The World's Shortest Short Film Award
Stockholm Film Festival is very proud to present the World's Shortest Short Film Award!
Do you have a burning interest and great passion for storytelling with film, take part in the World's Shortest Short Film Competition with a film of a maximum of 30 seconds runtime. Anyone can compete by submitting their entry no later than November 5th by clicking here!
We open up for creativity through the art of telling a story in 30 seconds. What have you felt during a year and a half of the pandemic and how do you feel now? If you have something to say, say it with a film!
The Stockholm Film Festival jury judges the films on the same criteria as a longer film, because we think that quality film does not have to be long to reach greatness. The winning entry will be shown at the end of the festival in connection with the World's Shortest Short Film Award ceremony.
The winner of the World's Shortest Short Film Award 2021 receives:
- One hour supervision by a recognized director.
- Spend a day on a professional film set.
- Membership and tickets to the Stockholm Film Festival 2022
Submit your film here!
We have created two short-short films in order to inspire what the contributions can look like. The films featuring Happy Jankell (Ted, för kärlekens skull), Edvard Olsson (Eagles) and Danilo Bejarano (Tusenbröder) and others.
Director: Daniel Lundh ▪ EP/Producer: Sofia Swahn ▪ Line producer: Axel Herrlin ▪ DP: Oskar Lundgren ▪ Stylist: Sara Edlund ▪ Sound: Tobias Andersson ▪ Production assistant: Carl Sköld ▪ Production assistant: Christian Teodorsson ▪ Make-up & Hair: Ellinor Friman ▪ Make-up & Hair: Lina Almashhadi
Editor: Christian Norgen ▪ Sound: Quint Starkie ▪ Grade: Erik Lindahl ▪ Online: Joel Bringmark ▪ Agency Producer: Marcus Sundqvist
Young girl: Happy Jankell ▪ Young boy: Edvard Olsson ▪ Taxi customer: Danilo Bejarano ▪ Woman, taxi: Tandi Nyhage ▪ Taxi driver: Tess Paulsen
King ▪ Colony ▪ Ljud och Bildmedia ▪ Mariart Film School of Makeup & Hair ▪ Scandic Talk ▪ Stockholmsmässan ▪ Kulturama ▪ Mabi Hyrcenter Frihamnen ▪ Josefin Malmén ▪ Bleck Film