The Windrush Caribbean Film Festival (WCFF) aims to engage and educate audiences in cinemas and art venues across the UK about the contributions of the Windrush generation and its impact on the country through screenings, talkbacks and micro-cinema challenge that will take place in cinemas, schools and community centres across the country.

WCFF will include films whose themes are centred around racism, colonialism, immigration, and cultural contributions, with the goal of airing, discussing and celebrating this iconic generation.

The festival will also host The Windrush Micro Cinema Challenge, a digital storytelling component with an open call for submissions that will result in the production of 10-15 original Microcinema films by emerging or established British filmmakers. The 2 to 3-minute shorts will be screened during the festival before a programmed feature film.

Best Feature Film
Best Documentary Feature
Best Short Film
Best Short Documentary

All lengths and genres accepted from Caribbean filmmakers or those with Caribbean ancestry (or heritage).

Windrush Caribbean Film Festival seeks works made by filmmakers from Caribbean backgrounds and/or that celebrate and explore Caribbean themes, and themes of interest and relevance to people from the Caribbean Diaspora.

Preview copy must be sent through secure online storage via the entry form

The participant must pay print shipping costs to London. The festival will pay the cost of shipping exhibition prints back to the participant. Please do not send preview or screening copies by courier, as these may incur customs and duties charges. Windrush Caribbean Film Festival will not cover these charges, and will refuse the package.

Please have your marketing materials ready. We do a significant amount of marketing for the festival and without proper imagery it is difficult to promote films.
Please provide a HIGH RES POSTER image for your film (at least 800x1200px minimum 150dpi).
Include 2 STILL SHOTS from your film
Include 2 PRODUCTION STILLS.

Please have your Electronic Press Kit (EPK) ready for submission in the form.

Films in foreign languages must be subtitled in English.

All film submissions must be completed online.