London, United Kingdom 7 - 9 October 2016

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 Tea Fuelled for winning Best Film of 2016. Their film The Application will go on to represent London against all the other city winners around the world at Filmapalooza 2017.


1st Place: Best Film of 2016

The Application by Tea Fuelled

2nd Place: Best Film of 2016

White Rabbit by Haribud

Required Elements

  • Character: Henry or Helen Flemming, Connoisseur
  • Prop: headphones
  • Line: "Don't feel that you have to reply." ("Do not feel that you have to reply.")

Audience Favorite: Group A

Caution by West London Films

Audience Favorite: Group B

The Application by Tea Fuelled

Best Writing

White Rabbit by Haribud

Best Editing

Action Hero 101 by Pink Shorts

Best Directing

The Application by Tea Fuelled

Best Cinematography

White Rabbit by Haribud

Best Sound Design

Action Hero 101 by Pink Shorts

Best Actor

Freddie Stewart White Rabbit by Haribud

Best Actress

Nikki Lewkowicz The Application by Tea Fuelled

Best Ensemble Acting

The Stakeout by The Ensemble

Best Special Effects

Action Hero 101 by Pink Shorts

Best Use of Character

Helen Flemming: Drug Connoisseur by Outer Dark Pictures

Best Use of Prop

3.5mm by bigwidepond

Best Use of Line

Paint Job by Another One Productions

Best Use of Genre

72 by Odd Socks

Costume /Art Direction

The Application by Tea Fuelled

2016 Film List

  • 3.5mm by bigwidepond

    A young man uses the serenity of his headphones to block out the world around him.

  • 72 by Odd Socks

    A big decision for a simple space connoisseur

  • A matter of taste by Kazbek Cinema

    two serial killers invite a food connoisseur for dinner

  • Action Hero 101 by Pink Shorts

    What does it take to become a modern day Action Hero?

  • Another Life by Order 67

    A mysterious package grants John a second chance to save his dying wife.

  • Caution by West London Films

    In a hazardous world, a retiring superhero struggles to find his place

  • Christmas Movie by London Filmmaking Collaborative

    Housemates trying to decide what film to watch on Christmas Eve.

  • Closer Than Love by Persei 9

    One man's devotion to love

  • Deathly swallows by The set is burning

    The search for a little thrill that brought something else.

  • Finer Things by Tie-Pin Films

    A young man engrossed by pornography sees his blurred reality fall apart

  • Freshly Ground by Muerte Chunga

    Dont think that you have to reply

  • Friends, Acquaintances and Unfamiliar Ones by Tweed

    when past relations reappear

  • Helen Flemming: Drug Connoisseur by Outer Dark Pictures

    What happens when you're bored of regular, everyday narcotics?

  • Hello Darling by The Culture Conspiracy

    Pour the wine, put on the music, be afraid.

  • I by Abstract

    do not feel that you have to reply

  • Ice, Ice, Maybe?! by Team Gavine

    A man seeks extreme scientific solutions to his nightmares

  • Little friends may prove great friends by MadmanWrackerr

    Survival connoisseur Henry Flemming has a bad day

  • Mourning in Morning by Oaklands

    Good Mourning

  • Paint Job by Another One Productions

    An art robbery ends in creative destruction.

  • Peter by Advance Position Squadrant

    Don't let your dreams be dreams

  • Publympics by LCW

    Who is the greatest Publympian of all time? We'll decide tonight

  • Rabbit by Sorta Kinda Maybe Yeah

    The year is 1999 and the class of '93 aren't the only ones reuniting when Saskia's ex shows up

  • Riding South by Little Alien Productions

    A lost time traveler finds his way to his destiny with a Russian taxi driver.

  • Seeing Henry by Cut, Print It Productions

    Look Closer

  • Souper Dooper! by Live Lens

    Sometimes You Can't See the Superhero In Front of You

  • Spirit by the Sea by RealiTees

    A widowed father takes his grown up daughters on an adventure from their childhood to find the myste

  • Tango by Peaks

    evil trio against washed up detective

  • The Application by Tea Fuelled

    48 hours of bureaucracy

  • The Ne'er Do Wells by Parlance Pictures

    One phone call turns Henry & his clan’s night from a pile of Columbian powder into a catastrophe.

  • The Stakeout by The Ensemble

    Four female detectives stakeout a drug connoisseur.

  • The World is Not an Oeuf by Blabbering Inferno

    A father tells his son a tale of his adventurer mother's heroism

  • White Rabbit by Haribud

    A man is paid an unwelcome visit.

  • Why? by The Long & Short

    A man figuring out a work life balance

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