The Magic Of Craft

London Short Film Festival 2022

Four epic films graded by Cheat colourists at LSFF for 2022. Congratulations Vlad, Karol, Toby and everyone involved.


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A young man tries to save a cow from slaughter, while two boys trawl through treacherous and desolate terrain, escaping an invisible threat.

Showing in ‘Uk Competition: Eye of the Duck’ on 21st Jan at BFI Southbank

Director: Matt Crawford

Writers: Matt Crawford& Paul Carey

DOP: Jack Edwards

Grade by Toby



Three aspiring criminals grab a local troublemaker who owes them money, throw him into the back of a car and speed off into the night. Their journey gradually descends into chaos as the macho facade crumbles, and reality sets in for the long, awkward drive to an unknown, ever-changing destination.

Showing in New Shorts: Pulp Fiction on 21st Jan at Curzon Soho

Written, Directed and Produced by Sion Thomas

Written and Produced by Owen Davis

Grade by Vlad



In rural Austria, young women are the primary spectators of hypermasculine Krampus folklore traditions. Welding documentary footage with the imaginary, Ember descends into the apocalyptic world of modern Krampus rituals through the eyes of a lone female.

Showing in New Shorts: Gothic on 19th Jan at Curzon Soho

Directed by Nathalie Seidl

Grade by Karol



The film invites a moment of reflection on the otherness faced by the deaf community and by people of colour within music, culture and the arts.

Showing in ‘D/deaf Shorts: My Eye Is My Ear’ on 15th Jan at BFI Southbank

Director/Composer Jasmin Kent Rodgman

DoP Laura Seward

Grade by Karol

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