Port Orange Govt. TV Announces the 2015 Film Festival Winners

First Place

Second Place Place
Port Orange Government TV (pogTV) is proud to announce the winners of the 8th annual pogTV Film Festival.

First place went to the film "Yesterday's Affections" by filmmakers Grant Godbee, Wayne Thweatt and Siobhan Guest from Mainland High School. The first place winners receive $150.00 and an award. The judging was based on creativity, technical merit, production abilities, and concept.

Second Place went to filmmaker Olivia Williams from Deltona High School with her film "Teacher's First Day." The filmmaker will receive a $50.00 cash prize and an award.

Now these two films compete for the 2015 Overall pogTV Film Festival Winner title via a week-long online vote. You can place your vote by selecting a film below and clicking the "Vote for Film!" button. Voting ends on Friday, August 28, 2015, at 11:00 p.m.

The festival recognizes Bright House Networks for their community spirit, and serving as this year's pogTV Film Festival grant sponsor. Congratulations to the winners, and thank you to all the filmmakers who participated.

Thank you to our Film Festival Sponsor
Bright House Networks
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Below are the final voting results for this year's Film Fest.
Film Title Filmmaker(s) School Votes Percentage
Yesterday's AffectionsGrant Godbee, Wayne Thweatt, Siobhan GuestMainland High School175
Teacher's First DayOlivia WilliamsDeltona High School62
Total Number of Votes: 237  

2014 Film Festival Winners

"Howling, Interlude"
1st Place 2014 pogTV Film Festival
Filmmaker: Remy Valdez from Deltona High School

"Copyright, Perfect Shade of Grey"
2nd Place 2014 pogTV Film Festival
Filmmaker: Grant Godbee from Mainland High School


2013 Film Festival Winners

"Hued" 1st Place 2013 pogTV Film Festival

"Howling" 2nd Place 2013 pogTV Film Festival

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