2018 AT&T Film Awards Announces 5th Edition Winners

01/24/2019

Submittable recently partnered with the Fall 2018 AT&T Film Awards to seek out imaginative, undiscovered short films from aspiring creators across the U.S. The 5th Edition of the AT&T Film Awards offered $60k in prizes across categories including Emerging Filmmaker, Spanish Language, Shot on Mobile, VR/AR/MR Project, and Youth, plus a prize for the best film by an underrepresented filmmaker.

The prizewinners for the Fall 2018 AT&T Film Awards come from across the country:

Emerging Filmmakers Awards

  • SELF by Manolo Celi in Brooklyn, NY: 1st place
  • Two Balloons by Mark Smith in Portland, OR: 2nd place
  • Son to Son by Milena Lorch & Nicole Pase in N. Hollywood, CA: 3rd place

Youth Filmmakers Awards

  • We Need to Protect THIS by Ben Summa in Salt Lake City, UT: Protect the Environment Finalist
  • A Realistic Look at Distracted Driving by Maia Vota in Burlington, VT: Distracted Driving Finalist
  • Hello, My Name Is… by Alondra Vega & Maya Estremadoyro in Pembroke Pines, FL: Anti-Bullying Finalist

Underrepresented Filmmaker Award: Committed by Rachel Handler in Jersey City, NJ

Best Spanish Language Short: Chips and Salsa by Martha Rodriguez in San Diego, CA

Best Short – Shot on Mobile: Resilience by Antonio Chavez Trejo in Burbank, CA

Best VR/AR/MR Project: I Am A Man VR Experience by Derek Ham in Cary, NC

View the 2018 AT&T Film Awards’s full announcement and all of the winning films here, and stay tuned for the next edition of the AT&T Film Awards, which will feature new categories and begin accepting submissions in early February.

This announcement was sponsored by Submittable partner AT&T Film Awards, one of the thousands of organizations using our software to host exciting opportunities. Interested in more creative calls? Sign up for our creative opportunities email.

Anna Zumbahlen

Anna Zumbahlen lives in Missoula, where she works behind the scenes at Submittable, teaches poetry in the schools, and edits Carve, a quarterly literary magazine.