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6th London Short Film Festival award winners

UK FILM COUNCIL AWARD for Best Film of the Festival
judges: Lizzie Francke (development producer for the UK Film Council’s Development Fund and previously Artistic Director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival), & Lenny Crooks (Head of the UK Film Council's New Cinema Fund)

First prize (£500)
SEPTEMBER (Esther May Campbell)
“for its swooning sense of cinema and delicate and dreamlike observations.” (Lizzie Francke)

First Runner-Up
RALPH (Alex Winckler)
“Accomplished, original and sensitive treatment of an unusual love story, with wonderful resonating moments of magical realism.” (Lenny Crooks)

Second Runner-Up
FOREST MURMURS (Jonathan Hodgson)
“A surprising, creative and imaginative combination of documentary and animation genres.”

Judge: Robert Elms (BBC Radio DJ, and journalist)

First prize (£750)
GROUND FLOOR RIGHT (Marlene Schiött Rasmussen)

Second prize (£250)

Darryl’s Lo-Budget Film Award

NECROMANCE (Kerri Davenport-Burton)

Shooting People Comedy Award

Prize: A lifetime membership to Shooting People + Shooting People books & DVDs
THIS WAY UP (Smith & Foulkes)

Current TV Documentary Award

Prize: a Current TV commission
LIGHT AND DARK (Michael Smith and Tom Stubbs)

East End Film Festival Award for most Gorgeous Looking Film

Prize: A VIP pass to the East End Film Festival, April 2009
K (Piers Thompson)

Time Out Award for Best London Film

Prize: The Time Out Film Guide
FOREST MURMURS (Jonathan Hodgson)
“batter(ed) us into satisfied submission with a dynamic combination of animation, home footage, wild editing and sheer psychedelic lunacy.”

Special Mention
ECHOES (Rob Brown)
“..impressed us with it's powerfully simple storyline, great acting and a wonderful sense of narrative space: too many short films rush to reach a conclusion, whereas 'Echoes' took the time it needed to make the story as emotionally impactful as possible.”

Sci-Fi London Award for Best Horror Film

EEL GIRL (Paul Campion)

Club Des Femmes Award

THE ESCORT (Clare Holman)

Beat Happening Award for Best Video with Music

Prize: Interview & article with the winning director in the next issue of Beat Happening magazine
HORRORS (Alisdair Brotherston)

Under The Influence Award for Best Midnight Movie

Prize: Support slot screening as part of a Midnight Movies show at the Curzon Soho
DEAD DOG (Edward Jeffreys)

Wallflower Press Award for Best Experimental Film

Prize: £100 of Wallflower Press vouchers
NEW MADRID (Jacob Cartwright and Nick Jordan)

Special Mention
LANDING LIGHTS (Douglas Young)


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