All the films of our catalogue are available for public screenings. L’Agence du court métrage works with many screening venues in France and abroad: movie theaters, festivals, schools, multimedia libraries, film clubs, and other cultural venues…

All year round, we answer distribution requests by various broadcasters, through tailored selections: thematics, author retrospectives, panoramas, festival reruns…

In addition, we regularly offer curated programs, school programs and other specific selections of our catalogue.

We automatically payout revenues whether they are flat or proportional, depending on the type of distribution.
Right holders receive 80% of all revenues.



Each year, approximately 50 new films are selected to join the sales catalogue. We reach out to buyers with these films in an active and personalized way.

L’Agence du court métrage represents your film to all types of broadcasters in France an abroad, according to the rights entrusted: TV, VOD, DVD Publishing, and institutional, educational or theatrical rights. We take part in major film markets, and regularly travel in France and abroad to seek new broadcasters.



L’Agence du court métrage offers a service dedicated to shorts before features screenings: L’Extra Court

Every week, this service allows movie theaters to program shorts before feature.

The Extra Court catalog combines over 200 French and International very short films (under 6 minutes for the most part). Each month, 5 new shorts selected with cinema operators, join this catalogue.


L’Agence du court métrage publishes Bref, a yearly french magazine and the website Brefcinema, offering to its members a selection of approximately 80 films, frequently renewed (3 new films each week) along with editorial content.

Each year, Brefcinema features approximately 200 new films on its website.



Your film will possibly be chosen as a specific support for audiences of various educational programs carried out by L’Agence du court métrage and its partners:

  • School Programs
  • Workshops and Trainings
  • LeKinetoscope, an online portal dedicated to cinema educators

The Kinetoscope offers a frequently renewed catalogue counting 200 films.

Photos : Un monde sans femmes, by Guillaume Brac / Mademoiselle Kiki et les Montparnos, by Amélie Harrault / Rhapsody, by Constance Meyer / Chasse royale, by Romane Guéret and Lise Akoka ©Eric Dumont