Paul Bruce


Dedicated and passionate about short film, The Edinburgh Short Film Festival has brought some of the best contemporary Scottish, UK and international short film to the Scottish capital since its inception in 2011.
 
Over the years, we’ve held screenings in venues ranging from the Cameo & Dominion Cinemas and Summerhall Arts Centre to holding pavement screenings outside coffee kiosks and in basement Karaoke bars!
 
Each year we curate screenings of some of our best short films for international festivals around the world, we've worked with the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival as well as the Sardinia Film Festival and in 2017 we will also be working with Short Shorts Film Festival, Japan's biggest short film festival.
 

Edinburgh Short Film Festival Submissions Now Open for 2017

 
Screening the best in International contemporary short film at the Filmhouse and Summerhall cinemas in Edinburgh each Autumn.
 
The best films from submissions will be included in our programmes for other festivals across the UK & Internationally and this year, we're excited to be programming films for our 2017 partners:
 
 Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia (Tokyo)
 The Sardinia Film Festival
 Hidden Door Arts Festival (Edinburgh)
 Scot's Day Out (Australia)
 
We're also planning to make new awards for 2017 with prizes for Best Director & Best Animation  
 
Open for entries online:
 
 
 
 

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