London Short Film Festival at Curzon Soho

Over the next 2 weekends, London Short Film Festival take over the Curzon with some of the best short film programmes in the festival.
London Short Film Festival at Curzon Soho

The London Short Film Festival is delighted to return to the Curzon Soho for 4 short programmes! From break ups to mind bending stories, visit the Curzon for some of the best short programmes in the festival.


Sat 11 Jan 12:30

This popular selection of short films tells it like it is, tackling break-ups, hateful lovers, one night stands and unbridled lust. Consider yourself warned!
Watch out for Edward Hogg being stalked in The Bridge, and rising Irish star Ruth Negga in Things He Never Said

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Sun 12 Jan 12:30

A powerful selection of short films that will bend the mind, amaze and astound with stunning imagery and twisted stories. Watch out for Ben Whishaw going crazy on the streets of East London in Beat, Stephen Mangan experiencing a strange case of deja vu in L’Assenza, and Steven Berkoff as narrator of the award-winning The Boy With A Camera For A Face.

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Sat 18 Jan 12:30

British filmmakers head over to the American continent to give us stories and documentaries from across the country. From real life we have the story of small town low budget veteran trash filmmaker Phil Chambliss in Glass Eyes of Locust Bayou, and the birdhouses of America’s most wanted bird in Nature House Inc. Fiction takes us from a lonely drone-strike operator played by Ewan Bremner in Drone, to the small town award winning animated world of In The Air Is Christopher Gray.

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Sun 19 Jan 12:30

A programme of shorts about growing up and coming-of-age in our difficult times. Featuring childhood innocence corrupted, peer pressure among urban youth, and teenage boredom that leads to life-changing situations. Includes Peep Show writer Jesse Armstrong’s No Kaddish In Carmarthen.

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