Sydney Neter

Sydney Neter began his career as a production assistant for features and commercials in Amsterdam. In 1994, he founded the international boutique sales agency SND Films, specializing in selling award-winning international short films, TV movies, and documentaries.

From 2001 to 2010, Sydney served on the Dutch Film Fund shorts commission, and he was on the board of directors of the International Short Film Festival Go Short! in Nijmegen until 2011, continuing thereafter as a member of the board of advisory. He is widely recognized in the industry, affectionately known as “Mr. Shorts,” and has served on short film juries at prestigious festivals including Berlin, Dresden, Sundance, Palm Springs, TISFF and Rio Short Film Festival. Among the Israeli short films he has represented are “Rubber Dolphin,” “Barbie Blues,” and “How to Swim.”