Comedy Shorts



Title: Dispel

Entrant: Charlotte Rooney-Baker and Charlie Hines

Based: London

Title: Cars Schmars

Entrant: Ella Gonzalez

Based: London

Title: Body Positivity Women

Entrant: Eryn Tett

Based: Manchester

Title: Creative Writing 2.1

Entrant: Lorelei Mathias

Based: London

Title: My Entertainment Badge

Entrant: Lorna Rose Treen

Based: London

Title: What is it like being white?

Entrant: Sapphire McIntosh

Based: Folkstone

Title: New Mum's New Toy

Entrant : Sarah Grant / Katrina Allen

Based: London

Title: OnlyFran

Entrant: Sarah Roberts

Based: Glasgow

Title: The Beautiful Game

Entrant: Thick 'n' Fast (Cassie Symes & Georgina Thomas)

Based: Hertfordshire

Title : Expectation Aunty

Entrant : Zara Janjua

Based: London

The Winner will be announced at the Funny Women Awards Grand Final on Thursday 29th September at Bloomsbury Theatre, London.

Founded in 2003, London Short Festival (LSFF) is a BAFTA-qualifying, internationally regarded independent short film festival.

Each January, LSFF hosts ten days of short form, conversation and multidisciplinary curation. We present between 250-500 British and international films each edition, collaboratively programmed down from 5000+ open submissions, alongside Special Events and an industry offering of workshops, panels and discussion for filmmakers and workers.

LSFF exists to spotlight a multiplicity of filmmakers, visual artists and creatives, across intersections and with a commitment to peripheral voices. We pride ourselves on an 18 year ethos of giving screen-space and visibility to unconventional and thoroughly independent filmmaking, and our programming seeks to situate the contemporary in dialogue with its history and the world at large. We consider LSFF both a platform where filmmakers can cut their teeth and define their careers, and a celebrator of the archival treasures and talent that got us here.