We normally use FilmFreeway for submissions but we're currently accepting email submissions for these two categories only:
• Comedy short films (UK and international)
• Short films from London-based filmmakers (any genre)Read More
CALLING LONDON FILMMAKERS - The Film Bunch wants your short films! Our screenings are open to worldwide filmmakers but we’d like to dedicate one of our screenings this year to London-based filmmakers (date TBC).Read More
We look back at 2016, The Film Bunch's first year. It's been a rollercoaster ride but what a year! All our events had BSL interpreters and all our short films had captions. We couldn't have done it without our volunteers and the support of our partners & sponsors, thank you so much. Here's to many more short films in 2017!Read More
Last Saturday, we decided to end the year with something a bit different - an event focused primarily on networking and collaborating with other filmmakers and film lovers.
It was fantastic to see a mix of people turn up and to see lots of connecting going on! We also screened two short films.Read More
We hosted our first film quiz last week and we were happy with the turnout! We'd like to thank everyone who came along, we hope you enjoyed it. Congratulations to the winning team 'Jalepeños'! They won tickets to Raindance's Saturday Film School (worth £119 each) AND free entry to all our events for 12 months.Read More
LET'S MAKE A SHORT FILM TOGETHER
We're going to have a meeting in January to discuss making a short film together (date, time and location TBC). The meeting will involve reading five scripts and voting for our favourites. The most voted one is the film we'll make!Read More
Yesterday, we had our first Halloween-themed film event! Great to see a few costume-wearers including, Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Artist, Ghostbusters and Deadpool (you can see photos on our Facebook page). We screened a variety of horror/suspense short films - check out the details below!
A LATE NIGHT SHOW - RAHUL VARRIER
A young man sits before the second-hand TV he bought on a weekend. But then he got to tune in to a special late night show.
September was our busiest month! Thank you to everyone who came. See more about the nine short films we screened below.
WELCOME HOME - GUILLAUME DESJARDINS & JEREMY BERNARD
A young couple gets trapped in a cursed apartment.
THE ODDS - GI PANAKKAL
The Odds discusses the importance of pursuing an opportunity or taking a risk. The plot is based on a real incident where an old man gambles on an extremely odd day of his life. Trailer (no subtitles)
LITTLE OLIVE BEST BUDS - PAUL SCOTT
An adventure with friends.
Missed our last event in August? No problem, you can check out the highlights here! We screened eight short films last weekend at The Book Club - our first Saturday event! Thanks to everyone who came and to those who helped out. You know the drill, check out the details of the films below.
A GAME FOR FOOLS - CRISTIAN VALENCIANO
Ariel has broken up with her boyfriend and her purse has been stolen. When he meets the thief who has robbed her, he proposes her a deal. If he gets her to fall in love with him, Ariel will leave him free, otherwise she will turn him in to the police. Who will win? Trailer
FISH - SAMAN HOSSEINPUOR
An old couple are living in an apartment, the man is sleeping and the woman is doing housework. The lady wants to change the fish tank’s water but it slips out of her hand and falls on the ground. They've run out of water and there’s no water for the fish. But with the help of the man, they find water for it. Trailer