Philadelphia, Pennsylvania April 24 - 26, 2015

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 Super Bathing Attitude for winning Best Film of 2015. Their film Gil will go on to represent Philadelphia against all the other city winners around the world at Filmapalooza 2016.


1st Place: Best Film of 2015

Gil by Super Bathing Attitude

2nd Place: Best Film of 2015

Space Available by Meatball Posse

Required Elements

  • Character: Billie or Brandon Langevin, Advertising Executive
  • Prop: a key
  • Line: "Just do it yourself."

Audience Favorite: Group A

Unlocked by Scrambled Egg Films

Audience Favorite: Group B

Siblings by Pennsylvania People

Best Writing

Tim and Jan by PHILM IT

Best Editing

Gil by Super Bathing Attitude

Best Cinematography

Gil by Super Bathing Attitude

Best Sound Design

The Countdown by Red Dorsel Films

Best Musical Score

The Devil of Eastwood by Weirdly Rare

Best Acting

Gil by Super Bathing Attitude

Best Graphics

The Countdown by Red Dorsel Films

Best Special Effects

Space Available by Meatball Posse

Best Costumes

Space Available by Meatball Posse

Best Use of Character

The Gray Ghost by Roxbro Films

Best Use of Prop

Gil by Super Bathing Attitude

Best Use of Line

Unlocked by Scrambled Egg Films

2015 Film List

  • Billie On The Spot by Reel Prop Productions

    One man overcomes a traumatic event, and vows never to let this happen to anyone else on his watch.

  • Cinco de Muerte by GreyKit Media

    It's Cinco de Mayo and there's a killer on the loose. Cinco De Muerte.

  • Closure by Bruh Films

    Detective Sam Neilson crosses the line to catch a child sexual predator and find his closure.

  • Deep End by Bleeding Gums Productions

    A man's inner turmoil between work and his family.

  • Expedition Truth by Ectropy Arts

    A tv presenter gets more than he bargained for when the artifact-of-the-week turns out to be real.

  • Frayed by Your Entertainment Hub

    Brandon Langevin is stuck in an unsatisfying marriage, and struggles with his own morality.

  • Ghost of A Chance by 16 Lloyd Productions

    A ghost plagues the potential sale of an abandoned building.

  • Gil by Super Bathing Attitude

    A young man trying to find fulfillment struggles with his new theater job and strange boss.

  • Le poisson invisible by spoonfullofpoo.com

    Being invisible ain't no kind of future.

  • Missing by Mosleyfilms

    After his friend goes missing, one man must discover the location of his friend and much more.

  • Shovel Buddy by Kid Phantom Productions

    To what lengths would you go for your best friend?

  • Siblings by Pennsylvania People

    A brother and sister prepare for a dinner together.

  • Space Available by Meatball Posse

    In space, selling ad space in space leads to a dangerous altercation with a space alien. In space.

  • The Book of Eve by Wilmington Film Mob

    An Ad-executive gets into awkward situation when he gives a call to an escort, THE EVE

  • The Countdown by Red Dorsel Films

    Brothers argue over the best course of action as a timer representing the world's end nears zero.

  • The Devil of Eastwood by Weirdly Rare

    Billie must wrestle with his demons to seize an opportunity.

  • The Gray Ghost by Roxbro Films

    The past shapes the future

  • Tim and Jan by PHILM IT

    A friendship between a man and a woman is put to the test when an anniversary dinner party goes awry

  • Unlocked by Scrambled Egg Films

    Ad Executive reaches deep within to find his creative potential

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