Shoreditch facility VET has concluded a partnership agreement that will see it provide post-production support for the Future Shorts network.
Future Shorts is a short film label that gives filmmakers the opportunity to have their work seen worldwide.
VET will be tasked with ensuring that the short films are ready for exhibition both locally and internationally.
Fabien Riggall, the creative director of Future Shorts, said: “Future Shorts aim to create the largest platform for filmmaking talent in the world allowing films to be seen by the widest possible audience. We are delighted to be partnering with VET so these films can be presented in the highest quality possible and in the best digital formats.”
Current highlights within the Future Shorts catalogue includes the Academy Award 2009 Nomination for best animated short ‘This Way Up’ (pictured) and the 2009 BAFTA award winning Best Short Film ‘September’.
Ellie Stanway of VET said: “We have a longstanding commitment to encouraging new filmmakers, short film, and organisations that work in innovative ways.”
VET is a facilities and training provider based in Shoreditch, East London.
Future Shorts is also a film festival as well as a distributor, sales agent, consultancy service and DVD label.