The Faza Brothers' O, Time wins CL Visions 60-Second Video Contest

Runners up: (in random order)
A Product of My Past ? Gregor Knell
A random minute in Tampa ? Andy Herbon
Anxious ?Nicole Abbett
Closer ? Adrian Errico
Half an Hour in Arkansas ? Vincent J Kral
Half Awake ? Brook Eschenroeder and Kristin Eschenroeder
Just Kickin It ? Sean DeGraw
Lloviznas en Mi Barrio ? Gabriel Ramos
Now ? John P
Run ? Daniel Moore
Time Drag ? Greg Reed
The Time Capsule ? Caleb Ekeroth
Time & Memories ? Arianna Dubauskas
Time Travel ? Errol Johnson and Greg Maxwell

  • From "O, Time," the grand prize finisher.

It's amazing how much movie you can pack into 60 seconds. That's what the audience discovered at Friday night's awards screening for the CL Visions 60-Second Video Contest.

Held at the posh Hyde Park Cinebistro as part of the Gasparilla International Film Festival, the screening featured the 25 videos the judges liked the best from the more than 60 entries we received, and CL Associate Editor/Movies & TV Editor Joe Bardi announced the top 10 finishers, including the second and third place videos and the $1,000 Grand Prize winner.

And the winners are…

Grand Prize: O, Time, by The Faza Brothers
Second Place: Family Ties, by Domonic Smith
Third Place: What Movies Are Made of, by Andy Nguyen

The rest of the Top 10 (in alphabetical order by title):
60 Agonizing Seconds — Ryan Wendell Bauer
A Colliding Breath — Mark Farag
A Sixty Second Letter To You — Kevin Contento
Office —Kathleen Bly
There Is Still Time For A Change — Jordan Hicks
Scape — Desiree Moore
Sunrise St. Pete —Eric Hunter

After the jump, read the list of Runners-Up:

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