Mission

The  Los Angeles Movie Awards mission is to celebrate Independent Motion Picture and Literary Arts by providing a platform for filmmakers and writers to have an opportunity to be awarded for their work. 


Welcome to the 2016 Los Angeles Movie Awards. The LAMA offers more than just a handful of award possibilities.  We pride ourselves in providing a wide variety of  award opportunities between our 10 categories.   Not only will filmmakers have a higher chance of landing an award,  they also will not be at risk of jeopardizing their world premiere status with other festivals.  Films that are selected to screen with us will have the opportunity to opt out of their screening while still maintaining their award/s if there is a conflict with another festival or event.  At that point, the next runner up will move in to the screening spot. “Best” films of each category will be guaranteed a screening spot and will have the opportunity to win our Audience Choice Award. Official selections and honorable mentions will also have the opportunity to win the Audience Choice Award.  All winners will receive award certificates. Films submitted through withoutabox.com will receive a stress free IMDB tittle page for their projects.


Fall 2016

Call For Entries

Now Open

Experimental

(Films that do not follow a traditional narrative format

that are under 90 minutes, all genres)


Animation

(Animated films that are under 50 minutes, all genres)


Music Video

(Music Videos that are under 30 minutes, all genres)


Scripts

Film, Stage, Television and commercials of any length,

all genres)

Samuel Jackson

Best Voice-over

Previous LAMA Winners

Daniel Baldwin

Best Supporting Actor

Ron Howard

Best Short Film

Sandra Oh

Best Voice-over

Hayden Christensen

Best Voice-over

Michael Jai White

Best Fight Choreography

Rossana Arquette

Best Actress

Bryce Dallas Howard

Best Director

Anna Chlumsky

Best Supporting Actress

Malcom McDowell

Best Actor

Categories


Narrative Features

(Films that are 40 minutes and over, all genres)


Narrative Shorts

(Films that are 40 minutes and under, all genres)


Documentary Features

(Documentaries 40 minutes and over, all topics)


Documentary Shorts

(Documentaries 40 minutes and under, all topics)


Student

(Student made films that are 60 minutes and under,

all genres)


International

(Films made outside of the U.S.A That are 120

minutes and under,  all genres)


(From left to right) Micaela Femiano-Best Documentary short - “Un Luz: Exploring Article 13”, Matt Beurois-Best International Film - “L'Homme du Passé”, Jeff Lewis - Honorable Mention - “Lie With Me”,  Nicolas Wendl - “Honorable Mention & Best Original Score - “From The Woods”, Cameron McIntyre - Actor - “From The Woods”

*Frank Merle accepts the Audience Choice Award

Final

Deadline

April 29th 2016