The Short Film Channel

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The Short Film Channel, TV - Mobile - Online Showing around the world The Short Film app, we will showcase the very best talents from filmmakers around the globe. With the success of The Short Film Show a globally recognized platform for the very best in short films. The group is proud to bring you The Short Film app, we are now accepting submissions for the app. Please note that submissions made here are for the mobile app which is in development. There is no guarantee that your film will be used. Please see our rules. With support from researchers at the University of Nottingham in the UK and China we are building an awesome app that is dedicated to everything short film with the same ethos as The Short Film Show. Researchers at these Universities are conducting multiple research projects around the app from the changing ways that people watch content to ways of paying filmmakers back and enhanced viewer demographics. This is your chance to be part of something amazing.. We showcase the very best talent from around the world. The app will be available online - on TV and Mobile. The subscription APP is aimed at paying you back. (subject to viewers) The Short Film Show is the go-to brand for curated quality films, audiences around the world know us as the home of short films. There is a vast array of short films, many of which are award-winning and produced from budgets varying from nothing to £100k plus. They have often been financed through a whole host of means including crowd-funding and involve the creative talents of cast and crew all driven by one thing… passion, a passion to produce something that can be shared and enjoyed with others not just locally but worldwide. Short films come in all shapes and sizes and their duration can be anything from 45 seconds to 45 minutes involving captivating storylines and superb photography. Some make it the local cinema for audiences of a few hundred before being transferred to platforms such as YouTube and Vimeo. While sitting gathering viral dust on these servers and being buried beneath copious amount of less ambitious efforts, they may have at least pushed their producer’s up another rung on their career ladder.


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