Wimbledon International Short Film Festival

Wimbledon International Short Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing new and innovative work in film and video from around the world. Whether your film is narrative driven, animated or documentary, we’re looking for films that challenge or shift the boundaries of conventional filmmaking – just as long as it’s under 15 minutes!

The 2017 WISFF competition is now closed for submissions, please check back later this year for our opening date for the 2018 competition.

The 2017 festival took place on Saturday 7 October 2017 in conjunction with Wimbledon Bookfest and was hosted by The Guardian film critic Xan Brooks

In top ten list of top UK short film festivals 2016 (Metro news)

Wimbledon International Short Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing new and innovative work in film and video from around the world. Whether your film is narrative driven, animated or documentary, we’re looking for films that challenge or shift the boundaries of conventional filmmaking – just as long as it’s under 15 minutes!

2017 Winners

THE FULL STORY
Director DAISY JACOBS

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LIGHT SIGHT
Director SEYED M. TABATBAEI

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A LITTLE GREY
Director SIMON HEWITT & STEVE SMITH

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THE RESIDUE OF A RELATIONSHIP
Director BRETT CHAPMAN

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XAMARIM
Director BALINT RAFAEL KELEN

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BLOOD SHED
Director JAMES MORAN

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The winners were decided by the below panel of judges

Actor

Nick Brimble

Actor
Executive Producer

Dominic Buttimore

Executive Producer
Media Consultant, Memini

Fiona Clarke-Hackston

Media Consultant, Memini
Development Editor, Film4

Celine Coulson

Development Editor, Film4
Artist and Filmmaker

Manu Luksch

Artist and Filmmaker
BAFTA-nominated Film Director ("Mad, Sad and Bad")

Avie Luthrie

BAFTA-nominated Film Director (“Mad, Sad and Bad”)
Executive Producer, Left Bank Pictures

Lila Rawlings

Executive Producer, Left Bank Pictures & Script Consultant
Head of Distribution Lionsgate

Matt Smith

Head of Distribution Lionsgate
Vice President, UK Public Policy, Time Warner

Nick Toon

Vice President, UK Public Policy, Time Warner

The 2017 WISFF competition is now closed for submissions, please check back later this year for our opening date for the 2018 competition.

The 2017 festival took place on Saturday 7 October 2017 in conjunction with Wimbledon Bookfest and was hosted by The Guardian film critic Xan Brooks

In top ten list of top UK short film festivals 2016
Metro news

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Thank you to our kind sponsors

2017 Winners

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THE FULL STORY
Director DAISY JACOBS

Home
Home

LIGHT SIGHT
Director SEYED M. TABATBAEI

Home
Home

A LITTLE GREY
Director SIMON HEWITT & STEVE SMITH

Home
Home

THE RESIDUE OF A RELATIONSHIP
Director BRETT CHAPMAN

Home
Home

XAMARIM
Director BALINT RAFAEL KELEN

Home
Home

BLOOD SHED
Director JAMES MORAN

Home

The winners were decided by the below panel of judges

Actor

Nick Brimble

Actor
Executive Producer

Dominic Buttimore

Executive Producer
Media Consultant, Memini

Fiona Clarke-Hackston

Media Consultant, Memini
Development Editor, Film4

Celine Coulson

Development Editor, Film4
Artist and Filmmaker

Manu Luksch

Artist and Filmmaker
BAFTA-nominated Film Director ("Mad, Sad and Bad")

Avie Luthrie

BAFTA-nominated Film Director (“Mad, Sad and Bad”)
Executive Producer, Left Bank Pictures

Lila Rawlings

Executive Producer, Left Bank Pictures & Script Consultant
Head of Distribution Lionsgate

Matt Smith

Head of Distribution Lionsgate
Vice President, UK Public Policy, Time Warner

Nick Toon

Vice President, UK Public Policy, Time Warner
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Thank you to our kind sponsors

“It is a very beautiful festival, that supports young independent filmmakers.”

Juliana Orea, director of the 2016 Best Film winner In The Parking Lot.

“It is a very beautiful festival, that supports young independent filmmakers.”

Juliana Orea, director of the 2016 Best Film winner In The Parking Lot.