Remember when there was a short in front of every film?
Well they are coming back!
From March 7th until early June, MINI UK and Future Shorts are bringing back short film to mainstream cinema. Over 17 million people will see the films. Screenings of the short films will take place prior to feature-length films including 10,000 BC, There will be Blood, Love in the Time of Cholera, Indiana Jones and many more...
Read an article written for Danish Journal POV about one of the titles from our catalogue 'Tricko' directed by Hossein Fazeli. Over the past year the film has been a hit on our worldwide exhibition network and was included in our 'Best Of' programme at the end of the year.
The Open House Film Club for the homeless welcomes director Ken Loach to introduce his latest film, Its A Free World, as part of Poverty and Homelessness Action Week 2008. The screening will be preceded by two films curated by Future Shorts and a Q&A with Ken Loach. It all takes place at The Prince Charles Cinema, Leicester Place (behind Leicester Square) at 6.30pm, Tuesday 5 February 2008.
After the roaring success of the English language Future Shorts channel on YouTube, we have recently launched a Russian-language channel, we are just putting the finishing touches to our Spanish-language one and have an Italian- language channel on the way!
Future Shorts is very excited to bring you photos from the official FS Bangladesh launch which took place at the end of 2007.
After a couple of pre-screenings throughout 2007, this show in November proved to be their biggest yet. Spectators were treated to a selection of global shorts at the University of Liberal Arts in Dhaka and as you can see from the photo below, there was a very respectable turnout!
Future Shorts is excited to see some of our favourite filmmakers showing work at the Sundance Film Festival this year. Including future Shorts Distribution films in competition, 'Juvenile' by China Moo-Young and 'Spider' from Nash Edgerton.