Selling Your Short
Festivals, distributors, buyers
http://www.thesmalls.com: The Smalls is a showcase for short films and music. This site aims to create an opportunity for filmmakers and musicians to get their work commissioned. Upload and watch short films. Network with the Film Industry
http://www.cbc.ca/reflections: Information on selling your short to Canada’s longest running showcase of independent short film, on CBC
http://www.vtape.org: Toronto distributor specializing in works on video
http://www.cfmdc.org: A not-for-profit, artist-run distributor of Canadian and international independent films
http://www.atomfilms.com: On-line shorts of all shapes and sizes.
http://www.movieola.ca: The first and only 24-hour TV channel for short films in North America- they’re always looking for shorts.
http://www.documentarychannel.ca: The Documentary Channel buys a number a shorts each year.
http://www.ifctv.ca: Independent Film Channel Canada acquires live-action and animated shorts under 22 minutes in length.
http://www.ifctv.com: Independent Film Channel USA accepts unsolicited short film submissions under 30 minutes in length.
http://www.sundancechannel.com: Sundance Channel acquires shorts under 40 minutes in length.
http://www.apollocinema.com: US-based distributor specializing in short films. They also put together the annual Oscar Shorts theatrical program of Academy Award nominated shorts.
http://www.buzztaxi.com: Canadian boutique distributor of factual-based programming and shorts.
http://www.filmfestivalcollection.com/: The Film Festival Collection is part of a nonprofit that releases award-winning short films from all over the world with filmmaker commentaries on DVD, shorts!.
http://bite.ca (http://glassbox.tv - parent site): Bite Television is for people who want to be entertained, and is the alternative source for a variety of smart, original and unfiltered comedy that’s current and relevant. Bite is always looking to work with emerging talent on short form series designed for all media platforms.