London School of English Film Competition

Posted on 16 August 2012

Film competition on theme of ‘100’

This year The London School of English is celebrating its centenary and celebrating with a film competition.

They’re asking for short films based around the theme ‘One Hundred’. The competition is open to anyone and films must be less than 10 minutes in length.

Entrants should be as creative as possible with the theme, although it may be useful to know that The London School of English teaches adults rather than children. Their mission is to help international communication and to encourage mutual understanding between people of different countries, backgrounds and cultures.

The competition deadline is 17 September 2012, by which time they must have received a playable DVD and high quality Quicktime file of your film. They will then be watched by a judging panel of industry professionals and film programmers, who will select the 3 winning films.


First prize: £3000

Second prize: £1500

Third prize: £50

Head over to their website for T&Cs and to download an application pack.

London School of English Film Competition