Short films are rarely sold and almost never turn a profit. With few options for monetizing, short film directors, writers and producers aim to get their work seen at festivals. The hope is that the work leads to future opportunities on the big screen.
The Tribeca Film Festival, which runs from April 17-28, dedicates a large chunk of its attention to short film, but admits that they haven’t found a way to monetize the work.
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