Dallas, Texas October 2 - 4, 2020

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 Breakfast House Chef Productions for winning Best Film of 2020. Their film The Whisper in the Woods will go on to represent Dallas against all the other city winners around the world at Filmapalooza 2021.


1st Place: Best Film of 2020

The Whisper in the Woods by Breakfast House Chef Productions

Required Elements

  • Character: Lloyd or Lorelei Hart, a student
  • Prop: Hand sanitizer
  • Line: ""I don't think that's what it means. OR "I do not think that is what it means.""

2020 Film List

  • 2.47 by Silver Snake Studio

    repression

  • 6:21 by Twisted15

    A group of young believers set out to save their teacher from a terrorist organization and try to deal with the possibility of a traitor among them.

  • A Mime to Kill by Team 1

    Don't call the mime... ever. He might just snap at you.

  • Liquor Treat by Dallas Rams

    A high schooler's first Halloween party doesn't go as planned.

  • Pure Hands by BEwin

    Girl goes to acting job finding something more than her career.

  • slap by kotapati productions

    A great realization and complete change over of a student who is having some unhealthy and wired habits to a healthy and responsible individual

  • Switch by Brothers In Film

    I don't think that's what it means.

  • TACO-VERSE by 6 o'clock films

    Tacos: Universally loved, parallel universally sought.

  • The 25 Crimes of Lloyd Hart by Complinko

    You can always count on your buddy.

  • The Monkey Zone by The Mystagogues

    A young man makes a plea to Mother Nature to save his father.

  • The Whisper in the Woods by Breakfast House Chef Productions

    A young witch coming to terms with her powers is hunted by a silent enemy - they call him the Dark Whisper. When the two cross paths, their fates are put on the line.

  • The Wolf by 917 Media House

    A young boy's growing understanding of the world spoils his childhood fantasy forcing him to to take on a personal responsibility.

  • Where ya headed by Mt. Capricorn production

    Frustrated with life by taking the highway


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