Best Man has won the Best Short Short Award in the competition. It tells the story of the newly engaged Donald, who wants his good friend, Patrick, to be the best man at his wedding. The caveat is that, if Patrick is to be his best man, his first task is to get Donald out of the marriage by getting rid of his fiancée, which, as well as being somewhat contradictory, leads Patrick to believe that Donald has in fact lost his mind. When the bride-to-be turns up, Patrick faces a problem.
The fabulous comedy, The Duel At Blood Creek, was a winner in the 4th FILMSshort Competition. Blood Creek is the name of a popular site where men settle matters of honour with an old-fashioned duel. Unfortunately, it is proving rather too popular today as several would-be duellers arrive at the same time. The bickering and posturing builds up until the fighting begins. But who will survive in such a bloodthirsty age as this?
The short comedy Fred, a fantastic computer animation, was a winner in the FILMSshort competition. Fred tells the story of two ingenious mice, a wedge of cheese and a feline called Fred. The highly-skilled mice come up with a cunning plan to get past the sleeping Fred but they unfortunately wake him. Fred mistakes their attempts to bypass him as an invitation to dance. And Fred has some moves!
Time Travel Lover was a finalist in the 7th FILMSshort competition (you can see other finalists here). Time Travel Lover is a comedy written by, and starring, Elisha Yaffe. He plays one of a pair of lovers who are interrupted by himself, having come back from the future. He is there to tell his previous self not to continue with the relationship. However, this future self is not the only person from the future who wants to have a say on the matter...