ShortsTV Blog

Keep up to date on the short film scene with the latest blog posts from ShortsTV and our partners

Our Top 5 Animated Short Films from Annecy 2018

For over 50 years, the Annecy Festival has been dedicated to gathering independent and professional artists to create an environment of diverse, creative content. We went to the festival to discover the latest and greatest animated short films, and from the 130 short films picked for official competition this year,...

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ShortsTV to launch in India soon!

ShortsTV, the world’s only television network dedicated to short movies, is coming in August to TV audiences across India! India has a rich cinematic history and short movies are the newest, hottest cinema trend taking the world by storm. Online, Indian directors and actors have been using short films to...

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A Short Film by one of ShortsTV's own

ShortsTV's resident Director and Producer, Max Clendaniel, has recently made a short film called 'Nonsense' that screened at the 2018 London Short Film Festival. Here, he tells us about the sense behind Nonsense... ‘Nonsense’ is a surreal comedy set in a world where people can be born without human senses....

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Filming Short Films in Uganda (part 2)

ShortsTV’s Head of Production (Stephanie Charmail) and Producer/Camerman (Maxwell Creed) are filming short films in Uganda on behalf of children’s charity, Lessons for Life. In this final blog post from Uganda, Stephanie writes about the last few days of their week in the country and reflects on the great work being done by...

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Filming Short Films in Uganda

ShortsTV’s Head of Production (Stephanie Charmail) and Producer (Maxwell Creed) are filming short films in Uganda on behalf of children’s charity, Lessons for Life. In this blog post they write about their first three days in the country and some of the challenges they have faced so far. It's day three for...

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ShortsTV goes to Uganda

ShortsTV’s Head of Production (Stephanie Charmail) and Producer (Maxwell Creed) are on their way to Uganda to make short films on behalf of children’s charity, Lessons for Life. Over the next week, they will be writing about their experiences on our blog and sharing insights about what it’s like to...

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ShortsTV Joins Congress to Support Diversity in Hollywood

As National Hispanic Heritage Month begins amid a raging debate on race, opportunity and diversity, ShortsTV is proud to join with members of Congress to expand the range of voices and perspectives in Hollywood’s talent pipeline. ShortsTV has long put special emphasis on bringing to our TV audiences short films...

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Q&A: Toronto International Film Festival

We sat down with Jason Anderson, programmer of the Toronto International Film Festival's short film programme, Short Cuts about what they have to offer this year. Jason Anderson (Photo: George Pimentel, WireImage Getty for TIFF) 1. Tell us about the short film programme at TIFF and what makes it special? Short...

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Earlier this year we went to Cambridge, England to visit the Watersprite Film Festival. Watersprite is an international film competition and festival that aims to discover, showcase and nurture emerging talent from around the world. While there, we met Kristina Shtubert who had travelled to Cambridge from her home in Germany...

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