Short films are the future

The Suffolk Short Film Festival 2022 will take place on October 8th, at The Riverside Woodbridge. There are three categories this year: East Anglian Short, Student short and Narrative short. The Best Short award winners in each category will receive £1000.

We believe that short films are the future. Telling a story in a short film takes skill and determination, but it also frees you from the constraints and influences often associated with features or traditional commissioning. Shorts are not just practice runs, they are an art form in their own right. This means that we are looking for potential. We are looking for films that experiment, push boundaries, tell a story you haven't heard before and do so in a way that captivates the audience. We are not just looking for highly polished, big budget productions, we want to celebrate all filmmakers, regardless of their access to resources.

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