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1st Place Winner
First Place: "How to Rob a Bank"

2nd Place Winner
Second Place: "The Eyes That Watch Your Home"

3rd Place Winner
Third Place: "Prodigy"

Audience Favorite Winner
Audience Favorite: "Conscience Makes Cowards"

2012 Film Festival Lineup (listed alphabetically):

"Breather"
Chris Ranker
Runtime: 13 minutes, 28 seconds
Synopsis: When her relationship with a man ends in a vicious fight, a girl packs her bags and heads down the road with no goal in sight. They both must discover how to cope without the other. A long-form music video for Murfreesboro's Turtle Bangs, spanning three songs.

"Conscience Makes Cowards"
Ryan Rehnborg
Runtime: 6 minutes, 56 seconds
Synopsis: Shakespeare's most renowned soliloquy plays out as a debate between the multiple identities that comprise one homeless man's consciousness.

"The Day That David Ray Logan Escaped From the Prentiss County Jail"
David Perault
Runtime: 6 minutes, 9 seconds
Synopsis: Local bus driver Paul Duncan eulogizes Sheriff Bill Cunningham's life while explaining the day that convicted felon David Ray Logan escaped from the Prentiss County Jail.

"Door Prize"
David Edwards
Runtime: 4 minutes
Synopsis: Overanxious Daniel attempts to propose to girlfriend Tonya while facing a barrage of annoying distractions and interruptions.

"Epic Flag Football"
David Perault
Runtime: 3 minutes, 10 seconds
Synopsis: A short video that started as a promotional video for World Outreach Church. In the end this is a video about one team trying to win an epic game of flag football.

"The Eyes That Watch Your Home"
David Perault
Runtime: 6 minutes, 13 seconds
Synopsis: A 54 hour film festival entry. The personified camera explains his perspective on humanity while examining the life of a child, food, young love, stress, and addiction.

"How to Rob a Bank"
Zack Eagles
Runtime: 8 minutes
Synopsis: Two friends discuss ways to rob a bank

"Primitive"
Phillip Dixon
Runtime: 28 minutes, 33 seconds
Synopsis: When Paul Dodson loses everything he has, he begins living a primal life-style and starts a cult following.

"Prodigy"
Michelle Israel
Runtime: 29 minutes, 40 seconds
Synopsis: Ashton Brooks had it all: a loving family, a beautiful girlfriend, and he was on track to earn a degree in one of the top universities in the country. It all changed when he was presented with an opportunity to have everything he ever dreamed of; but his ill advised and reckless decisions shattered his life.

"Status"
Jarrod Brown
Runtime: 8 minutes, 17 seconds
Synopsis: A nervous young man prepares to move his relationship forward in today's tech world.

"Sunday Morning"
William Foglesong
Runtime: 2 minutes, 52 seconds
Synopsis: A brief love story narrative involving a note.