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.
It's a short film festival with a difference - 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. The TFSFF is the place to see untapped and diverse talent, showcasing innovative story-telling and visually stunning short films. It's all about developing your career, networking and finding new opportunities.
There are a few different ticket types available:
Day Pass £25 - this is our most popular ticket. A day pass gives you access to ALL the seminars and screenings, as well as the industry Expo in the David Lean Room. Basically you get to hang out all day at BAFTA and network your socks off!
Seminar + Screening £10 - you can buy individual tickets for each of the 4 sessions, which gives you access to that specific seminar and screening as well as the Expo in the David Lean Room.
It's obviously better value to buy the Day Pass, but it's important to us that we make the festival as accessible as possible, which is why we offer a cheaper alternative.
2016 partners include: Stefan Allesch-Taylor CBE, Shiver, BECTU, Hiive, 4Talent, Creative Skillset, Shine Media, Sharp House and Hit Film Pro 4.
We would like to find out a little bit more about our who our attendees are this year. Because of this, we've added a few simple questions to the ticket buying process. We have asked everyone to answer these questions but we appreciate they can be a bit intrusive so of course there is a 'Prefer not to disclose' option for every single question, so if you don't want to tell us anything more about yourself, you don't have to. Please be assured this information will be made anonymous so we are just looking at statistics, not individuals.