2021 ANNUAL AWARDS

2021 Annual Awards - London Web Fest

NOMINEES & WINNERS:
 

BEST WEB SERIES -

Kura, Season 2 -  Directed by Vince McMillan

Miliz! - Directed by Wouter Wirth, Moritz Adlon 

Loving Captivity - Directed by Libby Butler

Just the two of us - Directed by Benoit Lach

 

BEST SHORT FILM -

Time and Place - Directed by Matt Dickstein

Je Sais Pas - Directed by Jérémy Barlozzo

Can you See Me? - Directed by Christian Elliott & Bruce Macdonald

Holestepper - Directed by Sergio Fernández Muñoz


BEST DOCUMENTARY -

Going Flat - Directed by Graeme Weston, Julian Civiero

Is The UK Innocent? - Directed by José Maria Martinelli

Going Deeper - Directed by Luke Huxham

Dajla: cinema and oblivion - Directed by Arturo Dueñas

 

BEST ANIMATION - 

My Babushka Smokes A Pipe - Directed by Ivan Pavlov

Behind the glass - Directed by Pedro de la Llave

tethered - Directed by Gaia Alari

Love has many colours - Directed by Lili Giacobino

 

BEST DANCE/MUSIC VIDEO -

Moving Barcelona - Directed by Jevan Chowdhury

Human Condition - Directed by Aneka Manners, Rose Alice

2 Down - Directed by Sam Farage

Like Water - Directed by Mthuthuzeli November


BEST WEIRD & WONDERFUL - 

Convenience Store - Directed by YeaJean Choi, GunWoo Jun, HyunSoo Yoon

Koselig - Directed by Cassie LeFevre

Via Veneto - Directed by Lorenzo Catapano

Boomslang -Directed by Trevor Ryan

BEST STUDENT FILM -

Aubade - Directed by Joe Lowengrey

Refugee Roads - Directed by Florian Volz, Timo Schmidt

Woken from a dream - Directed by Taj Kokayi

Heart Whispers - Directed by Ash Verwiel


January 2022 saw the First Annual London Web Fest Awards in the heart of Waterloo's theatre district. Filmmakers and guest judges from the past year came together to celebrate the best in short-form filmmaking. Winners were presented with one of our Custom Awards designed by UDA.
Win

Photographer - Carlton Smith
Filmographer - Richard Hughes

Best Short Film Winner Interview -

'Can You See Me?'
Directed by Christian Elliott & Bruce Macdonald

Modern-day slavery is as real today as its ever been, and Sex Tourism is on the increase only slowed down by recent restrictions with travel. These restrictions will decrease over time, and the appetite for sex tourism will be higher than ever before. There are 9000 cases a year involving sex offenders that we know of in the United States and 100s of thousands involving minors around the world.
Best Documentary Winner Interview -

'Going Flat'
Directed by Graeme Weston & Julian Civiero

In 2017 Katie Clare took a DNA test revealing a gene mutation. The mutation means she has a 50 to 85 per cent chance of developing breast cancer. We learn Katie’s mother died from breast cancer four years after being diagnosed at 39 — Katie’s current age.
Filmfreeway Submission