Short Film Reviews Festival

Best of Short Film Reviews

SFR Short Film Festival celebrates the best of international short films.

It will be held in London on Saturday 29th June 2019, with live screenings and Awards Gala.

Every single festival submission gets a review on the Short Film Reviews website, and a link to your screener (activated when you want). This unique “buy one get one free” makes SFR a must for your short films. Everyone’s a winner!

Awards will be given in the following categories:

Films: Best in each genre: Drama, Horror, SF, Crime/Thriller, Comedy, Children’s, Documentary, Animation, Other.

Best Student/First film, Best Short Narrative (under 5 minutes), Best overall Narrative Film.

Acting: Female role, Male role, Female under 20, Male under 20.

Crafts: Director, Cinematography, Make-up & Costume, Design, Screenplay

Post-production: Editing, Effects, Sound Design, Music

You can submit your film for Festival entry plus review, via FilmFreeway, the world’s best online submission platform:

View details on Film Freeway

Alternatively, you can submit your film for Festival plus review, or for review-only, directly to SFR

The London Cinema Museum, whose supporters include Terry Gilliam and Toby Jones.

 

The main hall, with a sculpture of Charlie Chaplin. The Museum was once the Lambeth workhouse, and the first global screen star lived here as a boy with his impoverished family.

The Festival will be held at London’s iconic Cinema Museum, in the heart of Lambeth.
The Cinema Museum2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Road), London SE11 4TH.
 
The Cinema Museum is close to The London Eye, Big Ben, The National Theatre and the British Film Institute. It’s a short walk from Elephant and Castle underground station, and handy for Waterloo mainline station. It has a cafe/bar, and there are nearby food and drink outlets.  

The Cinema Museum, 2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Road), London SE11 4TH.

Courthouse Hotel