London Short Film Festival 2014 Winners

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The eleventh London Short Film Festival has come to a close but you can check out the winner of the Best UK Short plus the names of all of the other winning films here!

Last night, the London Short Film Festival celebrated its closing night, showcasing the the 9 winning films of LSFF11 and celebrating the immense talent that UK short filmmaking has to offer. The full list of winners are:

**British Council Award for Best UK Short


GETTING ON, Dir. Ewan Stewart, 9 mins (see a teaser of the film above).

ICA Award Best Experimental Short

END OF THE ROAD, Dir. London Fieldworks (Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson), 11 mins

Special Mentions:

Swallow, Dir. Genevieve Bicknell, 9 mins

Crossing Points, Dir. Lucy Harris, 13 mins

**Lomography Award for Best Lo-Budget Short


NITRO WARRIORS 2 - AFTERBURNER, Dir. Paul Greer, 2 mins

Special Mention:

Polar Where? Dir. Terry Thomas, 2 mins

**Dirty Looks Award for Best Music Short


TOOK THEM AWAY, Dir. Rob Savage, 4 mins

Special Mentions:

THINGS THAT GO AROUND, Dir. Prano Bailey Bond, 4 mins

ANOTHER, Dir. Ian Pons Jewell, 3 mins

**Shorts TV Award for Best Thriller Short


KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES, Dir. Michael Pearce, 28 mins

Special Mention:

          THE PHONE BOX, Dir. Marcos Villasenor, 2 mins  

**LoCo Award for Best Comedy Short


ANTHONY, Dir. Jonathan Van Tulleken, 18 mins

Special Mention:

UPSTAIRS, Dir. Matthias Hoegg, 3 mins

**Underwire Award for Best Female Character


LAY ME DOWN, Dir. Lucy Tcherniak, 11 mins

Special Mentions:

ANITA, Dir. Geoff Bellhouse, 14 mins

THIS IS VANITY, Dir. Oliver Goodrum, 24 mins

Sheffield Doc/Fest Award for Best Documentary Short

THE PORT, Dir. Rory Alexander Stewart, 17 mins

Special Mention:

THE RUNNERS, Dir. Matan Rochlitz and Ivo Gormley,  12 mins

London Film Academy Award for Best Student Short

INTERFERENCE, Dir. John Danvoye, 6 mins

Special Mention:

HAVE YOU SEEN NAPOLEON? Dir. Remy Bazerque, 15 mins

Congratulations to all of the winners and special mentions this year. We look forward to welcoming you back to the festival in January 2015!