After three successful years of sold-out screenings, premieres, and dozens of excellent short films, the London International Short Film Festival will return in December 2019: now running at the iconic Brixton Ritzy.

LISFF will run December 10th-12th, 2019, in screen 5 at the Ritzy.

Schedule:

Tuesday December 10th

8.15pm: Block 1
On The Move (Zi Ye)
Peas and Pasta (Lewis Reynolds)
Grimsby Girl (Anna Keel)
Under the Moonlight (Jia Shijun)
The Adventurer’s Diary (Ben Wicks)
Thebes Crossing (Frank Seliada)

9.45pm: Block 2, Documentary Shorts
Heng Yue (Tara Darby)
One Ocean (Anne de Carbuccia)
Yeerdah (Sonal Kantaria)
Isle of Muck (Bálint Bíró)
Palestine Underground (Jessica Kelly)

Wednesday December 11th

8.15pm: Block 3
Wake Up!! (Jingpei Xiao)
Fight or Flight (Pahrnia Parsons & Jackson Kingsley)
Two Mums and a Giraffe (Rachel Tillotson)
In The Dark (Terry Smith)
What You Will (Aletha Shepherd)
Masculine (Zoé Chadeau)

9.45pm: Block 4, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror Block
A Low Hum (Scott Otto Anderson)
A Midwinter Night’s Dream (Martin Gooch)
Green Glass Doors (Alex Madden)
R Section (Crispin Sholto Heaton)
Sorrow (Sam Edwards)

Thursday December 12th

8.15pm: Block 5
The Competition (Gloria Civantos)
Osariya (Calvin Chinthaka)
How to Sink a Paper Boat (David Bolger)
No Body (Haemin Ko)
Astronata – Pain (Asya Nikolaeva)
The Best Thing (Yonatan Elkayam)
From Santo Domingo To Zocalo (Francisco Bautista Reyes)

9.45pm: Block 6, Musical, Experimental and Holiday Shorts
Mad About The Boy (Samir Bhamra)
Ananda Jacobs – Fire of the Sun (WY²K: Wataru Yoneda & Kenju Yoshino)
Self-Location (Chachee Valentine)
Holy Jail (Maria Lavelle)
Killing Christmas (Trudy Bellinger)