We are now welcoming entries on the subjects: ‘Diversity & Future’.

Thursday 13 September 2018 at 7:30pm is the 3rd edition of the Charlton and Woolwich Short Film Competition. The event always has a really good vibe with cinema food and a fully licenced bar: entering the competition and attending the show is FREE. In previous years, there has been a good turnout of film makers and industry participants and we expect even more in future events.

Charlton and Woolwich are two areas of the Royal Borough of Greenwich in London (SE7 and SE18). Everyone is welcome: we are part of Free Film Festivals, a network powered by neighbourhood volunteers.

2017 Edition’s winner was ‘SUPER’ by Kirk Miller-Lewis. Soundtrack ‘Superhuman’ by ‘Virtual Riot’

The finalists were:
Farnoosh Abedi – The Servant
April Kelley’s – Annie Waits
Merve Cirisoglu Cotur – The Box
Jim Vieille - Miami
Tusilya Muthukumar – Bus Stop

This is the third year of the International Short Film Competition @Charlton House

The overall winner will receive a prize of 500GBP towards the production of their next project. (Prize sponsored by Rockwell Residential).

Your film must be on the subjects of: Diversity and Future.

Short films must be less than 12 minutes long

No more than 2 lines -a maximum of 200 characters- explaining how the plot of your film relates to the brief: we will use it for social media promotion.

Overall Rating
  • It's a Funny Life Films

    Great festival run by a dedicated and knowledgable team. Absolutely stunning venue and there's a real feeling that the festival is part of the local community. Love the different themes each year and recommend all filmmakers submit!

    April 2019
  • David Gilbank

    This is a film-makers dream. Run by people passionate and knowledgeable about film, the C&W is highly recommended for its communication and brilliant setting. Higb quality.

    September 2016
    Response from festival:

    Thanks, David, we are glad you enjoyed it!