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Short Film & Short Animation: Winners in 2013

21 March 2013
Short Film Winner - The Swimmer

Find out more about our Short Film and Short Animation nominees in 2013 and read blogs from some of the filmmakers.

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Short Film Award 2012/13

Winner:

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Swimmer

Lynne Ramsay, Peter Carlton, Diarmid Scrimshaw

Watch the team accepting their BAFTA >

The SwimmerRafe Spall and Helen McCrory present the Short Film BAFTA to Diarmid Scrimshaw and Peter Carlton for Swimmer

Nominees:

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Good Night

Muriel D'Ansembourg, Eva Sigurdardottir

"Everyone approaches filmmaking in their own way yet at the same time it seems like we all fight the same demons."

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The Curse

Fyzal Boulifa, Gavin Humphries

"The best advice I ever had from a producer is always work with people you admire. Collaboration makes better films."

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The Voorman Problem

Mark Gill, Baldwin Li

"Naivety is sometimes a wonderful trait. No-one was telling us we couldn’t do it so we just threw caution to the wind and sent him the script."

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Tumult

Johnny Barrington, Rhianna Andrews

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Short Animation Award 2012/13

Winner:

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The Making of Longbird

Will Anderson, Ainslie Henderson

"I believe that animation should have a reason for being used. My films are not exclusively animated, as live-action helps ground a story in reality."


The Making of LongbirdRafe Spall and Helen McCrory present the Short Animation BAFTA to Ainslie Henderson and Will Anderson for The Making of Longbird

Nominees:

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Here to Fall

Kris Kelly, Evelyn McGrath

"We’re completely blown over. Especially for our first film, it’s a huge honour. When you’re creating a film you just want people to see it."

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Winner

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I'm Fine Thanks

Eamonn O’Neill

"You have to keep writing, keep drawing, keep shooting, keep thinking and keep feeling your way through."

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