Join in & get inspired by our two days of international goodness! Check out our programme HERE.
We have been invited to curate an international short film programme for the Albany theatre for their upcoming SKINT WEEKS in February 2017! Reserve your ticket now, join us at Canada Water Culture Space to watch award-winning films and then decide what you want to pay for your ticket. http://bit.ly/2j1Kg0z
I NEED A DOLLAR! screening will depict the relationship between life satisfaction and wealth. Can happiness be bought with cash, or is it just a state of mind?
Short Film* submissions for our 4th edition of the most international short film festival in London (!) are now Open! Visit FilmFreeway for full details.
*You can submit up 3 short films produced after 1st January 2015, up to 15 min long from all around the globe, all genres, all budgets & all cameras used. Festival screening will take place in Autumn 2017 in London (UK), Gdansk (Poland) & other countries TBC.
International, Independent & Inclusive
artwork by our Artist in resident PANG
Out of almost 1000 submissions we’ve selected the best 47 short films that are representing independent, international and inclusive cinema! Join us!
Each year we select top 10 short films with international collaborations. In previous years this programme toured in France, Poland & Brazil. This year we’re kicking off with Gdansk – Poland and two days of screenings at lovely cinema KinoPort at the Contemporary Art Center LAZNIA 2.
15th & 16th October Polish audience will have a chance to vote for their favourite film and watch 2 extra special screenings. Read more here…
Please make a reservation to enjoy this event.
We’re bringing you InShortFF 2016 Opening Gala to Canada Water Culture Space, lovely theatre space tucked in behind the bookshelves of the library.
TOGETHER YET ALONE is a dynamic programme of shorts from all corners of the globe that address the same human phenomena: being alone and feeling someone is there, or loneliness despite companionship.
This programme sees humans, post-humans, and even a rabbit express a familiar urge for freedom. Some souls cannot be caged!
Do we really know what’s going on behind closed doors? 3rd night of InShortFF will open us up to various intimate realities and will portray what moves people boldly through life.
We are bringing the InShortFF Closing Gala to The Cinema Museum in the Victorian magnificence of the old Lambeth Workhouse, where Charlie Chaplin spent time as a child. The Museum’s unique private collection of cinema history and memorabilia, that is the result of a lifelong fascination with cinema-going. t is interesting to look back some of the successes and challenges of the past…
It is interesting to look back some of the successes and challenges of the past, so make sure that you will come early to the InShort Film Festival Closing Gala to have time to look around this atmospherical place. Join us for a double bill of short films portraying what’s complicated in human relations and complexity of a brain.