Key Dates

  • 2015 Competition is now open
  • Closing date
    30 June 2015
  • Festival
    3 October 2015

News

New for 2015!

Collaboration with Wimbledon Bookfest

This year we are really pleased to be running the Wimbledon International Short Film Festival alongside Wimbledon BookFest!
(www.wimbledonbookfest.org)

wimbledonbookfest

Collaboration with Curzon Home Cinema

Also, this year we are providing a really exciting opportunity for filmmakers.
All shortlisted films will be considered (with agreement of filmmaker) for screening on Curzon Home Cinema, a subsidiary of Curzon World (www.curzonworld.com).
This is a fantastic opportunity for filmmakers to promote their film to a wider audience and even earn some money - all revenue earned goes to filmmakers.

So 2015 is terrific year to submit your film to Wimbledon International Short Film Festival!

 

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Wimbledon International Film Festival!

Best London Filmmaker (sponsored by Curzon Home Cinema)
Catch
Directed by Jennifer Sheridan & Matthew Markham

Best Animation
Ed
Director Gabriel Garcia

Best Student Film
Frogboy
Director Jehan Madhani

Best Experimental (sponsored by Marcus Beale, Architects)
One Man Eight Cameras
Director Naren Wilks

Best Film (sponsored by Wimbledon Film Club)
El Beso
Director Dir. Carlos G Davila

Audience Award (voted for on the night)
El Beso
Director Dir. Carlos G Davila

A Big thank you to all the talented filmmakers who submitted films to the 2014 Wimbledon International Film Festival.


2014 judges

  • Lila Rawlings: Executive Producer and Development Producer, Left Bank Pictures
  • Andrew Pulver: Film Editor, The Guardian
  • Manu Luksch: artist and filmmaker
  • Dominic Buttimore: director, Th1ng Animation
  • Nick Brimble, actor
  • Derek Malcolm: Film critic
  • Avie Luthrie: BAFTA-nominated film director ("Mad, Sad and Bad")
  • Julia Blackman, owner, Bright Blue Films
  • Ailsa Ferrier, Content and Acquisitions Manager, Curzon Home Cinema
  • Nick Toon, Vice President, UK Public Policy, Time Warner