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Exile Shorts is a subscription-based eResource dedicated to licensing, curating and delivering award-winning short-form, student films and educational audiovisual content relevant to FTV, Media and Communications, Performance and Creative Arts students.
We work with you to present these rich materials to students and inform the film/ media and performance learning process.
Audiovisual media is part of our cultural capital and heritage, and it creates a large amount of information that we’re committed to preserving and celebrating.
Our customers are Universities, High Schools and Libraries around the world. We encourage the use of our eResource in libraries and classrooms for students to absorb the work of past and present filmmakers in order to form their own creative ideas.
Exile Shorts focuses solely on delivering short films and short-form content relevant to the FTV, Media and Communications, Performance and Creative Arts faculties.
Accompanies class studies, written resources, practical work and integrates fully with your existing library systems.
Stream video media from a diverse range of established filmmakers and films by students and alumni from Universities.
Content spanning from 1888 to present day, creating historical value and insight into the development of media technology.
Essential eResource for research, development and pre-production of a short film and/or media project.
Readily supported by subject librarians and learning skills advisers without the need for high levels of subject or technical knowledge.
- Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator, The Martian)
Exile Shorts ensures duplication of content is kept to a minimum and does not overlap with existing subscriptions.
Exile Shorts provides equitable discovery in the following way:
- Alexandros Ouzas, Managing Director of Exile Shorts
Exile Shorts undertakes a process of research, dissemination and publication of written and audiovisual content that aims towards excellence and employability for students.
We provide expertise and assistance in the use and integration of our eResource into curricula.
We are committed to building relationships and partnerships with you to ensure maximum value and a single point of contact.
We provide standard usage analytics and data to enable you to establish the value of our eResource and for consideration of your renewal.
Figures taken from usage over a 12 month period, including trials of Exile Shorts.
From 20+ content partners.
Taken against industry average open rate of 22.1%. 6.8% click rate against industry average of 2.33%.
On average per user of Exile Shorts.
Percentage of users who undertake a trial.
Maria Marta Antin, Head of International Affairs & Communication, Universidad del Cine (ARG)
Dr Daniel Binns, Program Manager, School of Media and Communications, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (AUS)
Serge Abiaad, Company Director, La Distributrice de Films (CAN)
Trial intakes are at 4 pm each Sunday.Start your free trial
Provide the email addresses of your selected trial members.
Selected email addresses receive access through a link delivered via email. The eResource is accessible on all devices.
Exile Shorts invites feedback and requests that you take part in an optional survey.
Our collection focuses on Film and Television, Media and Communications, Performance (drama) and the Creative Arts. We only focus on delivering short-form as students produce this content as part of their assessment.
We are constantly adding new content to our catalogue through existing and new relationships with content providers and film distributors around the world.
We work with the library community to respond to the real needs of our end user, students. Our content is delivered in a way that promotes meaningful usage and we love hearing from staff and students about what content they would like to see on Exile Shorts.
Yes, Exile Shorts can be made available to your entire institution via IP authenticated access.
Not at this stage, but that may change in the future!
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