Wandsworth Shorts Film Fund

Wandsworth Shorts Film Fund 

Shorts Film Fund is part of Film London’s city-wide short film fund, London Calling. Funded by the BFI, Creative Skillset, Enable and Wandsworth Council, London Calling is part of the BFI NET.WORK. It is an annual fund to assist in the production or completion of short film projects.

Wandsworth Council provide £3,500 of funding to two film makers, to assist in the production or completion of short film projects.

 

The aim of this fund is to:

  • Provide funding for the production and completion of short films
  • Provide training sessions
  • Share knowledge and resources
  • Reach out to a wider network of film-makers
  • Increase screening opportunities for films made under this scheme

 

Film London’s annual short film scheme, London Calling, nurtures and champions the capital’s most exciting breakthrough filmmaking talent with a comprehensive package of production funding, training and expert mentoring.

Previous shorts produced through London Calling include the Berlin Crystal Bear-winning Balcony, BAFTA-nominated Three Brothers, Riz Ahmed’s Sundance-selected Daytimer, and Aspen Shortsfest-winning Two Dosas.

The two films that were supported by the Wandsworth Shorts Film Fund were ‘Cupidity’ and ‘Vibration’.

 

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Dark comedy

A group of strangers, thrust together by greed, discover that temptation can be fatal.

Writer: Chloe Ewart
Writer/Director: Simon Connolly
Writer/Producer: Meera Thavasothy
Producer: Aradhna Tayal

For further information click here.

 

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Comedy and Drama
Mourning the death of his wife, Mr.Wang’s life is turned upside down when he finds her vibrator.

 

Writer/Director: Bareun Jo
Writer: Karina Jakubowicz
Producer: Thomas McDonald

For further information click here.

 

Film London is supported by:

Mayor of London

BFI. Awarding funds from The National Lottery. Film Forever

Arts Council, England