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May 10th, 2014

2013 Winners

The 12th annual 24-Hour Video Race ended Monday night, May 20, 2013 with teams piled into the Angelika Film Center-Dallas for final judging.

Bart Weiss, Video Association of Dallas’ Artistic Director, said, “I was amazed at the level of creativity in the city from such a diverse group of filmmakers. From nearly every sector of the city, and from various age groups, the ways these makers reinterpreted our prompts were inspiring.”

“It is amazing what can these teams can create in just 24 hours, and it was a tough job for our judges to evaluate them,” Weiss concluded. “There were twice as many high school teams in the past 2 years with 24 teams competing, comprised of more than 125 kids, in the student division, Pixelvision. Some came from as far away as Mansfield.”

The finals judges were broken up in to two shifts this year. The judges for Pixelvision (High School), Futurevision (College) and Auteur (a single member) categories included Casey Gooden, producer of UPSTREAM COLOR and PRIMER; CultureMap Dallas’ associate arts and entertainment editor, Alex Bentley; Steve Alford, president of Alford Media Services, Inc.; and Lee Papert, President and CEO of the Dallas Film Society.

Judging the Guerilla (2-5 members) and Hollywood (6-plus members) categories were Angie Bolling, “Mrs. Robocop” in all three ROBOCOP movies; Erin Prather Stafford, executive producer of the winner of VideoFest 25 Documentary: WONDER WOMEN! THE UNTOLD STORY OF AMERICAN SUPERHEROINES; Ya’ke Smith, award-winning filmmaker of WOLF, and Paul Salfen, Dallas-based editor and media entrepreneur, host of “Drew Pearson Show” on Fox Sports, managing editor of Flavorpill Dallas, and the entertainment and travel editor for ScoreBoard.

The participants had 24 hours to make a video, which was required to include the following elements:

Theme – Recycling

Prop – Phone Book

Line of Dialogue – “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”

Location – B_G: the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau’s new brand campaign recognizing locals as the catalyst behind making “BIG Things Happen in Dallas.”


2013 Dallas 24-Hour Video Race results:


Pixelvision (high school category)

1st: Space Team

2nd: Cinemazing

3rd: The Snowdeckers


Honorable Mentions

Mansfield Film Crew

Team Pistol Poppers


Futurevision (College category)

1st: GDV

2nd: Furious Films

3rd: Atomic Production


Auteur (1-team member category)

1st: Knockaround Guy

2nd: Solera Visuals

3rd: Daddy Daughter Day Off Productions


Guerilla (3-5 Team Members category)

1st: The Fightin’ Cobras

2nd: Strangers With Cameras

3rd: SWAMP


Hollywood (6+ Team Members category)

1st: Panther City Pictures

2nd: 80′s Children

3rd: SmokingCrayolas


Special Directors Prize

Kings & Cults-mobile video

Sinha Creative-music video


Special Mention:

Video Association of Dallas board chair, Jeff Leuschel, was so impressed with Glitter Sandwich’s director Kayla Cesari’s film that Leuschel has offered to sponsor her team next year as their Race Angel. Leuschel compared her work to German New Wave director, Wim Wenders. Kayla’s got accepted into NYU Film School and had this entry for the 2014 Video Race.

Thank You to our 2013 Video Race Sponsors

Video Race Food Sponsor

Jersey Mike’s on Greenville


Major Sponsors:

Texas Commission on the Arts

Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

Dallas Film Commission

Media Sponsors

Speak Pixels

KERA

YouPlusMedia Dallas

Roderick Cordova Photography

Enetimusic Library

Brainfood

Dallas Film Society

Graphic Designers

Rachelle Alfred

Ali Golzad


Race Angels

Sell.com

AMS Pictures

Abernethy Media Professionals, Inc.

The Invisible People

Dallas Producers Association

Alford Media Services

Jim Nugent

Patricia Lodewick

Alicia Chang

Ditore Mayo Entertainment

Half Priced Books


Survival Bag Sponsors

Texas Film Commission

Modern Luxury Magazine

Dallas Film Commission

Moroch

Visit Dallas

KXT

Texas Film Commission

Half Price Books

Jersey Mike’s