Thank you to ShortsTV for featuring me in their summer Filmmaker Spotlight! I feel like a real director now, after your insightful interview.
Auteur @SamanthaShada talks about her coming of age short #BeautySchool and how the project came together after a critical casting decision. Catch #Filmmaker Spotlight at 10:30 PM! pic.twitter.com/rdkrg0vFEa
— ShortsTV US (@ShortsTVUS) July 30, 2019
View Beauty School on cable via ShortsTV, the “global home of short movies” starting SATURDAY 8/18/2018 in North America. The film was made available in Europe, the Middle East and Africa starting 7/28/18. Stay tuned for Asia/Pacific release details.
With the world’s largest catalogue of short movies – available on TV, online and in theatres – ShortsTV brings audiences the very best professionally produced live action, animation and documentary short movies from around the world, including hours of award winning and star-studded shorts. ShortsTV also creates its own original programming, putting the spotlight on both emerging and established talent and bringing viewers into the fast-paced world of short filmmaking.
On television, ShortsTV is the world’s first and only 24/7 HD channel dedicated to short movies. To find out if you have ShortsTV in your home, use their online channel finder. It is available across the US on DirecTV (channel 573), AT&T U-Verse (channel 1789), US Sonet (channel 292), CenturyLink (channel 1789), Frontier Communications (channel 1789) and Google Fiber (channel 603). In Europe, the channel is available in the Netherlands on Ziggo (channel 125) and Delta (channel 312), in Belgium on Telenet (channel 314 Flanders & 334 Brussels), in Germany on MagineTV, in Romania on Telekom Romania (channel 201) and Nextgen, in Slovakia on Slovak Telekom (channel 312) and in Serbia on SBB (channel 175). Online, ShortsTV offers hundreds of the world’s best independent shorts for download in 92 iTunes stores across the globe as well as on Amazon Instant Video (UK, US and Germany), Google Play (US and Canada), Verizon and Frontier (US).
Since 2006, ShortsTV has presented the Oscar Nominated Short Films theatrical release in cinemas across North & South America, Europe, Russia and China with its special global media partners and has made the release available on VOD and EST platforms.