https://folkestonefilm.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/fsff22-results.jpg6501500Gary JJ Spatehttps://folkestonefilm.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/fiff-logo-white-trans-300x300.pngGary JJ Spate2022-07-31 13:16:332022-08-07 23:40:46Folkestone Short Film Festival 2022 – The Results
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Entries for Folkestone Short Film Festival 2023 are now open.
The 2022 edition of the Folkestone Short Film Festival was be the last one to be held remotely. After a gruelling three years we’re delighted to announce that from 2023 we will be back to a physical event at an amazing new venue.
Our Festival is loved by filmmakers and film-lovers from around the world. We’re looking forward to bringing more great films to you!
Submit your film today!
A still from ‘Fireplace’ directed by
Muhammad Bayazid and Samah Safi Bayazid
WINNER: Best Cinematography
Hellfire Short Film Festival 2018
(now Folkestone Short Film Festival)
In the Spotlight
All in a Day’s Work
Two hit men are sent by mistake on the same job. When they arrive, they find the target is already dead. A psychological drama ensues as the two men duke it out to see who will claim the hit, and the reward, and who will walk away with nothing.
“All in a Day’s Work” is a short film written by Paul Kavanagh, starring UK comedy actor, Mark Benton, along with Ben Shockley and Paul Kavanagh, and directed by Andy Coughlan.