The 3rd edition of Bucharest Short Film Festival is getting closer

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Bucharest Short Film Festival returns with the 3rd edition between 8th and 14th of December, at Cinemateca Eforie, with a new selection of exceptional films awarded in the biggest film festivals around the world: Annecy, Bafta, Berlinale, Cannes, Clermont-Ferrand, Edinburgh, Locarno, Moscow, Palm Springs, Raindance, Venice, Sundance, Tribeca, Toronto, and many, many more!

7 nights of film festival with short films coming from all over the world, selected from over 1.400 submitted films entered in the BSFF 2018 competition: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Israel, Poland, Republic of Moldova, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United States of America.

The BSFF jury this year consists of: Caroline Gombé [film, television and theater actress and artistic director of the festival], Octavian Chiriac [animator 3D], Sorin Baican [film editor, audio-visual producer], Daniel Serbanica [director of photography], Adrian Aghenitei [aniamtor 2D], Alex Doiciu [animator 2D & 3D], Bogdan Filip [director of photography and photographer], Stefan Crisan [music producer and sound editor], and Radu Munteanu, film producer and director, the initiator & the director of the BSFF festival.

More information about the jury members, as well as about the festival program, and the films selected in the third edition of the BSFF, can be found on our website,

Films with English & Romanian subtitles.

Tickets for BSFF 2018 are available in advance and throughout the festival, through, partner points at, and during the festival, at Cinemateca Eforie, one hour before the projections.

BUCHAREST SHORT FILM FESTIVAL [BSFF] is an annual event, designed with and for artists, to offer them a platform of free expression. An independent one.

BSFF is a short film festival that presents and rewards some of the best new international short films in the categories: Animation, Documentary, Human Rights, Experimental, Narrative Film, Fashion, Stop Motion, Student, Music-video, giving priority to independent films, always. Why?

INDEPENDENT, this is the keyword for BSFF. Because the festival was founded and organized by independent film professionals and focuses on independent cinema artists around the world. BSFF is an artistic alternative to what is shown in other festivals in Romania, with the aim of recognizing, presenting and spreading the most professional, innovative and exciting new international short films, always giving priority to independent films.

BSFF presents exceptional content. The multitude of places in the world these short films come from offers an universal perspective over the way we live and feel about the present. The festival invites foreign artists in Romania, for the first time, artists with a new and courageous voice, artists who reflect, through what they create, the perspectives of new generations. And the previous editions of the Festival, proved the authenticity of these statements, in situ. The cinema halls was more-than-full or almost full, evenings in a row, and the fervent applause of the audience accompanied almost all the projected films in BSFF 2016 & 2017 editions.

Our motivation is excellence, creativity and innovation in the cinematic art.

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