Soho House Shorts
A new short film competition, featuring projects that are created from home
Soho House Shorts is a short film competition, encouraging members to make their own films using the resources that they have on hand. The winner, voted for by the Soho House membership, receives a mentoring session from a notable writer, producer or director to help with their next project
Using our June editorial theme, ‘Joy Of the New’, as inspiration, we asked all participants to create a one-page synopsis of their story and submit their two-minute film via Vimeo or YouTube by Friday 5 June. A panel of judges, including our team and a group of members from the film industry, selected five finalists, whose films were showcased on sohohouse.com from Sunday 5 July onwards.
Over the last month, our Soho House members have voted for their favourite short, and we now have a winner: “Shipped,” by DUMBO House member Kylan Tyng.
Watch the winning film below, alongside our other four finalists.
Soho House Shorts finalists
Shipped by Kylan Tyng, Dumbo House
Amidst social distancing, a young painter crafts a clever way to create the human connection we all need
A Guide on Finding Safe Love by Andrea Land, Shoreditch House
Following reports that lockdown is best spent with a sex buddy, a girl prepares a nonsensical guide on how to find safe love
I Only Have Eye(s) for You by Patrick Hamm, Soho House Berlin
A woman discovers that when it comes to love, sometimes getting it wrong is the only way to get it right
Ciara by Kit Pilosof, Soho House Toronto
In the mess of life, with its unpredictability often leaving you feeling insignificant, one fearless New Yorker proves that what she chooses to wear transcends material
Schism by Valerie Steinberg, Soho House West Hollywood
Three months into quarantine, a woman dreams of escaping her apartment – but when she finally splits, it’s in more ways than one