Tampa, Florida August 15 - 17, 2014

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 Helix / Starcomb / Shooter for winning Best Film of 2014. Their film Nana will go on to represent Tampa against all the other city winners around the world at Filmapalooza 2015.


1st Place: Best Film of 2014

Nana by Helix / Starcomb / Shooter

2nd Place: Best Film of 2014

Spin Cycle by Lunch Crew

3rd Place: Best Film of 2014

RED by This Oyster

Required Elements

  • Character: Andrew or Andi Tracey, Children's Books Author
  • Prop: a membership card
  • Line: "You don't remember me, do you?" (or "You do not remember me, do you?")

Audience Favorite: Group A

From The Page to The Stage: The Andrew Tracey Story by Bridgepoint Productions

Audience Favorite: Group B

Nana by Helix / Starcomb / Shooter

Best Writing

Nana by Helix / Starcomb / Shooter

Best Editing

The Interview by Spiderflix

Best Directing

Ricky Perrone RED by This Oyster

Best Cinematography

The Interview by Spiderflix

Best Sound Design

Spin Cycle by Lunch Crew

Best Actor

Richard Coppinger Sunny & Kitten Get Ice Cream by Ducks in a Row Productions

Best Actress

Pat Fisher Nana by Helix / Starcomb / Shooter

Best Graphics

The Lonely Man by Good Enough Films

Best Special Effects

SubCore by Prodotank

Best Choreography

From The Page to The Stage: The Andrew Tracey Story by Bridgepoint Productions

Best Costumes

The Contributors of Children's Knowledge by Conjugal Donkey

Best Use of Character

Sunny & Kitten Get Ice Cream by Ducks in a Row Productions

Best Use of Prop

Executive Order | The Freedom Card by Master's Mind Media

Best Use of Line

Seeing Each Other by Point-5 Productions

Creepiest Scene

Monster by Bright Idea Media Group

Biggest Supporter (Screening Group A)

From The Page to The Stage: The Andrew Tracey Story by Bridgepoint Productions

Strangest Noise

We are the Dumas Family by Nukkad-USA Productions

Best Crib

Spin Cycle by Lunch Crew

Best Looking Cast

Setting Andrew Free by Caligula films

Biggest "WTF" Moment

tenderoni by everybody is famous

Best "Adult" Film

The Contributors of Children's Knowledge by Conjugal Donkey

2014 Film List

  • Drawn To Life by Monkey Mind Movies

    Lonely, socially awkward children's book author seeks to find love and finds the courage to embark o

  • Executive Order | The Freedom Card by Master's Mind Media

    An new all-in-one membership for everything people do is now law.

  • Frenemies by 3(c) Productions

    Frenemies is a dark comedy of how a misunderstanding can led to murder.

  • From The Page to The Stage: The Andrew Tracey Story by Bridgepoint Productions

    Do you just give up on your dreams when adversity strikes or do you listen for God?

  • Monster by Bright Idea Media Group

    What would you do for love?

  • Mr.FliddeSticks by The Harpers

    A struggling Childern's book is surprised when her creation has come to life

  • Nana by Helix / Starcomb / Shooter

    Nana's got a secret.

  • RED by This Oyster

    A bleak noir reinterpretation of "Little Red Riding Hood" as told by a nefarious children's author

  • Seeing Each Other by Point-5 Productions

    Everyone has a story

  • Setting Andrew Free by Caligula films
  • Spin Cycle by Lunch Crew

    A young man struggles to overcome the accidental death of his sister.

  • SubCore by Prodotank

    A children's author uses a machine to project his imagination and get ideas

  • Sunny & Kitten Get Ice Cream by Ducks in a Row Productions

    A celebrated children's author seeks to remake his life by traveling to 1974.

  • Surviving Swampaloe by FITUMI

    Snooty kids try to survie their camping trip via glamping

  • tenderoni by everybody is famous

    a spoof on romance

  • The Contributors of Children's Knowledge by Conjugal Donkey

    The Children's Organization for the Care of Kids

  • The Interview by Spiderflix

    You don't remember me do you?

  • The Lonely Man by Good Enough Films

    The Lonely Man was very sad...until he met Johnny

  • True Fiction by Majesty Film Group

    Moronic crime boss loses his power to an ambitious writer he hired

  • Untitled by Cheese Poetry

    Write what you know.

  • We are the Dumas Family by Nukkad-USA Productions

    No matter what, at the end of day, we are family


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