Baku, May 30, AZERTAC
YARAT Contemporary Art Space Film Club presents the next show of Futureshorts films festival. On the 29th and 30th May in Baku there will be a screening of this year’s spring selection of the world’s largest short film festival.
Future Shorts allows anyone, anywhere to set up a screening and join our international cinematic community. Future Shorts holds the ability to change the ways each of us engage with cinema, generating a global conversation. Since 2011 the festival has spanned over 300 cities in 90 countries, reaching an audience of more than 45,000 people. Internationally acclaimed short films have been screened in countless ways, from London to Tokyo, Cairo to Kabul, in music halls and town halls, theatres and galleries, in clubs, bars and warehouses.
Every three months, London-based Future Shorts HQ curate a feature-length programme of short films from around the world. Screening partners pay a fixed fee for the festival programme, which varies according to venue capacity. Partners are then responsible for bringing their screening to life in whatever direction their imagination leads them.
So far, this festival covers 90 countries, 300 cities, 6 continents and offers 1,400 showings per year throughout the world. During its ten year existence, the festival has gained the attention of movie fans over a huge territory from Finland to Mexico. The festival gives an opportunity for professionals and newcomers all over the world to become a part of an international cinematographic community. The Spring Season of Future Shorts includes seven films.