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House Special’s ‘Tale of Momentum & Inertia’ Wins One Screen Award

Global short film and video competition for the film and advertising industries recognizes House Special’s ‘A Tale of Momentum & Inertia,’A Girl Named Elastika’ directed by Guillaume Blanchet, and NYOD ‘Long Live New York’ by Y&R New York.

NEW YORK -- The One Club, producers of the prestigious One Show Awards, have announced the winners for the One Screen Film Festival, a global short film and video competition for the film and advertising industries. Winners were honored at the Sunshine Cinema, a Landmark Theatre in New York City's Lower East Side.

One Screen recognized 20 winners in seven film categories and in several film craft and technique categories. Kevin Tenglin won Best of Show for The Gunfighter, which also won in the Narrative category.

A Tale of Momentum & Inertia by House Special, A Girl Named Elastika directed by Guillaume Blanchet, and NYOD “Long Live New York” by Y&R New York each received prizes for animation.

“One Screen nearly doubled in size since last year,” said Jonathan Jirjis, One Screen Producer and One Club Video Producer. “We have almost twice the number of submissions from twice the number of countries. The theater for the screening itself is also more than double the size of last year's. We've gained a lot of momentum, and it shows in the quality of the winners.”

Winners were determined by a jury of filmmakers, including hip-hop legend and producer the RZA; Oscar-winning short film director Joachim Back; Stephanie Riggs, who produced the first-ever feature film released in virtual reality via Oculus Rift; and previous One Screen Best of Show winner Martín Rosete, who is now directing feature films. 

The complete list of winners can be found below. Visit to watch the winning short films.


The Gunfighter, directed by Kevin Tenglin.


Font Men by Dress Code (accepted by Dan Covert and Andrew Andreev)

Distortion of Sound, by kbs+ (accepted by Jon Goldberg, Dennis McKinley, Luz Tejada and Samantha Smeach)

Music Video:

“Magma/The Vein” by Dvein (accepted by Linsk Andrew)

Skrillex “Ragga Bomb” by Egg Films

“Three Olives Vodka Presents: Werewolves of London” by The VIA Agency (accepted by Mary Hanifin, Greg Smith and Elwyn Gladstone)


A Tale of Momentum & Inertia by House Special

A Girl Named Elastika, directed by Guillaume Blanchet

NYOD “Long Live New York” by Y&R New York (accepted by Josh Schikdkraut, Miranda-Gerlock-Dean, Sarah Haroldson and Glen Jacobs)

Branded Content:

#LikeAGirl by Chelsea Pictures (accepted by Chris Fox)

Enhance Your Lighting by BBDO New York (accepted by Anne Lac, Judd Counsell, Michael Aimette, Darbi Fretwell, Peter McCallum and Brandon Fowler)

Under $10,000:

Where Do Lilacs Come From by ULT Film

Reactvertising by John St.


Living Moments, directed by Paul Trillo (accepted by Paul Trillo)

Best Director:

Eliot Rausch for Breathing Underwater (accepted by Cole Webley)

Best Cinematographer:

Uber Content for Move Forward (accepted by Cole Webley)

Guy Soulsby for Devil Makes Work

Best Editor:

Brian Williams for Leonard in Slow Motion (accepted by Brian Williams)

Saatchi and Saatchi Wellness for Gun Diner (accepted by Stu Fink and Mark Pellington)

Best Writer:

Ariel Martin for The iMom

One Screen was created by The One Club to create a forum for creatives in the advertising industry and filmmakers alike to showcase their passion projects. Filmmakers and creatives from 36 countries submitted hundreds of entries.

The One Club, producer of the prestigious One Show and Creative Week, is the world's foremost non-profit organization recognizing creative excellence in advertising and design. The One Show honors the best work across all disciplines, including Advertising, Interactive, Design and Branded Entertainment. Creative Week takes place in New York City every May and is the preeminent festival celebrating the intersection of advertising and the arts.

Source: The One Club

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.