The SFSS willscreen 66 shorts as well as hosting workshops, panel discussions, networkingevents, demonstrations, and young people's programming. A market will run eachday.
Screen International will host a panel about the future ofthe short film and digital distribution. Other programming will address topicsincluding sound, editing, animation, pitching,casting, funding and budgeting. Nick Broomfield will discuss his early shortdocumentaries on July 16.
Screenings willinclude Andrea Arnold's Oscar-winning Wasp,classic shorts from Norman McClarenmade in the 1930s and 1950s, new student work from the London Film School, Bafta winner Antonio'sBreakfast by Daniel Mulloy, Laurence Coriat's Being Bad andHoliday, Thor Freudenthal's Motel, a programme of internationalshorts and a onedotzero event.
The SFSS issupported by the UK Film Council, Film London and the City of