bTrim Lamba is a British-Indian writer-director. His first short ‘CRACKED SCREEN’ released in 2017 to multiple prizes and recognition including longlisting for a BIFA for Best British Short; selection for the 27th Saatchi and Saatchi New Directors Showcase in Cannes Lions; and winning multiple ‘Best Short’ awards worldwide. In 2019, Cracked Screen was acquired for permanent preservation in the BFI National Archive as a groundbreaking achievement in British filmmaking. His second short ‘BROKEN NEWS’ premiered at the 63rd BFI London Film Festival in 2019.
Trim holds BA and Masters degrees in English Literature from University of Oxford and Royal Holloway, University of London. Trim is developing his first feature 'NO ANIMALS WERE HARMED' with the BFI and is in post-production for his upcoming third short MUMMY'S PRESENT supported by the BFI Network. Trim is represented by Roxana Adle at Lark Management in the UK.
Film and TV
Winner of Best British Short at Danny Boyle's Shuffle Film Festival 2017
Winner of Best Short at MoMo Film Festival Zurich x Samsung 2018
Cannes Lions: The 27th Saatchi and Saatchi 2017 New Directors Showcase,
Longlist Best British Short at the British Independent Film Awards 2017
Cannes Lions: The 29th Saatchi and Saatchi New Creators Showcase 2019
Official Selection 63rd BFI London Film Festival 2019
The BFI National Archive: Permanent Preservation 2019
VICE: "Like a ‘Black Mirror’ Episode Directed by David Lynch"
Short of the Week: "Genius. Horrifying and Vital"
Directors Notes: "Trim Lamba Delivers A Horrifying Tale"
BiguMigu: "This short film is effective enough to freeze your blood..."