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15 SEPTEMBER 2013

ShortsTV: short film cable and satellite television channel

"ShortsTV is the global home to short film, where short stories come to life in stunning high definition. Available across the USA and Europe, the channel brings audiences captivating contemporary short form content from filmmakers across six continents. Following unprecedented growth in the demand for short films, it is now available to 40 million homes and is successfully entertaining over 11 million subscribers. ShortsTV is a world–leading short film media group, designed with movie enthusiasts and experimental 'lean forward' viewers in mind. Combining cutting edge short films with new spectacular HD technology, audiences of all ages can expand their viewing pleasure from the comforts of their own home, or on the move through mobile devices. ShortsTV obtains only high quality live action, animation, and documentary movies from the world's most famous film festivals and independent suppliers. Through the acquisition of these films, the channel offers professional short filmmakers an unparalleled commercial medium to develop their careers.

ShortsTV is owned and operated by Shorts International Ltd, headquartered in London with its US head office in Los Angeles. Since 2006, Shorts International has produced the OSCAR Nominated Short Film theatrical release, distributing it to cinemas across North America and Europe with its special global media partners. In 2008, Shorts International became one of the earliest iTunes movie partners, bringing hundreds of the world's best independent shorts to the iTunes audience, years before the iTunes Movie Store launched. The films are now available in 54 countries worldwide."

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
01 AUGUST 2012

Film4 Scene Stealers: Sexy Biscuit

FIlm4 are running a competition whereby users recreate a favourite scene from a Film4–funded movie. I chose to recreate the opening of "Sexy Beast" in low–fi animation.

Fig.1 Francis Glenday "Sexy Biscuit", Country: New Zealand, Submitted: 31/07/2012, Recreating: Jonathan Glazer (2000) "Sexy Beast".

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animationAotearoa New Zealand • best new talent • biscuitfilm competition • Film4 channel • filmmakerfilmmaking • Francis Glenday • gingerbread man • independent filmmaking • Jonathan Glazer • kiwi short filmskiwi shortslow-budget filmlow-fi • micro budget • nz short film • original screenplay • ovenpaying homage • recreate a favourite scene • remake • Sexy Beast • short filmshort film making • short film projects • short films • stealing a scene • under the gri

CONTRIBUTOR

Francis Glenday
03 JUNE 2009

Annecy 2009: International Animation Film Festival

"International Animation Film Festival
Monday 8 to Saturday 13 June 2009
Annecy has been showcasing the very best in animation for over 45 years, making it the industry's leading international competitive festival.

The competition is open to the following 5 film categories, each using different animation techniques:
– feature films,
– short films,
– commissioned and TV films,
– graduation films"
(Annecy 2009)

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animationanimation festival • Annecy 2009 • competitioncreative practicedesignexperimentationfeature filmfestivalfilmFrancenarrative • Serge Bromberg • short filmsspectaclestudent films

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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