BAFTA-Winning Shorts

Watch some steller BAFTA-winning shorts and find out how their filmmakers got started.

Huge thanks to the filmmakers for letting us share their work.

 

Short Film Winner 2012 | Pitch BlackPitch Black Heist Heist

A light activated alarm system sees two safecrackers embark on a pitch black heist. Watch the trailer for the BAFTA-winning Short Film from 2014 and meet its writer/director.

 

 

 


 

Morning StrollShort Animation Winner 2012 |​ A Morning Stroll

A New Yorker walks past a chicken on his morning stroll. Watch the trailer for the BAFTA-winning Short Animation from 2012 and meet its writer/director.

 

 

 

 

 

Eagleman StagShort Animation Winner 2011 | Eagleman Stag

The larger our past gets, the smaller our present feels. Watch the BAFTA-winning Short Animation from 2011 and meet its maker, Michael Please.

 

 

 

 

 

I do Air

Short Film Winner 2010 |​ I Do Air

A young girl feels humiliated by her fear of jumping in the water. Watch a clip from the BAFTA-winning Short Film from 2010 and meet its writer/director Martina Amati.

 

 

 

 

 

Watch Mother of Many Short Animation Winner 2010 |​ Mother of Many 

The most dangerous journey needs a helping hand. Watch the BAFTA-winning Short Animation from 2010 and meet its writer/director, Emma Lazenby.

 

 

 

 

 

September

Short Film Winner 2009 | September

During his work break, Marvin begins to notice a woman being taught how to fly. Watch a clip from the BAFTA-winning Short Film from 2009 and meet its writer/director Esther May Campbell.
 

 

 

 

 

Short Film Winner 2008 | Dog Altogether Dog Altogether

A man plagued by violence and rage seeks redemption. Watch a clip from the BAFTA-winning Short Film from 2008 and meet its producer, Diarmid Scrimshaw.