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ShortsHD to launch Student Film Madness Campus MovieFest in March

College MovieFest

ShortsHD, the world’s only HD TV network dedicated to short movies, has announced it will celebrate March with Student Film Madness Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival.

Teams of students across the country will produce a five-minute film and this month ShortsHD™ will show viewers the top 40 films of the year, it’s the ultimate collegiate showcase of filmmakers and their short films.

One short from each region (North, South, East and West) will be selected to progress to the Final Four showcase on April 1, with the grand champion crowned on April 8.

Student Film Madness Presents Campus MovieFest runs all month on ShortsHD™, and will air in Film School Zone from 8-9pm on Tuesdays until March 25.

The Final Four battle airs on Tuesday, April 1 and the national champion is crowned on Tuesday, April 8.

Also this month on the channel, ShortsHD™ continues the Big Saturday lineup with Editors Pick airing every Saturday this month at 8pm and Top 10 airing on repeats throughout the month. Award-winning actor Jude Law is profiled in March on the ShortsHD™ coveted Stars in Shorts: Before they Were Stars special.

ShortsHD™ is the first high definition channel dedicated to short movies and is available onDIRECTV (Channel 573), and AT&T U-Verse (Channel 1789). ShortsHD™ is operated by Shorts International, the world’s leading short movie entertainment company with the world’s largest movie catalogue dedicated to short movies.

Shorts International also operates ShortsTV®, which is available in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Turkey, Romania and Eastern Africa. Shorts™ is the short movie on-demand service available on iTunesmovie stores in 54 countries across the globe. The company is headquartered in London, England with an additional office in Los Angeles and is led by Carter Pilcher, Chief Executive.

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