London Experimental’s mission:

To recognise and honour experimental film

To educate the public in experimental film 

To create a platform for experimental filmmakers

By submitting your film you: endorse our mission, embrace our philosophy, join our community, declare rightful ownership of your work, permit screenings and promotion.

London Experimental is an anti-festival.
Fluid and evolving
Promotes experimental film
Builds community
Exhibits in a variety of alternative spaces
No programming
No competition
No prizes
Free to watch

None

Regulations:
Style: experimental
Production: post 1 January 2018
Format: digital
Language: English, English subtitles or no dialogue
Length: 10 minutes (maximum)
Entry fee: $21 (non-refundable)

London Experimental reserves the right to use small portions and stills of accepted films for promotion of the events.

Overall Rating
Quality
Value
Communication
Hospitality
Networking
  • Gwendolyn Audrey Foster

    London Experimental supports avant-garde film. Thrilled to have my Surrealist abstract hand-made experimental films chosen by this cool 'anti-festival.' Thank you for supporting truly underground art films Otis, and stay safe!

    May 2020
  • Like almost every other film festival in the world, London Experimental has had to make adjustments based on the pandemic. I appreciate the fact that they are working to find innovative ways to present cutting edge experimental films to their audiences, despite the difficulties of the present moment. Communication has been very good - proud to be a part of this effort to keep things positive and keep things going, for the benefit of experimental film fans everywhere!

    May 2020
  • Hi
    I couldn’t attend the festival but I was glad to participate and I was very satisfied by the communication and the quality of the festival
    Bests
    Julian

    May 2020
  • Alberto Martín-Aragón

    A magnificent and indispensable festival that recognizes the work of filmmakers and creators who try to reinvent visual languages.

    May 2020
  • Ned Daly

    Nothing to review. Website still says the 2020 festival is "TBC"

    May 2020