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  C47Houston News and Entertainment Magazine's

Best "Made in Houston" Project for 2011

 

 

 

Since we started our publication back in January of 2008 we have seen a lot of filmmakers come and go. With them, they took their films into obscurity or, if they were lucky, they have moved on to make bigger and better movie or Television projects.

In September of 2012 in association with the 14th Annual 2012 Gulf Coast Film & Video Festival  we "recognized" the Best "Made in Houston" Independent TV/Film for 2011.  It was a huge success. In early December of 2011, we put a call out for nominations on our F**ebook, Twitter and Linkedin accounts, as well as our other social network accounts. And, Houston Movie makers submitted their films for one of the hard and most exclusive contest IN HOUSTON. 

All films/TV projects must have been MADE in the Houston Metroplex and Greater area AND Released for public consumption in 2011.

The Films were assessed for Qualification, viewed by our team and a vote was cast for Best 2011 "Made in Houston" Independent TV/Film Project.

Using the stringent TSIRS we will pick the best film in several categories and recognize those films as the

Best "Made in Houston" Independent Film/Project for 2011

 

 

Nominated Projects as of December 31st, 2011

 

Features:

Steven Katz's "Deadbeat ClubTV Vol 2"

http://www.deadbeatclubtv.com/?p=1311

Travis Ammons' "The Great American Moon Rock Caper"

See clip only on Facebook (Click Here)

Travis Ammons' "Suicide Notes"

http://youtu.be/W7uxVy0GrHc

Hank Schyma and Johnny Falstaff's "Honky Tonk Blood"

http://www.honkytonkblood.com/Trailer.html

David Quintana's "Ghosties: The Witches Spell"

http://www.secretofangelika5.com/ghosties.html

Larry Carrell's "Jacob"

http://www.odysseepictures.com/?page_id=184

Tom Martino's "Race Wars: The Remake"

http://youtu.be/R70AtYosM3o

Jason Shutt's "Loop"  (Winner)

Music Videos:

Sean Duke's "Catastrophic Skies" (Winner)

http://youtu.be/RHCPggHIuqw

Nick Urbano's "Stalker"

http://youtu.be/2t7-LvTwPWw

Documentary Features:

Alex Luster's "Stick 'em Up" (Winner)

http://stickemupmovie.com/

 

Shorts:

Michael and Samuel Allmons' "Live and Let Live"

video not available

Nick Mann's "Kidfellas" 

see video (Click Here)

Wayne Slaten's "Persistence of Vision"

video not available

Wayne Slaten's "Cold War" (Winner)

see video only on Facebook (Click Here)

Adam White's "Till The Day I Die"

see video only on Facebook (Click Here)

Chuck Norfolk's "Princess"

http://youtu.be/aT9YJLtjwoo

Chuck Norfolk's "Garage Band: a Mini Musical"

http://youtu.be/I1sOw5jMbes

Jeff Brewer's "Simulation 9" (Winner)

video not available

Jason Clemons' "Imbalanced"

http://vimeo.com/30345487

Scott Jacob's "Benjamin"

http://vimeo.com/29226071

Mary Bly's "Awaken"

http://vimeo.com/29767615

Mary Bly's "A Lovely Afternoon"

http://vimeo.com/25304548

Jon Seabreak's "Asesinas"

http://www.tunesbaby.com/yt/?x=f3itJGjasn0

Chris Spisak's "Lawn Wars"

http://youtu.be/tWK-mYMW0Yk

Jesse Young's "FreeDoom: A Monologue by Stephen Paul" (Winner)

see the video: (Click Here) enter PW: L6N8zy8MlXFy3Ey

Nick Urbano's "Plushicity"

http://youtu.be/KQkdp_9orWM

Victor DiGiovanni's "Creating a Monster"

See video only on F**ebook (Click here)

 

C47Houston News & Entertainment Magazine's 

Best "Made in Houston" Independent Film/Project for 2011:

(see the PICTURES)

Best Feature Film: 

Jason Shutt's "Loop"

Best Short Film: 3-Way Tie (in Alphabetical order)

Wayne Slaten's "Cold War"

Jesse Young III's "FreeDoom: A Monologue by Stephen Paul"

Jeff Brewer's "Simulation 9"

Best Music Video:

Director Sean Duke's "Catastrophic Skies" 

Best Documentary

Directors Alex Luster and Tony Reyes' "Stick 'Em Up"

 

All winning films were Automatically entered into the 2012 Gulf Coast Film & Video Festival for consideration.

 

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