In Short‘s chief weakness reveals itself within the first viewing. In Short mostly shows clips from the shorts themselves, rather than the full shorts. In effect, this is a long-form advertisement for Bravo!FACT.
In Short (Bravo!: Bravo!FACT/Bell Media, 2011) is an hour-long short-film program. I don’t understand why short films aren’t televised more often. If they are, they’re in shows like In Short and its spiritual predecessor, Bravo!FACT Presents. At least Bravo! still funds new shorts, something The Comedy Network doesn’t do enough of.