UVFF: Nominated Shorts

1st May 4pm £10/8 (Early bird £7)


Book tickets online

The Short Films nominated for the ‘Best Short Film’ will be screened here.

Will You Be Mime? (15 mins UK)

Mime and Clown are two Southbank performers that start a special friendship that could lead to a match made in a performers heaven. But one day, a threat arises in the form of an Ex-Boyfriend. Can Mime get past his fear of talking, and tell Clown how he truly feels? Dir: Jacob Kipping

Vintage Blood (14 mins UK)

A darkly comic tale about the owner of a quirky vintage shop who discovers her fiancé’s life is in danger when a cursed Ouija board comes into her possession, starring Indira Varma, Sophie Thompson and Michael Rosen. Dir: Abigail Blackmore

Gardening at Night (12 mins USA)

Frustrated by stillness while anticipating her friend’s death, Samantha tames her neglected garden after midnight. The activity gives her the strength to bridge the distance between them, say goodbye and help her friend let go of her fear at the moment of her death. Dir: Shayna Connelly

Muck (15 mins) UK

Babs is a wife to a frustrated husband and a mother to an autistic son. An incident on the farm forces her into a terrible life changing choice. Dir: Sonya Quayle

Not Sophie’s Choice (7 mins) UK

When a husband and wife attempt to break some sad and life-changing news to their ten year old daughter Sophie, their disclosures are far from what anyone could expect. Staring Catheine Tate & Alex MacQueen. Dir: Matt Holt

Ministry of Guilt (10 mins) UK

This darkly humorous short thriller is set against the nightmarish scenario of 24/7 surveillance, privacy invasion. Sam Smith is woken by the late-night delivery of threatening notes through his letterbox. Each note more disturbing than the last. What did you do, Sam? The clock is ticking. Dir: Detsky Graffam

Tickets booked online must be collected 15mins before showtime. Cash tickets are available for 30 mins at the box office.
Over 18’s only, limited access for people with disabilities, no admittance for latecomers.


Hen & Chickens Theatre

109 St Paul’s Road

London N1 2NA