Wimbledon International Short Film Festival

2018 Award Winners

15.10.18 | WISFF 2018

2018 Award Winners

 Last night we held the Wimbledon International Short Film Festival 2018.

A huge congratulations to all the award winners.

Best Film – For Sale

2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners

A woman named Naghmeh moves to Tehran to sell her baby but can she go through with her choice…. 

Director / Writer / Producer – Ali Banaiyan
Iran

Best London Filmmaker – Sketch

2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners

It’s an average day in an unassuming courtroom in 1979 when Anne, a courtroom illustrator, gets her world turned upside-down as a convict, and the love of her life, Simon, enters the room and she plunges into a world of her wildest dreams.

Writer / Director / Producer – Peter Lee Scott
Producer – Barbara Nanna

 

Best International Film – Denise

2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners

Denise is a teenager obsessed by what people think of her. Aware of being constantly observed by a camera, she exposes herself to the viewer in a fierce and provocative way. 

Writer / Director – Rossella Inglese
Producers – Federico Lami & Massimiliano Zanin
Italy

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Best Animated Film – Augenblicke

2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners

Three perceptions of only one truth – hers, his and ours.

Director – Kiana Naghshineh
Germany

 

Best Documentary – One Breath

2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners

An immersive insight into the life of freedivers Eusebio and Christina Saenz De Santamaria as they attempt to set a new world record.

Director / Producer – Sebastian Solberg
UK

 

Best Student Film – Laymun

2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners

The story of a gardener in a Middle Eastern war zone, fighting the destruction around her with life-giving plants.

Writers / Directors / Producers – Catherine Prowse & Hannah Quinn
Kingston University, UK

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Audience Award – Edek

2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners
2018 Award Winners

An 85 year old Holocaust survivor named Janine and a young American rapper named Kapoo collaborate to deliver a Hip Hop message to the youth of the world. A poignant and uniquely challenging fusion of prose, music and rap. For the first time, one of the world’s darkest stories is told in an entirely new way.

Writer / Director – Malcolm Green
Producers – Marc Cave & Sara Huxley