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Topic - Shorts International
Some years back, investment banker Carter Pilcher stumbled across some really good short movies made by a few talented friends, and the money-making and artistic sides of his brain suddenly clicked.
SHORT INSPIRATION: Former investment banker Carter Pilcher realized several years ago that a business could be made by buying quality short movies relatively cheaply and exposing them to new audiences.