A clown receives terrible news just seconds before entering his show.
Turkey - Boğaç Uzun
Hevidar has homework.
USA - Jacob Tittl
Jacob’s ghost is attempting to get his attention.
Spain - Ignacio F. Rodo
Eric doesn’t want to take his pills.
UK - Ako Mitchell
Two women on an evening out in London are confronted by a harsh truth.
USA - Jin Ryu
Megan, 33 years old, is a graceful and fearless fighter.
Mexico / France - Marie-Stéphane Cattaneo
“Ojala” in Spanish means “hope” and “regret” at the same time.
RUNNING FOR TWO
Austria - Daniel Limmer
Returning from her morning run, a pregnant woman gets more than she bargained for.
Denmark - Kajsa Gullberg / Rie Hougaard
Sisters reflecting on sisterhood.
Spain - Nicolás Petelski
A man, a sofa, and the world's greatest discovery.
Iran - Maryam Modarres
Chile - Esteban Font Rojo
A Chilean soldier reflects on his past.
Turkey - Mert Can Arslan
A wizard with magical powers prepares to go on stage.
HER BIRTHDAY PRESENT
Romania - Razvan Du
He wants to buy her a birthday present, but has no idea what she would like.
Canada - Scott Nihill
A road trip to Montreal is full of surprises.
Turkey - Fırat Uran
Two protesters escape from the melee in the street.
Canada - Leon Lee
A young woman's heart and soul are stolen.
Philippines - Lino Balmes
Gunshots in Orlando find a target on the other side of the world.
Iran - Amir Roini
They say the heart is equal to the size of the fist.
Romania - Tudor Botezatu
In a secluded village, an old couple nurtures a unique chicken.
USA / China - Hanna Yue
After a long day at work, an exhausted woman answers a knock at her door.
Spain - Antonio Panteras
A SHARE OF A SHARE
Iran - Kaveh Jahed
A family in a refugee camp struggles to protect what little they have.
Russia - Nadezhda Krylova
Lullabies are sometimes the best remedy.
Singapore / France - Human Postcards
Clara is a Filipino nanny.
FILMINUTE is the international one-minute film festival that challenges filmmakers, writers, animators, artists,designers, and creative producers to develop and submit the world's best one-minute films.
WHAT MAKES A GREAT ONE-MINUTE FILM? The best one-minute films resonate beyond one minute and affect audiences the same way any great film does. The challenge, of course, is to do it all in 60 seconds - no more, no less.
The 12th EDITION OF THE FILMINUTE FESTIVAL IS ON!!! From October 1-25 we encourage you to watch, rate, comment and VOTE for your favourite from the 25 shortlisted films.
This year films from 17 countries have made the collection, all vying for both jury and audience awards. Enjoy the films and be sure to stay tuned to all the news and updates on our Facebook, Twitter and News pages.