iShorts is the entry level short film initiative delivered as part of the BFI NET.WORK.

Following the BFI 2022 Strategy announcement in November 2016, iShorts will no longer run.

For further information about short film funding and support, please visit the BFI NET.WORK website: http://network.bfi.org.uk/

iShorts 3

After the launch of the third round of Creative England's iShorts scheme back in September 2015, 16 innovating film superstars have been chosen to produce iShorts and unveil their campaigns on Crowdfunder.co.uk.

Following a rigorous assessment process of over 300 applications, a variety of teams have been selected to crowdfund, develop and produce their short films through the latest round of Creative England's iShorts, delivered as part of the BFI NET.WORK.

Each team will also receive a £5,000 production award alongside editorial support, mentoring and professional development from the Creative England Talent Development team and bespoke skills training funded by Creative Skillset.

Below, you'll find more information about each project and the team behind it. You'll also find out how you can support each short's progress by pledging to their campaigns on CrowdfunderUK.

iShorts 2

For our second round of iShorts, we invited Crowdfunder to get in on the action and help support some of the most innovative filmmakers from the English regions.

After a competitive selection process, 19 producer/director teams were chosen to take part in iShorts 2. In order to unlock a share of our £100,000 fund, each team was invited to create their own Crowdfunder campaign to help raise additional finance, reach new audiences and help make the film of their dreams.

Below you'll find details of all 19 of our chosen producer/director teams and their short film projects. Further details on their progress will be announced soon.

iShorts 2 Filmmaker Projects

Resources

Below you'll find a selection of video tips from filmmakers and industry experts.

Find out how to improve the quality of your short, develop better working relationships with your Heads of Department and properly promote your work when festival season rolls around.

iShorts1 Showreel

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