Honoring the very best in film and video productions.  Our goal is to help you promote your work.  Winter Competition Deadline: March 27, 2015

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Our mission: To provide a spotlight for filmmakers and production companies who are looking for public recognition of their creative efforts.

The Prestige Award represents acknowledgement of the artistic merit of exceptional video productions. Award recipients include producers, directors, actors and all members of the creative team.

We are currently accepting entries into the 2015 award contest, open to all levels of filmmakers... from those looking for professional recognition to those who just want bragging rights!

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Winners' Spotlight ...

 

"One Heart / The Last Generation" - by Russell Lake
Eterne Films - USA
Gold Award for Nonprofit/Fundraising - 2014
Gold Award forViewer Impact:Content/Message Delivery - 2014

Based on the real-life events surrounding a 2008 high school football game, "One Heart" is the amazing story of the players and coaches from Gainesville State School and Grapevine Faith - two groups from diverse backgrounds whose paths cross to create life-changing hope and inspiration for both teams. Two Teams. Two Cultures. One Heart.

"The Last Generation" follows five young men and how their lives have been radically impacted by the One Heart Project.

 

         

The One Heart Project is an activation campaign, attached to the theatrical release of the "One Heart" movie, with the purpose of mobilizing individuals and organizations across America to participate in a movement to impact incarcerated and at-risk youth ages 13-19, in public schools, after school outlets and juvenile justice facilities through two initiatives: 1) a standardized redirection initiative and 2) a standardized reentry initiative.

  "Every Child" - by Tanya Marinyak
HOPE International Development Agency - Laurie Case
, Producer
Satoria Media - CANADA
      2014 Humanitarian Award
Gold Award for Nonprofit/Fundraising - 2014
Gold Award for Direction - 2014

Gold Award for Original Score - 2014
"Life Line for a City" - by Dr. Ing Chris Micallef
Fearless, LLC - MALTA
Gold Award for History/Biographical - 2014
Gold Award for Short Documentary - 2014
Gold Award for Script Writer - 2014

Gold Award for
Special Effects-Animation - 2014
 

"Invisible Scars" - by Johnna Janis & Sergio Myers
Fearless, LLC - USA
Gold Award for Contemporary Issues/Awareness Raising - 2014
Gold Award for Feature Documentary - 2014
Gold Award for Direction - 2014

Every child deserves to be loved, and the opportunity to lead a happy, healthy and successful life. Unfortunately, statistics continue to demonstrate that childhood sexual abuse is rampant in our society. Those children who are innocently victimized by the actions of others carry "invisible scars" and adverse childhood experiences throughout their adult lives. Admittedly, child sexual abuse is difficult for people to talk about. It causes fear, shame, and anxiety, all of which promote silence. Predators rely on that silence to remain undetected and perpetrate their abuse, while imposing a lifetime of suffering on their innocent victims.

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"Spidora, An Eight- Legged Love Story"- by Fred Olen Ray
USA
Silver Award for Short Film/Video - 2014

After weeks of receiving anonymous notes and Shakespearean love sonnets, Spidora, a Side Show performer in Dr. Graves’ Museum of the Weird, finally agrees to meet her secret admirer. Encouraged by the tiny Stella, the Museum’s resident escape artist, and equally disparaged by Roxanne the fire-eater, Spidora nervously waits backstage after the show. 

 

"Finding Finnwich" by Marilyn McCauley
Nelvana Limited - CANADA

Gold Award forChildren/Family Programming - 2013
Gold Award for Direction - 2013
Gold Award for Art Direction - 2013

Detentionaire

Lee was looking forward to his first year of high school... until he was falsely accused of pulling off the biggest prank in high school history and sentenced to one full year of detention. The only problem is Lee is actually innocent...

"The Tal Qadi Stone"by Chris & Maurice Micallef
CMM Productions – MALTA
Gold Award for Short Documentary - 2012
Gold Award for History/Biographical - 2012
Silver Award for Research - 2012
Silver Award for Creativity / Originality - 2012

Qadi StoneSetting SunWatch Trailer

From the same production team that gave us FILFLA, MNAJDRA and 2011 Prestige Award winner THE PHOENICIANS, is another production that deals with the interpretation of the Tal-Qadi stone. This documentary that took two years in the making, offers a detailed analysis and interpretation of this stone that is found at the National Museum in Valletta, Malta. With a script written by Chris Micallef and direction by Chris & Maurice Micallef, this documentary has exclusive footage that shows the sun and moon alignments along the main passage of the Tal-Qadi temple found in the limits of Burmarrad, Malta.

   

 

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