Thank you sending us all you amazing short films

This year’s open call for short film submissions is now closed. We want to thank you so much for all your short film submissions, we are completely overwhelmed …
We’ve received over 2300 submissions from 99 countries, many countries that we have previously not received short films from.
So thank you so much for submitting your short films to us 🙌
We are working hard on watching all the films, and selecting the ones to screen as part of this year’s festival. All submissions will be answered be the notification deadline 2. August ✌️

Open call for short film submissions

We have opened up for short film submissions for the 9th edition of Copenhagen Short Film Festival.
Submit your short film to us through FilmFreeway.

Festival dates: 6.-10. October 2021

We are happy to announce that this year’s festival will be 6.-10. October 2021, and we can’t wait to explore the wonderful World of short film with all of you. 

Cancelled! The shortest day of the year screening

EDIT: Due to the latest regulations here in Copenhagen, this screening has unfortunately been cancelled. We hope to see you again in 2021.

December 21. is the shortest day of the year, and with the extra hours in the dark, we think there is no better way to celebrate than by watching some short horror films. And we invite you to join us.

Come and celebrate the shortest day of the year with us – before we once again move towards brighter days – on Monday Dec. 21. 19:30 at Gloria Biograf.

Happy Halloween!

It’s once again that time of year when we snuggle underneath a blanket and scare ourselves senseless with great horror films. We have collected 13 of the scariest, goriest and most bloody short films for you, from our previous festival editions. Enjoy.

Check them out here

Member of the Short Film Conference

YEAH, we’re so happy to announce that we (Copenhagen Short Film Festival) are part of the Short Film Conference. You can find our landing page on their website here.