2014 Neuro Film Festival

VOTING IS CLOSED

WATCH: 2014 NEURO FILM FESTIVAL VIDEOS

Thank you to everyone who submitted a video into the 2014 Neuro Film Festival. We were amazed by all of the compelling and inspirational stories! Winners will be announced Tuesday, April 29 during the 66th American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.

The Neuro Film Festival aims to raise awareness about the need for why more funding is needed for research into the prevention, treatment, and cure of brain diseases such as Alzheimer's disease, stroke, autism, Parkinson's disease, and multiple sclerosis.

The Neuro Film Festival asked people to submit a video telling their - or a loved one's - story about why more research is needed to find cures for brain disease. Please take a few moments to watch the compelling videos that were submitted this year.

Neuro Film Festival Contest Rules and Guidelines

View the 2014 Neuro Film Festival Rules and Guidelines

View the 2014 Neuro Film Festival Prizes and Judging Criteria

List of Brain and Nervous System Diseases

The views expressed in the films are those of the entrants and do not necessarily represent the views of, and should not be attributed to, the American Brain Foundation and its affiliated organizations.

Neuro Film Festival Press Releases

March 19, 2014

November 11, 2013

October 22, 2013

2013 Neuro Film Festival Winners

GRAND PRIZE
Hope for HumaNS by Suzanne Gazda, San Antonio, TX

RUNNER-UP PRIZE
Epillepsy by Ingrid pfau, Bozeman, MT

FAN FAVORITE AWARD
Little Heroes by Paola Leone, Stratford, NJ

2012 Neuro Film Festival Winners

GRAND PRIZE
The Astronaut's Secret by Zach Jankovic

RUNNER-UP PRIZE
Duchenne with a Future: The Power to Live by Patrick Moeschen

FAN FAVORITE AWARD
Multiple System Atrophy MSA by Paola Vermeer

2011 Neuro Film Festival Winners

GRAND PRIZE
Calling on Her by Amanda Voisard of Syracuse, NY

RUNNER-UP PRIZE
Often Awesome, The Series by Andy Coon of Greensboro, NC

FAN FAVORITE AWARD
Hope and a Clinical Trial to Halt MS by David Bexfield of Albuquerque, NM

2010 Neuro Film Festival Winners

FILMMAKER PRIZE
Tracking Evan: Caring, By the Numbers by Peter von Elling of Falls Church, Virginia.

STORYTELLER PRIZE
CJD, A Personal Story by Shenly Glenn of San Francisco, California.

FAN FAVORITE PRIZE
Tracking Evan: Caring, By the Numbers by Peter von Elling of Falls Church, Virginia.