Short Notice

Future Shorts logoWhat’s especially endearing about the Internet is that, like what Jessica Zafra inferred, the audience and the artist both are directly connected. WITHOUT the big business corporations that are in the middle. We get to comment on their performances/products online and whether they actually read it themselves, we still feel The Connection. A forerunner in this kind of revolution is Future Shorts. The film network carries exceptional shorts internationally (UK, Russia, Germany, Spain, etc.) and you just have to watch the following vids to judge their awesomeness.

Visit their YouTube site HERE.

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About barrycyrus

Hi, I'm Barry Viloria, 21 and not a blogger. I occasionally bitch about what's hot, what's not, what's life-threatening and what's Blake Lively wearing but I refuse to be called a "blogger." That's it.

Posted on May 31, 2010, in Mmmovies, Persona and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Thanks for this, Barry. 🙂

  2. dapat magpabayad ka.. tignan mo exposure din yan dito sa site mo! haha!

  3. But doesn’t the Internet also provide businesses more sneaky ways and other manipulative tactics to reach the masses and to interfere with their choices and all that?

    The Black Hole story was pretty cool, if not very predictable. He probably should have just stuck to the candy bar and one stack of cash XD.

    And =)) to the black humour of the third short.

    • Uh actually I don’t think that the Internet is for the masses since we all know that in our country’s context, computers and cyberspace make up the needs of the petty b. audience above. Secondly, big businesses have indeed circumvented the democracy instilled in the medium. But for a fair trade, we get to have those products/performances on our doorsteps cheaper and with more accessibility.

      My fave would be the Support haha I even posted it on my Facebook wall.

  4. you can earn from your site…:) I agree with raspberryreich…

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