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 Planet Thunder Productions for winning Best Film of 2016. Their film Let the Bodies Hit the Floor will go on to represent Oklahoma City against all the other city winners around the world at Filmapalooza 2017.
Why must we do this?
A struggling artist loses her mind.
Two best friends face life after high school
A blind young woman must contend with a mysterious stranger invading her home
A couple face the reality of their troubled relationship during a carousel fantasy journeye
City couple get stranded in a backwoods nightmare.
A cat=loving woman and her cat-hating boyfriend adopt something from the shelter. But is it a cat?
Birthdays aren't always a piece of cake.
When your life is on the line, draw!
A woman's getaway soon comes crashing into reality, as she's forced to deal with a painful memory.
A crew of five fiends meet up with an aggressive drug dealer, an exchange of “goods” goes awry.
A support group gets a visit from a new member who has the oddest of problems to work through.
Some people say her illustrations bring their stories to life...
Two young women struggle with what to do with the dead body of famous illustrator Mark Linderville.
Sometimes we can't see the things right in front of us
A young woman on the verge of transformation goes on a quest to set her mother's ashes to rest.
She did make good macaroni
A step-mom battles an urban landscape and obstacles to defeat the woman who plans to undo her.
Two highschool friends reunite after taking different paths in life
The surprise of a predator that becomes the prey.
In a family fraught with emotional tension, a young boy fights to follow his illustratorial dreams.
After a border town is attacked by a ruthless criminal, a hero must rise.
Science fictional account of the last Christmas Eve on earth.
Johnny tries to make the film he wants while trying to please the executives.
Can a big city cop make the transition to working in a small town?
An aspiring illustrator sees her doodles come to life and helps the course of true love.
A widow struggles to complete her husband's last nocturne.
An illustrator looks to her friends for inspiration for her new graphic novel
At the end of the world... Does it really matter?