Andre Ray's 'Elevated Remedies,' wins Film Challenge Detroit 2017

Nabil Nona and Anetria Cole also win awards

Thank you everyone for participating in Film Challenge Detroit 2017!

This year’s Grand Prize winner was "Elevated Remedies," by Andre Ray, who received a trip for four to the Sundance Film Festival and a $1,000 cash prize. 

The runner-up was "Consequences," by Nabil Nona, who received a $1,000 cash prize.

And the People’s Choice Winner was "Street Numbers & Street Sweepers," by Anetria Cole, who received a GoPro HD. 

Watch all three winning films below. 

We received over 60 amazing entries and a committee whittled down the field to a Top 10. 

From those top 10 films viewers voted for their favorite on Click On Detroit, and a panel of judges picked their favorites to win the grand prize.

The top prize and runner up were determined by a 3 judge panel including Devin Scillian, Tati Amare, and Greg Russell.

Winner - Andre Ray - Elevated Remedies

As a man prepares to shoot himself he notices another man about to jump off a building and intervenes.

Runner up - Nabil Nona – Consequences

We shot this film in Sterling Heights & Madison Heights, Michigan. Amazing local talent from the producers, writer, DP, sound engineer, editor, and an exceptional cast, I was honored to produce & direct this short. This short is about an autistic son who is one more burden to a father whose sole goal is money to feed his unwholesome habits. Dad formulates a wicked plan to have his son mistakenly killed by zealous police. As dad watches, the police close on the innocent.

People's Choice Award winner - Anetria Cole - Street Numbers & Street Sweepers

Street Numbers & Street Sweepers is the story of the 1920's African-American Numbers racket in Pontiac and Black Bottom Detroit ran by the Evans family. The family earns money in a way that some in the community disagree with. But is their way of getting money good? Or is it evil? Story created by Anetria Cole.