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British Short Film & British Short Animation

BAFTA's British Short Film and British Short Animation categories at the EE British Academy Film Awards celebrate and reward innovative and experimental short fiction and non-fiction films and animation.

At the 2015 Awards ceremony, British Short Film was won by Boogaloo And Graham and British Short Animation was won by The Bigger Picture.


BAFTA Shorts Tour 2015

For a third year, BAFTA is partnering with specialist distributor the Independent Cinema Office (ICO) and the British Council to tour the nominated short films internationally. Follow this link to find information about screenings taking place near you

The UK-wide rollout of BAFTA Shorts 2015 begins with a special screening at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London on Friday 28 February, attended by the nominated filmmakers. Book tickets via the ICA website


British Short Film Nominees


Boogaloo And Graham

  • Nominees: Brian J. Falconer, Michael Lennox and Ronan Blaney

WINNER:

Event: EE British Academy Film AwardsDate: Sun 8 February 2015Venue: Royal Opera HouseHost: Stephen Fry-Area: CEREMONY


Emotional Fusebox

  • Nominees: Michael Berliner and Rachel Tunnard

Slap

  • Nominees: Islay Bell-Webb, Michelangelo Fano, Nick Rowland

The Kármán Line

  • Nominees: Campbell Beaton, Dawn King, Tiernan Hanby and Oscar Sharp

Three Brothers

  • Nominees: Aleem Khan, Matthieu de Braconier, Stephanie Paeplow 

British Short Animation Nominees


The Bigger Picture

WINNER:

Event: EE British Academy Film AwardsDate: Sun 8 February 2015Venue: Royal Opera HouseHost: Stephen Fry-Area: CEREMONY


Monkey Love Experiments

  • Nominees: Ainslie Henderson, Cam Fraser and Will Anderson

My Dad

  • Nominee: Marcus Armitage

Entering your film

Entry for the British Short Film and British Short Animation categories at the British Academy Film Awards in 2016 will open later this year. Further information will be posted on this page in due course.

The categories are open to British productions only, of no more 40 minutes in duration. Short live-action films must have been screened or accepted onto the programme of at least one of BAFTA’s recognised festivals, the list of which can be found here.

The full Rules and Guidelines for British Short Film and British Short Animation in 2015 can be found here.

If you have any queries about entering your film, contact Bradley Down at [email protected], or on 0207 292 5855.