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 . . .

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