London Short Film Festival (LSFF) has today announced its full 2019 programme, screening hundreds of UK and International short films from across music, culture and politics over ten days, from 11th-20th January.
Now in its sixteenth year, LSFF is a vital moment in the UK film calendar and retains its status as the UK’s premiere destination for the best in UK and international independent short film. This year, the festival will see a focus on alternative '80s culture, a moment bringing outsider art across to the mainstream.
LSFF is a beacon of inclusive and groundbreaking filmmaking from a diverse range of backgrounds; in 2019 the Festival will show a huge selection of UK and international short films across a series of strands, including music, politics, culture, LGBTQ+ and BAME.
Also just to let you know within this year's programme there is a feature film in the shape of the infamous video nasty, Basket Case, as part of Nasty Stuff curated by Prano Bailey-Bond in association with Cigarette Burns Cinema.