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Wimbledon Shorts is dedicated to showcasing new and innovative work in film and video from around the world.

We’re a British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) Qualifying Festival

We’re delighted to announce the Wimbledon Shorts official shortlist for 2022 – here are the 17 films from the UK and around the world. Congratulations to the directors and filmmaking teams.

Thank you also to all the filmmakers who submitted films, a year of so many quality films made in the toughest of circumstances.

The winning films or all 7 award categories plus the Audience Award will be announced at the Wimbledon Shorts Awards Night in Wimbledon Saturday 8 October from 6.30 pm. 

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THE FILMS

A Whispered Hope

“A Whispered Hope” directed by Samantha Locock & Katie Loughrin

Eastern Romance

“Eastern Romance” directed by Anna Tabi Jasinska

Happier Alone

“Happier Alone” directed by Lili Giacobino

Ocean Greens

“Ocean Greens” directed by Scott Bradley

Ruthless

“Ruthless” directed by Matthew McGuigan

Whos Asking

“Who’s Counting?” directed by Ben Lankester

Booksmart

“Booksmart” directed by Côme Ferré

Edderkoppen

“EDDERKOPPEN” directed by Shokat Harjo 

Love Languages

“Love Languages” directed by Jason Osborne

Pengugee

“Pengugee” directed by Stephen Quenet‌

Split or Steal

“Split or Steal” directed by Jack Bailey

When the Clapping Stops

“When the Clapping Stops” directed by Cameron Perry

Cloud Boy

“Cloud Boy: An Autistic Journey” directed by Kieran Firth-Bernard

Gruf and Me

“Gruf and Me” directed by Dovi Keich

Niente di glamour

“Niente di glamour / Nothing glamorous” directed by Giovanni Conte

Phoenix

“Phoenix” directed by Timur Bekir

This is Fine

“This is fine” directed by Gianmarco Nepa

‘The Wimbledon Festival is something special. A fantastic evening was had in the newly refurbished Polka Theatre for the 2021 awards night. My film CANDLE COPS could not have premiered at a better run event. A big THANK-YOU to the dedicated team who make this festival happen year after year!’ Candle Cops Director Tony Collingwood

‘WSIFF is a charming grassroots festival with a focus on uncovering resourceful new filmmakers around the world. The organisers do a fantastic job curating a quality range of up and coming talent, across various genres, and I’m very grateful to have taken part in this festival and won.’ Copper and Nickel Director Chris Shenkman

‘For once (amongst many of the festivals I have visited) the audience was large and included lots of members of the public as well as film makers. It was extremely well organised and the viewing and audio amongst one of the best I have seen.’  What Happened to Evie Director Kate Cheeseman

 

Huge thank you sponsors and supporters Marcus Beale Architects, Cut To: Plan, Curzon Cinemas and Wimbledon BookFest,  and our friends at the Polka Theatre.

2022 Awards Jury

Dominic Buttimore – Executive Producer
Andrew Chowns – Chair, Directors’ Charitable Foundation
Fiona Clarke-Hackston – Media Consultant, Memini
Deborah Haywood – Writer & Director
Manu Luksch – 
Artist and Filmmaker
Lila Rawlings – Head of Creative; Film and TV for Alfonso Cuarón
Matt Smith – 
Head of Distribution Lionsgate
Nick Toon – 
Director of Rational[e] Consulting

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