distribution platform

T-Port is an innovative non-profit online platform aimed at promoting emerging talent and facilitating the distribution of short films within the professional film industry. The platform hosts 900+ titles made by independent filmmakers and students, including award-winning films and top-festival selections. We focus on creating a link between emerging talents and industry professionals – programmers, buyers, sales agents & distributors scouting for short films and talent, as well as producers, talent agencies & promotion bodies, who are searching for their next discovery. The platform also curates a selection of high-quality films to fit the specific needs of festivals and professionals. T-Port is an independent non-profit association based in Berlin, Germany supported by the Creative Europe MEDIA program, the Gesher Multicultural Film Fund (Israel’s largest film fund for short films) and by our founding partner, Tel- Aviv University.

Our main goal is to bridge the gap between emerging filmmakers and the professional global film industry using cutting edge technologies to create a viable network and to maximize the audience outreach of films made by students and short filmmakers worldwide.

T-Port has an extensive Pan-European network of over 40 leading organisations, including film festivals and markets, online VOD platforms, sales agents, producers, buyers, national agencies and film schools. These partnerships enable us to promote the films, facilitate their distribution and expand their audience reach worldwide. As a pioneer in the field of digital promotion for film professionals prior to COVID-19, we attend major in-person film industry events across Europe and globally to accompany our online activity.

Admin Address
Schinkestr. 24, DE – 12047, Berlin, Germany

Niv Fux

(Managing Director)

Niv Fux completed his bachelor’s Magna Cum Laude in film at Tel Aviv University in 2015, and in 2019 gained his master’s degree in Arts & Society from Utrecht University with film festivals becoming his primary field of research. Niv has edited short films that participated and won awards in festivals worldwide, including Tribeca Film Festival. He has worked as a programmer, and later as artistic director of Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival, considered to be the largest student film festival in the world. In 2017, he co-initiated T-Port – an online platform for distributing short & student films and has been its managing director since.