Press Coverage

  • Digital TV Europe

    Short Form Discover Film Launches App

    The service, which is the first global platform solely devoted to short movies and series, saw its beta amass 80,000 signups from 216 countries over the space of three months. The streamer was set up in 2016 and, like the Jeffrey Katzenberg-backed Quibi, is focused on short-form programming for mobile devices.

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  • Daily Mail

    Duchess of York announces film funding at Heather Kerzner’s Discover Film launch night

    The Duchess attended Heather Kerzner’s Discover Film party last week and I hear she told guests she’d secured funding for the film, My Louise, by talking up the success of her 2009 movie The Young Victoria.

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  • LondonTechWatch

    London startup daily funding report

    The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for London startups featuring funding details for Discover Film, StepLadder, and much more.

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  • Broadband TV news launches ‘Netflix for Short Movies’ launches first global platform solely devoted to making quality short movies and series available on mobile, TV and web.

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  • Outdoor Industries Association

    Craghoppers supports taking movies on the move

    Explorers worldwide can now download an app for free and take movies on the move – perfect for that plane journey or rainy nights in the campervan!

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  • Boston Herald

    Ernie Boch Jr hosts party fit for a Duchess for Sarah Ferguson

    “The Duchess of York is exploring business and philanthrepreneurship opportunities with her American Host Ernie Boch Jr.” a statement from Boch’s rep read. We’re told that Fergie specifically came across the pond to meet with Boch and discuss possible ways they could work together escorted by Jaine Green, Head of Content with Discover Film.

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  • Georgina Journal

    Short film ‘Bad People’ among winners at London’s Discover Film Awards

    The Georgian film “Bad People” became the winner of the Best International Drama Award at the Discover Film Awards in London. The film is directed by Giorgi Tavartkiladze. The Discover Film Awards is one of the biggest short film festivals in the world with over 4,000 annual submissions from 70+ countries.

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  • Huddled News

    £20,000 Craghoppers Film Prize win for stunning directorial debut

    Camille Hollett-French won first prize for No.2: Hush Little Baby which she acted in and directed. She said: “The Craghoppers Film Prize not only rewards filmmakers it announces to the world short film is important. It encourages people to raise their game and rewards those that do. I hope other companies follow suit and start supporting this exciting and growing format and that all filmmakers rise to the challenge.”

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  • All About London

    One of the biggest short film festivals in the world

    The Discover Film Awards is one of the biggest short film festivals in the world with over 4,000 annual submissions from 70+ countries. On Sunday evening, winners of the prestigious Craghoppers Film Prize will be announced. The winning film will be awarded with a £20,000 cash prize and the runner up film £10,000.

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  • Top 10 Films

    Global short film distributor boosted by Etihad partnership

    The entertainment innovator reveals an exciting new partnership with Etihad Airways which will see its diverse selection of short films screened on their in-flight entertainment system.

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Press Releases

  • comes to Somerset House, the organiser of one of the world’s biggest short film festivals, is excited to announce its upcoming Somerset House East Wing takeover.  From August 7th to 14th, audiences in London will be treated to a week of special screenings, which will showcase the world’s best award-winning short films. uses large sets of audience data to better match short films with viewers. Their provision of short films to many of world’s largest airlines and transport services means they understand that content needs to be entertaining and widely appealing. Head of Content for, Jaine Green, comments that: “Audiences love short films because they […]

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