LONDON, UK – Shorts International released the short movie The Summer House featuring The Twilight Saga: Eclipse star Robert Pattinson on July 13. The film is available to download from iTunes Movie Stores in the US, Canada, UK, France, Ireland and Germany.
It is Northern France and the swinging sixties are well underway. While mankind is landing on the moon, a young girl becomes a woman and learns that life on earth can prove to be just as alien as those famous first steps.
The Summer House pairs the emerging British starlet, Talulah Riley (St Trinian’s, The Boat That Rocked) alongside international idol, Robert Pattinson.
“We are delighted that Talulah and Robert’s intoxicating on-screen chemistry can now be seen on iTunes,” said The Summer House producer Anna MacDonald. “We are looking forward to seeing how audiences react.”
“This sweeping, romantic fable will be a Summer 2010 hit,” said Carter Pilcher, CEO of Short International. “From Keira Knightley to James Franco, not to mention Beyonce and Lady Gaga, the stars are breaking in to short movies – now it’s time for Robert Pattinson and Talulah Riley to join the club.”
ABOUT SHORTS INTERNATIONAL
Shorts International is the world’s leading short movie entertainment company with the largest movie catalogue devoted to short movies. ShortsHD™ is the first high definition channel dedicated to short movies and is available on AT&T U-verse (Channel 1789). Shorts International also operates ShortsTV™ UK, a pay TV channel available in the United Kingdom on BSkyB (Channel 342) and ShortsTV™ France available in France, Belgium, Luxembourg on Numericable (Channels 134 and 52). Shorts™ is the short movie on-demand service available on iTunes movie stores in the US, UK, Canada and Germany. Further information can be found at www.shortshd.com and www.shortstv.com. The company is headquartered in London, England with additional offices in Paris, New York and Los Angeles led by Carter Pilcher, Chief Executive. Shorts International is owned by Shorts Entertainment Holdings and Liberty Global Ventures.