The Tribeca Film Festival (TFF), presented by AT&T, is happy to announce the winners of the first-ever “Tribeca Interactive & Interlude: A Music Film Challenge,” created in collaboration with The Lincoln Motor Company via Genero.tv’s global creative community.

From new creators to experienced filmmakers, music film entries that utilized Interlude’s interactive video authoring suite, Treehouse, were submitted from 29 countries around the world. The following winners were chosen by TFF jurors Daniels, Jason Hirschhorn and Judy McGrath, with participation from Damon Albarn and Aloe Blacc: Jakub Romanowicz for Damon Albarn’s “Heavy Seas of Love;” Mohit Israney for Aloe Blacc’s “Ticking Bomb;” and, Máté Szabó for Ellie Goulding’s “Dead in the Water.”

All winning entries are immediately viewable on the Challenge website  through these links:

Damon Albarn’s “Heavy Seas of Love”

Jakub Romanowicz of Poland
Screen Name: cziwonamor

 

Aloe Blacc’s “Ticking Bomb”

Mohit Israney of India
Screen Name: Mohit Israney
 

Ellie Goulding’s “Dead in the Water”

Máté Szabó of Hungary
Screen Name: szabomate90

In the two-month period that entries were open on the Genero website, more than 125 approved music films were created on Treehouse and entered into the Challenge. Each of the three winners will be awarded $10,000, and all will have their interactive music films celebrated at an event on April 17 where Damon Albarn will perform.

The films will also be shown during the Festival at official venues and lounges via interactive kiosks as well as on the Tribeca Online Festival.