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.
Entering your film
Entry for the British Short Film and British Short Animation categories at the upcoming EE British Academy Film Awards opens on Monday 12 August and will close at 12:00 GMT on Wednesday 30 October.
Both awards are open to British productions only, of no more than 40 minutes in duration. As of this year, non-fiction films are also eligible. 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 (43 KB). This rule does not apply to short animated films.
The full eligibility criteria and timetable for British Short Film and British Short Animation can be found here (117 KB).
To enter your short into the EE British Academy Film Awards in 2014 then please visit BAFTA Awards Entry
Information on entering all of BAFTA's awards can be found here.
The Academy recognises that it is essential to reward and nurture the immense diversity and talent demonstrated by filmmakers producing short film and animation. Shorts offer both new and established talent alike the chance to create experimental and innovative films and, by rewarding excellence within these fields, BAFTA aims to raise the profile of these talented individuals and of shorts in general. The best film in each category receives a BAFTA Award, presented at the EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony.