ESFF International Shorts night at Edinburgh Printmakers

We’re looking forward to screening short films in collaboration with Edinburgh Printmakers as part of their ‘Translating Travels’ an exhibition
by the artist Imi Maufe on Friday May 11th.

There’s chance to see the often painful ‘BEFORE CHRISTMAS’ by Chinese film-maker Chuyao He, which follows the struggle of a father and son as they adapt to working under ruthless conditions at a Christmas decoration workshop located in an unfamiliar big city.

We’re also screening US  artist Damon Mohl’s  THE EXPEDITION […]

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Edinburgh Shorts Week 2 Begins Friday!

After Edinburgh Short’s sell-out audiences in week 1, we’re eagerly anticipating another 2 full houses for our 2nd weekend screening the best contemporary short films from around the world! Your one chance to see a clutch of outstanding and award-winning short films before they vanish into the ether!

For Sci-Fi & Horror fans, we’re excited to screen the dystopian Greek sci-fi WHACK by Syni Pappa, dark and also surprisingly witty, it’s set in a future so […]

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Interview with Damon Mohl

Our guest at the Edinburgh Short Film Festival this year, Damon Mohl is an Indiana-based artist and experimental film-maker, previously nominated for a Student Academy Award, Damon’s films have been screened at dozens of film festivals and he has been a jury member for film festivals in Serbia and the US.
3 of Damon’s short films screened at the 2015 Edinburgh Short Film Festival.






Your films have a Gothic feel with Lynchian elements, would you say that […]

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ESFF visits the Aberdeen Film Festival 2014

ESFF at the Aberdeen Film Festival 2014

The Edinburgh Short Film Festival visited the inaugural Aberdeen International Film Festival over the weekend of October 10th-12th 2014, where a selection of shorts from this year’s festival played at Cineworld in Union Square.

The critic Jonathan Meades famously described Aberdeen as a bit like Marmite – a city you either love or loathe, and it’s certainly unique, bolshie, noisy and in your face. A city you could say is […]

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