Dec 292010
short film
by Shavar Ross

Even if you are a hardcore movie lover, still you often do not have the scope of devoting two to three hours for the sake of a single movie. You are in a rat race and spending such a long hours for your amusement is just next to impossible for workaholics like you. Do not worry. DISH Network, the leading Satellite TV provider is at your doorstep. It has brought such lucrative offers that you can easily quench your thirst for good movies and you do not also have to spend hours for it. With such a lucrative offer in hand all the DISH lovers feel as if their dreams have come true.

Are you thinking that all this discussion is about recording films on DISH DVR? No. Although DISH HD DVR equipment facilitates you with the option of recording and replaying your programs several times, the present discussion boils down to something else. It is about DISH that is offering you with a bucket full of short length movies on a regular basis.

To be specific, there are multiple movies of shorter length that are aired on DISH TV which are enough to infuse excitement and joy in your humdrum life. The level of excitement gets increased if you can watch them in high quality HD programming mode. You can see superb pictures, rightly matched by spectacular Dolby digital sound track and thus you can create the ambience of a theater hall at your home. In any way this high class technology definitely would have increased your excitement level of viewing television.

In fact DISH Network has a plethora of channels that enable you to watch the best of the short films of the time. The most noteworthy channel is the Shorts HD with its treasure of multiple short movies to be enjoyed at the comfort of your home. This channel for short films telecast movies of half to merely one hour of time duration. There is ample scope so that you can stay tuned to all the glamour and glare of movie world.

What are the kinds of short films that you can watch on DISH TV channels? DISH short movies suffice the tastes and preferences of all people. To have the chill go down your spines there are special horror movies in short film category. Even if you have the taste to watch comedy flicks you must stay tune to some of the exclusive short comedy films. These short films will definitely provide you enough scope to laugh till your belly burns. Else, there are tragedy movies as well. You can get enough occasions to cry out your hearts with short tragedy films on DISH TV. You will have good times in abundance and this is a guarantee.

Short films are highly acclaimed in the film industry and there are vistas of short films that also have received accolades in film fests. Also there are several movies that have received prestigious Oscar Awards also. You can watch them all on DISH Network channels plus you can view the movies that are made by the budding directors of prestigious film institutes.

In this way you can watch the best of movies on DISH Network Satellite TV even when you do not have much time in hand.

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Dec 292010

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rubber johnny

released in july. a short film and 40 page book by chris cunningham. music by aphex twin. looks like a good un. see it

youtube find “first crush”

sweet short film by Julia Pott about falling in love
watch it here

antonella colorful

questa è la mia amica antonella, una videomaker indipendente.. potete guardare alcuni dei suoi cortometraggi presso

this is my friend antonella, an independent videomaker.. you can watch some of his short films on

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Dec 282010

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 24, 2006

Most design teams only dream about the recognition and confirmation of their creativity and talent being seen by others. Wander Graphics’ and Wander Films’ creative team of Joshua Clark and Aaron Weber can watch their award-winning film along with hundreds of thousands of viewers at 10:45 pm EST, Sunday, September 24, 2006 on the IFC, Independent Film Channel, when their short, Wander, airs to a national audience.

No stranger to awards, Wander, the short, winner of the Ivy Film Festival for best experiential short film, tells the story of a young boy as he navigates the hard and dangerous streets of the inner city. On his journey he discovers a glass jar with a magic light that leads him into a better world, where anger is transformed into love. Directed by Joshua Clark and produced by Aaron Weber, both graduates of the School of Visual Arts bring these creative skills to their work in Wander Graphics,

The firm works in graphics, film and music to tell the client’s story in a unique and engaging way. From websites, special effects and directive photography, Clark and Weber share a passion evident in their portfolio.

“Often the world thinks of design as separate piece or a product, like a website. For us design is the integral whole of our client’s message, which emerges not just as the end product but an experience of color, movement and experience,” states Weber, “We listen for the outcome and deliver the highest quality product that is an expression of the business.”

For a short film, Wander, has garnered a lot of attention and has been selected for numerous national and international film festivals including, Chicago, Rhode Island, Atlanta, and most recently, the Australian Film Festival. The film is also available for viewing at Wander Films, and on the Media Lab website at The firm transfers the director’s eye and producer’s vision to all facets of their work, especially photography:

“As filmmakers we approach photography from a uniquely different viewpoint. Step into our world and we will handle the creative and production aspects of a shoot with the same precision and results we have utilized in our award winning filmmaking,” states Director Joshua Clark.

For more information on Wander Film and Graphics suite of products and services, please visit or call 323-230-7361. For interviews, please contact their Los Angeles based representative, Maureen O’Crean at 310-379-9620 or email through her website at


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Dec 262010
short film
by vancouverfilmschool

Technology has advanced so much in the past few years that mobile phones have really become a one stop shop for most people. It is pretty common knowledge that just about anything and everything can be done on a mobile phone, including recording short films.
If you’re stuck with a phone that does all the irregular things, like make phone calls and send text messages, creating short films can be a great way to pass the time by while on holidays, on a road trip or even during your lunch break.

The Best Mobile Phone for Short Films

The iPhone 4 is a premier mobile phone that has the capability of recording short films on the phone. Not only can you create the short film but you can also use software that edits your film. Let’s be honest. You will not be able to make a full featured film or even a film of great quality but you can certainly let your creative juices flow.

Plus, knowing that you can create and edit short films on a mobile phone now, the future leaves the door open for even more advances. In a few years, you may be able to make styled commercials just using your mobile phone alone.

The First Short Film Recorded on a Mobile Phone

The first movie ever to be recorded and edited using only the iPhone 4 is called Apple of My Eye which was filmed by Micharl Korbel. This will never turn into an Oscar winning film but this short film is remarkable for other attributes.

Basically, a granddaughter and her grandfather are walking along the street eating ice cream, when they stop in front of a store window and watch a toy train pass by. The grandfather stands still, mesmerised by a toy train.

The viewer watches all of the places that the train travels to from the point of view of the grandfather. As the granddaughter tries to wake her grandfather from his daze he comes to tell her that he has an old story to tell her as they continue on their journey.

There is a certain level of creativity and thought behind the film that is portrayed well, even though it’s on a mobile phone. There is very little dialogue, but the music and imagery do spark a little emotion from the viewer.

Is the film a little cheesy? Of course. But what do you expect from recording a short film on a mobile phone. It is amazing that this type of quality and picture can be captured by just and that the entire short film can be edited on the thing you hold in your hand (the phone, for those playing at home).

So, now that you can see the levels of creativity that can be reached when it comes to filming a movie on your mobile phone, why don’t you try it out yourself?

This is the video 9 which will be made into a feature film by Tim Burton and Shane Acker. This video is fairly interesting and I found the version without the wierd sounds at the beginning.

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Dec 262010

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Sid Haig Portrait
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The veteran character actor and recent star of both House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects. Sid is soon to make a cameo in Rob Zombie’s Halloween remake.

This set appeared in Darkside, the UK’s premiere horror magazine. Here’s the article:

The veteran character actor and recent star of both House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects. Sid is soon to make a cameo in Rob Zombie’s Halloween remake.

Here is the article that appeared in Darkside Magazine, a few weeks before the release of the The Devil’s Rejects.

Sid Haig has a face your nightmares won’t let you forget. With sunken eyes, heavy brow, swollen features and grizzly black beard, this hulking menace of an actor oozes gravitas with every carefully considered sentence that growls through his leathery lips. Today as the Californian sun beats hard upon his signature bald skull, he stands a looming 6’4” tall and cloaked entirely in black, commands presence that is undeniable.

Our interview is held in a plastic-cupped seaside café, halfway along the famous Santa Monica Pier, one of Hollywood’s favourite film locations and the point where western civilization ends. For over forty years, Sid’s vicious visage has found him cast in over fifty feature films and three hundred television appearances, mostly as the “heavy with a gun”. Odd really, for his onscreen roles belie a warm, charismatic and down-to-earth personality in the flesh.

Sid Haig’s first acting role on celluloid was in a UCLA student short called The Host, directed by Jack Hill – a crossing of paths that spawned a career-long collaboration and association with gritty genre pictures. Hill cast Sid as a demented murderer in his first feature Spider Baby (1968), the cult horror classic that featured a singing Lon Chaney, Jnr. and he quickly became an exploitation regular in films such as The Big Dollhouse (1971), Coffy (1973), and Foxy Brown (1974). Cast as one of the Slumber Brothers in Diamonds Are Forever (1971), he even managed the lucky task of tossing a Bond girl from a Las Vegas hotel room and of course his shaven-headed appearance was a definite advantage when he auditioned for THX1138 (1971).

Due to dissatisfaction with his continual casting as heavies, Sid abandoned acting in 1992 to become a hypnotherapist. Yet he later joined the likes of John Travolta, David Carradine and Robert Forster with a career revival at the hands of Quentin Tarantino, playing the Judge in Jackie Brown (1997), the director’s ode to blaxploitation.

His next role was the most significant of his rejuvenated profession, playing the crazy killer clown Captain Spaulding in rocker Rob Zombie’s directorial debut House Of 1000 Corpses. Sid was actually cast because of the filmmaker’s love of the Saturday morning kids sci-fi series Jason Of Star Command (1979-81) in which he starred as the villainous cyborg Dragos. Fully bearded under thick white greasepaint like Caesar Romero in the sixties Batman, his creepy persona and penchant for murder in House Of 1000 Corpses created a character that many are calling the new horror icon of the 2000’s. Particularly surprising when one considers the panning that the film received at the hands of the critics when originally released. Fans knew better of course, and now Sid Haig is in a jovial mood, for the upcoming sequel looks set to succeed its predecessor in every single department.

“We had a screening of The Devil’s Rejects in Chatsworth in the San Fernando Valley with an audience of about five hundred people,” recalls Sid, full of beaming praise for his upcoming feature. “The final scene was taking place in broad daylight and the screen illuminated the faces of the audience. Rob made his way down front so he could get what their reaction would be. It was amazing because many of the women were crying and most of the guys were sitting there with their mouths open. They did a survey and 18 out of the 20 rated the film as excellent and the other two rated it very good. Now House was released at 600 theaters. The last word I got was that the new movie will be released in 2500 theaters nationwide! Lions Gate say it’s the largest release in the history of the company.”

The Devil’s Rejects continues the folklore surrounding the Dr. Satan cult murders created in House Of 1000 Corpses by following the Firefly family on another bloody rampage. Pursued by the brother of the late lamented Sheriff Wydell (played by William Forster) who is hell-bent on bloody revenge, the murderous clan is forced to hit the road. Captain Spaulding takes them to ‘Charlie’s Frontier Funland’ a safe house that happens to be his brother’s brothel, a house of ill repute where a final gory showdown takes place.

“Sheriff Wydell may even be a little more crazy than the Firefly family!” chuckles Sid like his demented clown character. “We find out fairly early in the film that Captain Spaulding’s connection to the Firefly’s is that he’s Baby’s father, which is an interesting little twist, having been adopted himself by a young black family. Ken Foree plays my brother and everyone is asking, ‘How is Ken Foree going to be playing your brother?’ He and I both are saying, ‘We’re brothers from another mother!’”

The sequel continues the recent trend in filmmaking to trawl through the back catalogue of seventies horror movies for inspiration. The cast not only includes Dawn Of The Dead’s Ken Foree but also Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2’s Bill Moseley (reprising his role of Otis with a more rugged, realistic look), Halloween’s P.J. Soles and The Hills Have Eyes’ Michael Berryman. Rob Zombie shoots in a bleached-out, grainy Super 16 film stock and creates a universe where Leatherface could easily be lurking behind a battered pick-up truck or rusted out refrigerator. But what’s with the recent fascination with everything just post of Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Sid pauses and rubs his bearded chin before answering.

“It was a period that horror films were really good and after that everything was kind of predictable, not really very scary at all. There’s not really a whole lot of creativity in Hollywood at this point. I am so pissed that somebody had the brilliant idea to remake House of Wax (1953). That was one of my favorite films as a kid. I was in the theatre the night that it opened and it was one of the first 3D films I saw. I can’t even think about going to see Paris Hilton prancing around – it drives me nuts!”

This time, Sid promises that Rob Zombie has matured as a filmmaker. House’s scenes inside the creepy haunted house ride, Lucio Fulciesque catacombs and the Firefly’s Texas Chainsaw shack give way to a desert road trip scenario with classic Western themes and motifs. The MTV editing has been replaced by a thoughtful, Sergio Leone-influenced style and a move towards realism.

“Horror films seem to have to take place at night. Watching horrible things happen in broad daylight is much scarier,” theorises the actor. “House Of 1000 Corpses was a little campy and cartoony at times. There’s still a little humor, but just not as much. Rejects happens in the sunshine and there’s some really nasty stuff. It’s a very violent film, perhaps even more violent than House. It has a kind of Sam Peckinpah feel to it, very much like The Wild Bunch (1969).”

The bloodbath finale to The Devil’s Rejects is already causing frenetic fan speculation across hyperspace. The original film of course suffered very badly at the censor’s scissors in most territories and it seems Rob Zombie had to present the sequel an incredible eight times to the MPAA before it received the magical ‘R’ rating.

“Everything is much more real,” explains Sid. “It’s not so much a question of cutting the violence out. Rob couldn’t get it because they’d say, ‘We can’t pass that scene.’ He’d reply, ‘I don’t understand. Nobody gets molested in any way. There’s no blood, there’s no gore, there’s not even any cursing. So what’s the problem?’ ‘Well it’s too real,’ was the answer. Isn’t that what film is supposed to be? So it was an educational process for the MPAA.”

Perhaps members of the board were simply victims of caulrophobia, the dreaded fear of clowns. Could the sight of Sid Haig in Captain Spaulding make-up have been too much for their delicate sensibilities? The man behind the greasepaint doesn’t really understand the whole fascination with those evil, twisted monsters with venomous red noses and squirting flowers. Not to mention those enormous feet, fit for stomping small babies:

“I had really never heard that much about clown phobias until I did this film and people are just totally freaked out. I just think it’s the visual thing of this totally weird clown with the beard, the frown and the black eyes. Then other people just love the fact that this wacky clown is so evil and just does terrible things. Actually, a young lady was getting married and wanted me to perform the service as Spaulding. I said, ‘Well I can’t do it. I’m not ordained.’ So she got on the Internet with all my information and I’m now an ordained minister. I married them at the Chiller Theater convention in New Jersey in full makeup and insulting as hell. Everybody was drunk, laughing and carrying on.”

With Captain Spaulding sparking the imagination of young audience, a new generation is discovering some of Sid’s early work and most notably the wonderfully warped Spider Baby, another tale of a murderous family with a penchant for cannibalism. That low-budget movie enabled Sid to work with one of the masters of screen horror, the Wolfman himself, Lon Chaney, Jnr. during the twilight of his career. It was a last hoorah for a star who had truly fallen to the depths of bottle, a performance that would have been a fitting final bow instead of his ending up as an embarrassing bit part in Al Adamson’s campy but crappy Dracula Vs Frankenstein (1971).

“That was an amazing experience,” recalls the bearded genre icon. “Lon was so grateful to get that job, that somebody thought enough of him to offer him a part like that. He was really dedicated to what he was doing and dried out to do the film. I could see he was unhappy with where he had been and I could see how much joy he was taking in what we were doing. That was probably the best eleven days of his aging life and career.”

The tiny budget of the production forced the crew to be creative with their limited resources. Sid recalls how Al Taylor the director of photography – whose work in Spider Baby is one of the greatest assets of the film – once had to contend with having no electrical power to light a murky interior shot:

“Al bounced light off of six reflectors; the yard to the front door, down the hall, through one room and into another room to get light on the actor’s face. That’s pretty amazing. Most guys would just throw up their hands and say, ‘Oh we don’t have any light. Let’s go.’”

But during filming of Beware Of The Blob (1972), Larry Hagman’s comedic sequel to the 1958 original, Sid faced the true horrors of working within a miniscule budget.

“I was playing a cop and I caught these two kids smoking dope. Suddenly the Blob came down and devoured me,” he grimaces. “And there I stood in fifty-five gallons of dipee-dee-do, the most vile crap that anybody could put on their hair, let alone their entire body. So I turn and thankfully it’s all over. But there’s no shower! Oh my God! That was pretty sick.”

With Sid creating such a memorable screen persona with only ten minutes of screen time in House Of 1000 Corpses, his starring role in The Devil’s Rejects could unleash a new horror phenomenon. Could the misadventures of Captain Spaulding and his harem of homicidal hicks soon become a trilogy?

“Rob doesn’t want to do a third one. The reasoning is that if the first one is a success, the second one is usually better, but the third one sucks and he doesn’t want to go there. But I’m sure that some of us will get a call from Lions Gate saying ‘if you’re up for a third one, come and play…’”

Captain Spaulding is a rich, freakish multi-layered killer with some of the best caustic dialogue for a villainous champion of chaos since Freddy Kruger toyed with his hapless victims on Elm Street. This new bogeyman for the twenty-first century is a character that for once would actually create a welcomed franchise to a flagging Hollywood horror industry. It’s a strongly crafted, warped and still a strangely realistic role that only veteran Sid Haig could play with such true grit. Send in the clowns indeed.

(Photos and words – Copyright Mark Berry)

Batman Begins ~~ Movie Masterpiece Series ~~ 1/6th scale – TDK (Original Costume) (49)
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The Dark Knight – 1/6th scale BATMAN (Original Costume)

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Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) November 3, 2004

Directed by first time filmmaker Marco Santiago Jr., El Trafico won top honors last May at the 24th Annual Scottsdale Community College film festival in Scottsdale, Arizona, which including best of show, best dramatic short, best directing, and best cinematography, among other notable awards. The story reflects the growing violence involved in the trafficking of humans. Set in Southern Arizona, the story depicts a young boy who gets caught-up in the underworld of human traffickers.

“El Trafico” is one of a series of short films directed by Marco Santiago that deal with immigration issues in the United States, human trafficking in general, and their associated violence. “We feel that this film is as timely as you can get considering the current events in the United States and the rest of the world, and the Scottsdale International Film Festival is a perfect venue for local and regional audiences to appreciate the theme expressed in this film.” says Marco Santiago, director of “El Trafico”. “El Trafico is only the beginning. The plan is to continue to crank out content that is relevant, creative, and emotionally impacting,” he continues.

Along those lines, Volarefilms LLC has finished the production phase of a feature length documentary film titled “Into the Border”. In production since July 5th 2003, the documentary deals explicitly with the border issues in Arizona. Also in Production is a short film titled “Once Upon a Time in the Desert”, set to complete filming on September 25th , as well as a 20 – 30 minutes short film titled “86″, due to begin filming in early November. “86” is a highly abbreviated version of the feature length film planned for production in 2005.

For more information regarding “El Trafico”, or for a copy of the “El Trafico” Press Kit, visit or contact Marco Santiago. IMDB information on this project can be obtained at

Volarefilms LLC is an Arizona based independent film company engaged in the development and production of feature length motion pictures, film shorts, and documentaries with the aim of creating works that are commercially viable, culturally significant, intellectually satisfying, and emotionally impacting.


Marco Santiago

Volarefilms LLC


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Dec 232010

by Toby Simkin

The annual Algarve International Film Festival is the oldest of its kind in Portugal. Through the years, it has greatly helped in the promotion and showcasing of short films both from local and international talents. Locally known as FICA or the “Festival Internacional de Cine do Algarve”, this event has been conducted every year since its inception in 1972 in the small Portuguese town of Portimao.

The Algarve International Film Festival centers on its famous short film competition. This competition draws entries that feature either animated or live-action short films with a maximum duration of 30 minutes. These films have to be shot in 16 mm or 35 mm reels. Although the short film competition is the main draw of this festival, there are other important events that are featured here as well, including an awards show that is presided over by a jury. The awards show gives out prizes in various categories such as Best Film by a Portuguese Directory, Best Film about the Algarve and Best Film about Nature. The most popular category among these awards however, is the Best Film with a Message of Love and Peace among Men. All the films screened at this festival are presented in their original language along with subtitles in either Portuguese or English.

In addition to the short films and its award ceremony, the Algarve International Film Festival is also known for its regional presentations and screenings. The regional events and presentations are divided into various categories according to different factors, like the towns from which they originate.

Across the years, the towns of Lagos, Alvor, Portimao, Monchique, Mexilhoeira da Carregacao, Mexillhoeira Grande, Albufeira, Messines, Silves, Guja, Faro, Loule, Tavira and Olhao have all consistently participated in the Algarve International Film Festival. Visitors can also expect entries to come in from towns like Saboia, Ourique, Milfontes, the Alentejo area and various other regions.

The Short Films Section of the Algarve International Film Festival has traditionally been divided into five different components. Each of these sections features a different type of short film. The different sections are: the retrospective, Winners of the main prize over the years, FICA 30, National Shorts section, Homage to Annecy (which is home to the most important animation festivals in the world) and New Territories, which takes a look at the new trends that are emerging across the world and showcases various individual filmmakers.

There is a different program featured every year, which is divided into seven different categories. These sections vary every year according to the theme of the show. Tickets to the Algarve International Film Festival are available on the Internet.

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The 22nd annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, which runs from Jan. 6-17, will feature 193 films from 68 countries including 59 premieres — nine world, 17 North American and 33 U.S.
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A few nice movie images I found:

Jackie Chan Movie Star

Kung Fu Action Movie Star JACKIE CHAN on board the float title :
Better City, Better Life by Shanghai World Expo / Roundtable of Southern California ~ Rose Parade 01 January 2010 ~ Pasadena, California

Keystone K-48 Bel Air Movie Camera

Manufactured around 1960 by Keystone Mfg. Co. of Boston, Massachusetts. This is an 8mm (i.e. “regular 8”) moving camera with a three lens turret. The only lens attached is a Keystone-Elgeet 1/2inch f/1.9. The camera used a Bel-Air Magazine to hold the 8mm film which had to be flipped a minute and a half (at 16 frames per sec) through shooting. Yes, that’s right—consumer 8mm films were only 3 minutes long. And people use to complain about sitting through someone’s movies. Must mean that watching a 60 minute MiniDV of the trip to Europe is a living hell… [grin]. The camera was a wind up and had an adjustable frame rate from 12 to 48 fps. A mechanical gage on the top of the camera showed the amount of film left on that side. And “stop action” (specifically one frame at a time) was a feature provided by lifting up on the shutter release lever instead of pressing down.

see the vimeo movie…Wildy Beastie…

Jardina getting fit? HFF everyone* the movie on

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Dec 202010
short film
by vancouverfilmschool

In the busy schedule of life who has so much of time to enjoy a full length movie every day? But we do feel like watching movies every now and then, don’t we? If you are a movie buff with a serious shortage of time, then there is great news for you. You can now watch some great movies that fit right into the leisure time available to you. No, we are not talking about all those DVR tricks that will allow you to record a satellite TV movie and watch it at your convenience (that is also a great way of watching movies). The short films are the point of discussion here.

Short films provide a ready answer to your time crunch. When you are pressed for time and want to catch up movie, you can tune into any short movie channel on DISH TV and get to see some of the best as well as the most entertaining short movies. They are short, crisp and satisfying. You can watch as many short movies as you want in a day and satisfy your need for entertainment to the fullest.

The short films generally bring you the simple incidents from life. They do not have an elaborate plot and special effects like the full length films but they can mesmerize you with their simple charms. Some of the satellite TV channels bring you high quality short films of different genres to cater to your visual needs.

ShortsHD is one of the most popular Satellite TV channels that bring you a wide array of short films. The movie channel is dedicated to short films. All the shorts films in this DISH HD channel are shown on 1080p image clarity. You can get high quality true to life image similar to the blu-ray disc while watching short movies from this channel. You are sure to get a never before short film experience while watching this channel. The channel will bring you some of the best short films from the short film makers of the world.

ShortsHD channel on DISH Network caters to a variety of short films. The short films belong to different genre and category. You can find some great comedy films on the menu. Watching these simple and witty comedies you will seize to resist the temptation to laugh out loud even in a depressive mood. You can also get some of the sweetest and the most romantic short films on DISH TV through this channel. If you have only half an hour to woo your loved one, even then you can watch such a romantic short film with your significant other. This will bring both of you closer to each other.

Want to get scared? Watch the ‘Midnight’ short films on ShortsHD and feel the chill down your spine. Watch some of the most creative animation films in its ‘Animate’ section. Want to see the award winning short films? Tune in to the ‘Editor’s Pick’ section or star short films section. You can have a great time watching these short movies. It can also enhance your mood within a short period of time.

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Dec 202010

Some cool independant film images:

IFC 2009 Frostbite Film Fest – Team Vinci

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