Wimbledon International Short Film Festival

2011 WINNERS

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Best Film

2011 Winners

Sponsored by Wimbledon Film Club

The Hidden Smile

(El somriure amagat)

Director: Ventura Durall
Writers: Ventura Durall & Miguel Llansó
Country: Spain & Ethiopia

Best Film

2011 Winners

Sponsored by Wimbledon Film Club

The Hidden Smile

Director: Ventura Durall
Writers: Ventura Durall & Miguel Llansó
Country: Spain & Ethiopia

2011 Winners

Full of emotion and heart and some absolutely breath-taking performances from the cast of children and teenagers. Heart- breaking and deeply affecting.

Full of emotion and heart and some absolutely breath-taking performances from the cast of children and teenagers. Heart- breaking and deeply affecting.

Best London Filmmaker

Spin Spun Span

Directors/Animators:
Anne Wilkins & Emily Howells
Country: UK

Best London Filmmaker

Spin Spun Span

Directors/Animators:
Anne Wilkins & Emily Howells
Country: UK

Glorious, charming and very enjoyable.

Glorious, charming and very enjoyable.

Best Student Film

Written In Pencil

Director/Animator:
Yaron Bar
Country: Israel

Best Student Film

Written In Pencil

Director/Animator:
Yaron Bar
Country: Israel

Elusive, mysterious, but gripping and compelling too. And the wavy-line style suited the material

Student Film Highly Commended

‘Procrastination’ by Richard Brooker

Clever and full of charm. A commendation to the film maker who has made something funny and insightful with limited means!

Elusive, mysterious, but gripping and compelling too. And the wavy-line style suited the material

Student Film Highly Commended
‘Procrastination’ by Richard Brooker
Clever and full of charm. A commendation to the film maker who has made something funny and insightful with limited means!

Best Documentary

The Charcoal Burners

Director: Piotr Złotorowicz
Country: Poland

Best Documentary

The Charcoal Burners

Director: Piotr Złotorowicz
Country: Poland

Great cinematography and editing. Touching, tender and sad. Interesting subject matter and fascinating subjects.

Great cinematography and editing. Touching, tender and sad. Interesting subject matter and fascinating subjects.

Best Experimental Film

Sponsored by Marcus Beale Architects 

Falling

Director/Animator:
Adriano Cirulli
Country: Italy
fallingfilm.com

Best Experimental Film

Sponsored by Marcus Beale Architects 

Falling

Director/Animator:
Adriano Cirulli
Country: Italy
fallingfilm.com

Beautiful effecting film, felt like a fresh look at the human body as almost a moving sculpture.

Beautiful effecting film, felt like a fresh look at the human body as almost a moving sculpture.

Best Animated Film

A Morning Stroll

Director: Grant Orchard
Producer: Sue Goffe
Country: UK

Best Animated Film

A Morning Stroll

Director: Grant Orchard
Producer: Sue Goffe
Country: UK

Laugh-out loud funny in a dark, twisted kind of way! Great story telling and technically breath-taking.

Congratulations to Grant Orchard and Sue Goffe for winning the Short animation prize at the Orange British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) and their Oscar nomination!

Laugh-out loud funny in a dark, twisted kind of way! Great story telling and technically breath-taking.

Congratulations to Grant Orchard and Sue Goffe for winning the Short animation prize at the Orange British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) and their Oscar nomination!

Audience Award

Sis

Director/Writer: Deborah Hayward
Producer: Tina Pawlik
Country: UK
sisfilm.co.uk

Audience Award

Sis

Director/Writer: Deborah Hayward
Producer: Tina Pawlik
Country: UK
sisfilm.co.uk

At times funny and charming and at times highly suspenseful.  Thought provoking.

At times funny and charming and at times highly suspenseful.  Thought provoking.