Join the NOWNESS China team and special guests for screenings of their CHINA WAVE film series, with additional panel discussion following the 5th NOWNESS China Short Film Awards, held in Shanghai in December 2023 and supported by Chanel.

A selection of short films made by an exciting new generation of Asian filmmaking talent, selected from hundreds of submissions by a distinguished jury comprising experts from the film, cultural, and art industries.

Nowness China’s touring Programme 2 and panel discussion will take place as part of London Short Film Festival 2024’s Industry Programme.

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About NOWNESS China

NOWNESS is a video channel premiering the best in global arts and culture across Art & Design, Culture, Fashion & Beauty, Music and Food & Travel. The NOWNESS Short Film Awards dedicates to present contemporary Image culture, discover emerging filmmakers and drive creative passion. NOWNESS China also aims to promote young talents through a creative voice via its international platform, supporting their career development in China and beyond. Over the years, NOWNESS  China had discovered many young insightful, creative and talented filmmakers and had supported them in creating a series of short films that reflected this contemporary era.

About London Short Film Festival

Founded in 2003 and now in its 21st year, London Short Film Festival (LSFF) is a BAFTA and BIFA qualifying, internationally-regarded independent short film festival.

Each January, LSFF hosts ten days of short films, live events, Q&As and multidisciplinary curation. The festival presents between 250-500 British and international films each edition, collaboratively programmed down from 5000+ open submissions, alongside Special Events and an industry offering of workshops, panels and discussion for filmmakers and workers.

LSFF exists to spotlight a multiplicity of filmmakers, visual artists and creatives, across intersections and with a commitment to peripheral voices. LSFF pride themselves on a 20-year ethos of giving screen-space and visibility to unconventional and thoroughly independent filmmaking, and the festival programming seeks to situate the contemporary in dialogue with its history and the world at large.