AboutTriForce Short Film Festival
TFSFF is a short film festival established by the TriForce Creative Network in 2012 to showcase talent in contemporary film-making, helping emerging film-makers to develop skills and access opportunities to further their careers. With a focus on recognising and supporting diverse talent, the festival brings together film-makers with the movers and shakers in the industry, enabling emerging artists to break into the mainstream. 16 shortlisted films get the chance to be seen on the big screen, in front of key industry representatives, with the winning film-makers earning career development opportunities with our industry partners, as well as a cash prize for their next project. The TFSFF takes place at BAFTA, presenting a packed day of seminars tackling the key issues of the industry and offering invaluable advice from industry professionals, alongside a bustling industry expo and screenings of the shortlisted films. Concluding with a red carpet gala evening attended by high profile supporters, the TFSFF is the place to see untapped and diverse talent, showcasing innovative story-telling and visually stunning short films.
Partners2017 Festival Partners & Supporters
“TriForce strives to provide an open door policy – all short films will be considered, we are actively looking to increase diversity in short film production.”
“We had our UK premiere of Dream Date at TFSFF in 2013. The film has now screened world-wide but TriForce were one of the first to see its broad appeal.”
Andromeda Godfrey, Producer
“I had a great time at the TriForce Short Film Festival, saw some brilliant films, and met some wonderfully talented people who I hope to work with in the future.”
Jane Gull, Director
“It’s a pleasure to support the TriForce Creative Network in the work they are doing to help people get on in our industry.”
David Harewood, Actor
Judges2017 Festival Judging Panel
SubmissionsSubmit your film
General Submissions (Non-Scripted)
- Earlybird Submissions (Until 21st June) $25 USD
- Regular Submissions (15th September) $35 USD
- Films must be between 5 and 20 minutes long, including credits.