texas June 24 - 26, 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 Invenio for winning Best Film of 2011. Their film No Record will go on to represent Austin against all the other city winners around the world at Filmapalooza 2012.


1st Place: Best Film of 2011

No Record by Invenio

2nd Place: Best Film of 2011

The End by Focus Challenged

3rd Place: Best Film of 2011

The Withers by RAS Productions

Required Elements

  • Character: Kevin or Katie Withers, Soccer Coach
  • Prop: a purse
  • Line: "Don't tell me what to do."

Audience Favorite: Group A

No Record by Invenio

Audience Favorite: Group B

The Withers by RAS Productions

Audience Favorite: Group C

Wanted by Arts+Labor

Best Writing

Wanted by Arts+Labor

Best Editing

Proxy by From The Top Turnbuckle

Best Directing

The End by Focus Challenged

Best Cinematography

The Walker by Cat People Films

Best Sound Design

No Record by Invenio

Best Musical Score

Petting Zoo by Camposcuro

Best Acting

The End by Focus Challenged

Best Graphics

The Loot by Eastside Arthouse

Best Special Effects

No Record by Invenio

Best Costumes

The Real Realm by Brainwashateria

Best Use of Character

The Walker by Cat People Films

Best Use of Prop

RAAAM by Mishnoon

Best Use of Line

Tony Seven by Dingoman Productions

2011 Film List

  • No Record by Invenio

    In this near future dystopia, a grieving father goes to desperate lengths to erase the pain.

  • Petting Zoo by Camposcuro

    Kelly's birthday features a puppet show

  • Proxy by From The Top Turnbuckle

    A man's health quickly and unexplainably begins to deteriorate over the course of a few short days.

  • RAAAM by Mishnoon

    A crew follows a women's group led by one mysterious spiritual deity whose rituals borderline between hoax and genuine enlightenment.

  • The End by Focus Challenged

    My name is Conrad

  • The Loot by Eastside Arthouse

    It's all about getting the girl (and the diamond)

  • The Real Realm by Brainwashateria

    In a realm where soccer is scorned, one girl must take on her dysfunctional family and travel to another world in order to live out her dreams.

  • The Walker by Cat People Films

    A wornout super hero gets a second chance at fighting crime thanks to the help of his grandaughter

  • The Withers by RAS Productions

    Kevin Wither kills Katie Wither and can't rid of the body

  • Tony Seven by Dingoman Productions

    Don't tell him what to do...

  • Wanted by Arts+Labor

    Detective/cop short about two female cops on a stakeout


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