• Film Screenings, Pop-Up Cinema and Pop-Up
  • Tickets from £12.00
  • Embankment
  • Over 18
  • Fri, 7th Jun 2024 @ 18:30 - 22:30
  • 18:30 - 22:30

After a fantastic first event, we're delighted to welcome back SHORTIES to RSA House.

On Friday 7 June we'll be screening films all made by women, all different genres and themes with a multitude of powerful messages. Line-up to be announced. 

Your ticket will include a welcome drink on arrival where you'll be invited to claim your industry title with a badge - this could be; Director, Producer, Writer, Designer or Camera. This will help aid and direct networking with other women working in film - Shorties is where you can meet your film making tribe! The night will then conclude with an open conversation with the creators of the short's and you'll have your chance to ask questions and get involved.


SHORTIES is not just an opportunity, but a ground breaking platform that empowers and celebrates the talents of female short film makers. It aims to amplify their voices and showcase their exceptional work on the grandest stage of all - the big screen. With a glaring gender disparity exhibited in mainstream award nominations, SHORTIES sweeps in to bridge this gap and challenge traditional norms. It is a powerful movement that creates an inclusive space where like-minded female creatives can gather, connect, and collaborate, starting from the very grassroots of the industry. No longer will the film industry remain an exclusive boys club; SHORTIES is here to revolutionise and champion talented female filmmakers.

As well as screening a diverse range of short films, our organisation prides itself on creating an immersive and interactive experience for our audience. One of the ways we achieve this is by hosting engaging Q&A sessions and thought-provoking discussions, expertly mediated by the esteemed Lois Brabin Platt. With her exceptional skills as a mediator, Lois encourages a panel of accomplished female professionals to take the stage, providing a platform for them to discuss their personal journeys and share their invaluable insights into the ever-evolving industry. This unique approach not only fosters a deeper understanding of the challenges and triumphs faced by women in the industry but also empowers our audience with knowledge and inspiration to pursue their own passions and dreams within the field.


Tickets are £12 and include a drink on entry. 




Ticket Event time Cost
General Admission 18:30 - 22:30 £12.00



RSA House 8, John Adam Street, WC2N 6EZ



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Embankment (Tube)


RSA House
RSA House has been home to the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacture and Commerce) and its 30,000 strong fellowship since 1774 as well as some of the greatest thinkers and social activists of the past 200 years. Some notable names of past and present fellows you might recognise include Charles Dickens, Dame Judi Dench, Sir David Attenborough and Professor Steven Hawking. The Coffee House is open to the public Mon-Fri from 8:30am. We host ticketed event throughout the house regularly and there is something for everyone. Everyone is welcome. The house also hosts 11 bookable spaces that are available for all event types - from conferences to parties. Get in touch at for more details.


RSA House

The Royal Society Arts and Commerce is long historic charity that aims to make positive change for society. They're housed in stunning Georgian town house near Charing Cross and just off The Strand, on John Adam Street. Over the past 250 years, the building is now a hub for people from across the…


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  • Written by Elizabeth

    Rating: 5


    Visited 2 weeks ago
    This is a brilliant film - humane, fascinating and Incredibly moving. Thoroughly recommended.
  • Written by Ho

    Rating: 4


    Visited 3 weeks ago
    It was good environment within the RSA Great Hall amongst of a group reasonably friendly participants with a drink and then get on the serious business of life drawing with a model and instructor. The session could be improved with more explicit explanations of the purpose behind the practical drawing exercise about poses just before the session.

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