Showcasing the very best in British and international short filmmaking and featuring an array of UK and world premieres,
Edinburgh International Film Festival
The Edinburgh International Film Festival is now in its 56th year and since 1947 has become established as the true home of innovative and exciting cinema.
Filmstock International Film Festival
Filmstock is more than a film festival. It is about cinema in its entirety and aims to fuse the art of filmmaking and the joy of moviegoing into one simultaneous experience.
Hull International Short Film Festival
The mark of the particular: a five day explosive eye into the dynamics and diversity of the short film world.
International Film Festival Wales
Wales has a long established history of world famous film-makers and actors. Having it's own language and distinctive cultural history adds another dimension to film-making in and from Wales. Since the festival started fourteen years ago the number of films coming out of Wales or directed by Welsh directors increases every year.
Kendal Mountain Film Festival
Every autumn, Kendal, on the edge of the Lake District, hosts one of the most prestigious Mountain Festivals in the world. An international gathering comes for a great weekend. There's a massive programme - films, lectures, seminars and entertainment - unequalled in Britain.
Kinofilm the Manchester International Short Film Festival
Kinofilm the Manchester International Short Film Festival was born following a series of successful one-off events showcasing new short films. The festival has grown from strength to strength ever since and now has a high reputation, regionally, nationally and on the international festival circuit.
Let's All Be Free Film Festival
The Let's All Be Free Film Festival explores what 'being free' means to people all over the world – through films, talks, Q&As and debates. NOW OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS! Earlybird deadline: 20th September 2013. Submit today via Withoutabox!
MadCat is a highly acclaimed international festival that exhibits independent and experimental films and videos directed by women from around the globe. The Festival emphasizes work that is inventive and visionary.
Portobello Film & Video Festival
The Film Festival was created in 1996 as a reaction to the moribund state of the British film industry, to provide a forum for new film-makers and give exposure to movies on different formats.
Regus London Film Festival
Each year the festival aims to bring an unparalleled snapshot of the very best in world cinema. From the established great names of cinema to exciting new talent, this year's festival offers exceptional quality throughout every strand of the programme.
Renderyard Film Festival
Renderyard Film Festival is pleased to announce the Render Award Screenings for the new Feature Film and Documentary festival running from the 19th - 23rd March 2008. We are screening new Feature Films and Documentaries; the festival is also open to Scripts and Film Scores for feature films, so there will be some mention for those categories too.
The festival will be held across two screening venues in central London that will include the Westbourne Studios and The Roxy. We will be showing selected films that have been drawn from personal sources, in which each director projects their own reflections and ideas as new forms of visual self expression.
Sheffield International Documentary Festival
The organisers describe it as the UK's only festival dedicated to documentary film and television
The festival promotes the talents of filmmakers, screening work entered by both newcomers and established Directors. Rushes Soho Shorts is a fantastic event helping filmmakers to get their work seen by the general public as well as industry creatives. The whole festival is free, from entering to attending short film seminars and screenings. Newcomers can get to see their film on a big screen, usually for the first time, which is a real buzz
The Birmingham Film and TV Festival
The Birmingham Film and TV Festival was established in 1985 and has grown to be one of the UK’s most significant moving image festivals.
The Bradford Film Festival
Presented by the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television. Even when the festival is over there are screenings and masterclasses
The Brighton Jewish Film Festival
The Brighton Jewish Film Festival, which was founded in 1997, is committed to show a wide variety of films, which explore the diversity of Jewish cultures and identity.
The Cambridge Film Festival
The first Cambridge Film Festival was held in 1977 at the Arts Cinema, where the annual event ran uninterrupted until 1996. The Festival was re-launched in 2001 with a new permanent home at the Arts Picture House.
The Celtic Film and Television Festival
The Celtic Film and Television Festival promotes the cultures and languages of Brittany, Cornwall, Ireland, Scotland and Wales on film and in broadcasting. The festival is a celebration of the best of production from these regions and countries.
The Greenwich Film Festival
Like Greenwich the place, the Greenwich Film Festival forges an identity for itself as a funky, friendly, unpretentious film festival. It's a festival for film fans and filmmakers alike, with an emphasis on making connections between them.
The Leeds International Film Festival
The UK's largest regional event of its kind presents over 400 acclaimed shorts and features from all corners of the world in dozens of venues.
The London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
The London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is organised by the British Film Institute. The BFI offers opportunities to experience, enjoy and discover more about the world of film and television.
The Raindance Film Festival
The Raindance Film Festival was founded in 1993 to provide a public platform for independent film and filmmakers as well as allowing them to reach the many international Sales Agents present in London at the time of the festival. The place to discover talent and where talent is discovered.