Make contact with film distributors, there’s a lot of small distributors who are operating independently tend to be more interested in shorts than the larger distributors. They will be able to guide you to get your short on a DVD or even in the theater as a collection of films. Nevertheless, do not rule out large distributors unless they have made it clear they clearly state that they are not interested in short films.
Distribute in a foreign country – There are many foreign countries that are enthused about selling films from America in their country, even if it’s a short. As a result, you can check with foreign markets by hiring a translator or getting someone you know to help you. You may need to add subtitles and caption in some cases, but considering that many foreign viewers know English this may not be required at all times.
Post fragments of the short on YouTube, MySpace or even your own blog – This will help to give you more publicity and even fans, increasing your probability of being seen and loved by a distributor or movie company.