London Web Fest Announces December Award Winners & Launches Industry Q&A Panels
The London International Web & Short Films Festival is an international online film festival celebrating everything short.
Each month they invite guest judges to review submissions; from award-winning actors to directors and producers. LWF exists to have your short films and series critiqued by professionals working in all aspects of the filmmaking industry.
The festival culminates with a Live Screening and awards event in the heart of London's Tottenham court road, showcasing the year's monthly winners.
In addition to the festival, they have begun monthly international industry panels form their ‘Official Selections’. Last month saw their first two Q&A’s ‘Life Both Sides Of The Lens’ chatting with Producers and Directors who also perform in their own work. January’s panel sees Hollywood sound designer and guest judge, Phil Lee, talk with invited guests.
"Because the past year has found everyone stuck indoors, we wanted to find a way for filmmakers and performers to still communicate, get their work out there and give insights to other creators whilst in lockdown.” - Saul Marron, Festival Director
London Web Fest December Winners:
Best Short Film: Can You See Me? Directed by Christian Elliott & Bruce McDonald
Best Web-Series: Juste Noix Deux (Just The Two Of Us) - Directed by Ben Lach
Best Cinematography: Juste Noix Deux (Just The Two Of Us) - Directed by Ben Lach
Best Production: Juste Noix Deux (Just The Two Of Us) - Directed by Ben Lach
Best Ensemble Cast: Juste Noix Deux (Just The Two Of Us) - Directed by Ben Lach
Best Animation: My Babushka Smokes A Pipe - Directed by Ivan Pavlov
Best Dance/Music Video: Another Me In The World - Directed by Yiming Fan
Best Director: Also With You - Directed by Ellie Gravitte
Best Editing: Avocado Toast - Directed by Sam Coyle
Best Female Performance: Tara Hetharia (Heat) - Directed by Martijn Winkler
Best Male Performance: Ray Harrington (Undependent) Directed by Ray Harrington
Best Sound Design: Mazloom - Directed by Marium Khalid
Best Weird & Wonderful: Koselig (noun/verb) - Directed by Cassie Lefevre
You can view all their work and submit your films at www.londonwebfest.co.uk