At Film Sprites PR over the years we have had the great pleasure of working with a lot of filmmakers who wanted publicity and digital marketing for their short films. As a result, it’s safe to say we’ve developed a huge affinity for short films. There’s something very special about the short film format, and the filmmakers who are able to weave their vision into a shorter time space than a regular film. While it’s tempting to file away a juicy script and wait for the opportunity to turn it into a feature, there are some definite advantages to short films when it comes to cementing your place as a filmmaker. And if you’ve made (or are thinking about making) a short film, it has advantages beyond screenings. Here’s some of the advantages of making short films.
Film Sprites PR is pleased to announce that The Halloween Girl, a short film by Richard T. Wilson and the Mad Shelley Films team has recently been accepted into two up-coming film festivals.
Film Sprites PR is thrilled to be working again with the multi-talented Oliver Park, actor writer and director. We have had the great privilege of working with Oliver since 2015 and since then he has written and directed the terrifying VICIOUS (which is now free to view on YouTube) and is now in post-production with the short horror follow up STILL.
Vicious has won eight awards internationally, including Gold Award for Best International Film at Toronto After Dark and Platinum Award at the LA Horror Competition. It was nominated for a further seven awards, including Melis d’Argent at Molins in Spain.
Film Sprites PR is proud to be providing publicity and digital marketing services for British short film E.M.U (Emotional Motor Unit). E.M.U is directed by Adam Nelson, writer/director of award-winning feature film Little Pieces and written by Xènia Puiggrós. E.M.U is the story of “Writer” (played by Graham Cawte), a lonely man in an alternateContinue reading “Emotions Are Secondary to Output in British Sci-Fi Short “E.M.U””