DVD magazines

The other day I posted information about the Journal of Short Film. I then wondered if there were other DVD journals or magazines that accept submissions. I was familiar with Stash and Wholphin, but not shots. Even if you don’t submit they are worth checking out.

best of luck

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Stash
Stash is a monthly DVD magazine of animation, VFX and motion graphics for design and advertising. The back issue DVDs are available from their website. Filmmakers can submit their films for consideration.

Wholphin
Wholphin is a San Franciso based, quarterly DVD magazine. On their DVDs they show “short films, docs, instructional videos, foreign sitcoms, and other cinema hybrids that deserve to be seen on very expensive televisions”. Filmmakers can submit their films for consideration.

shots
shots showcases only the very best work that pushes the boundaries and displays creative excellence. To submit video or digital work to shots, please email your small movie files (as a Quicktime or Mpeg) or links to view work. shots is a bimonthly DVD programme, magazine & website that reviews the most creative and innovative work produced by leading advertising agencies, production and post houses in the commercials, music video, computer effects and interactive industries.

Journal of Short Film
A quarterly DVD journal, published by Ohio State University, containing 90-120 minutes of independent short film per volume. Peer-reviewed by filmmakers and scholars of film theory. Inclusive of all genres of film, favoring independent and underrepresented work. Sold at a low cost—$10/vol., $36/subscription. non-corporate and ad-free. DVD submission.

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