“Short films typically have a short life span, according to Portland-based filmmaker Michael Harrington. “You make a film, send it to film festivals, post it online, and that’s about it. It’s not that often that a short film is purchased by a distributor and shown in theaters,” he said. But he is trying to expand the reach of shorts with his newly established Wandering Film Festival, which is traveling to 20 spots along the West Coast this fall to show independent short films, mostly in rural areas that lack a movie theater.”
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Learn more about Michael Harrington’s project, The Wandering Reel Traveling Film Festival, here.