One of the world’s largest and most dynamic short film organizations, Future Shorts, has announced the launch of its short film channel on Joost, the new free online television platform.
Future Shorts is one of the world’s leading and most innovative short film labels. Since its inception in 2003 it has revolutionised the way in which short film is exhibited and distributed. The Future Shorts festival now operates in 25 countries and gives filmmakers the largest platform available to have their work seen around the world. A Future Shorts channel is now available on Joost, showcasing the work of both established filmmakers and upcoming talent whilst giving them a unique medium to distribute their work.
“Future Shorts aims to catapult short film into the mainstream. With the launch of the Future Shorts channel on Joost this is a major step in reaching this goal.” Fabien Riggall, Founder and Director, Future Shorts
Joost is an online TV service that allows users to watch films for free and to interact with other users. It is a new and exciting way of watching TV, allowing the user a variety of shows and the ability to interact with other members via full screen high-quality video.
The Future Shorts Channel will highlight the very best in short films and music videos as well as providing coverage from live film events and interviews with filmmakers and audiences alike.
Posted on October 2, 2007 in News by Film Threat Staff
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