Two old friends briefly reconnect in a parking lot.
France - Marie-Stéphane Cattaneo
A love story on repeat.
Russia - Natalia Gurkina
A love story within a love story.
South Africa - Bauke Brouwer
Who could you turn to, if you stopped trusting yourself?
EDGE OF SEVENTEEN
South Korea - Nuri Jeong
A girl on her way home hears a voice in the elevator.
USA - Aaron Krepack & Jason Sherman
Two millennials unwind at the beach.
USA - Ryan Simantel
Does it matter if there is no box to tick?
LEO NEVER GIVES UP
Hungary - Bálint Klopfstein-László
Leo's room is filled with an endless series of mysterious numbers...
Lesotho - Khabane Moses Khongoana
A frontier outlaw shares his philosophy.
Israel - Yali Herbert
A tribute to Rene Magritte's surrealist world.
Russia - Roman Sinitsyn
An older man travels to visit a dear friend.
PASSING THE FOG
Iran - Amirali Mirderikvand
A father takes his daughter to school.
Romania - Răzvan Dü
Girl vs. Street punks.
SIMPLE BUT IMPORTANT
Argentina - Pablo Girola, Eduardo Hunter and Bruno Scopazzo
The devil is in the details - especially when it comes to safety instructions.
Iran - Mahdi Borjian
Back from school, a young boy makes a soul-wrenching decision.
Turkey - Seyhmus Altun
Kevin returns saddened by what he saw. Should he venture out again?
Canada - Latif Ullah
When young orb weaver spiders are mature they will leave their mother’s webs.
UK - Matt Mitchell
What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger. Unless you’re already dead.
THE LAST CIGARETTE ON EARTH
Slovenia - Matic Grgic
A steampunk heist adventure set in a parallel future.
THE LAST EMBRACE
Iran - Saman Hosseinpuor
A little girl’s quest for attention meets others’ fear of missing out.
THE MIND OF AN ARTIST
UK - Chenzhong Liu
An artist questions his life’s work.
Norway - Nicolai Darre
A thief has second thoughts.
THE MORNING AFTER
India - George Thomas
A happy ending seems within grasp.
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 13th EDITION OF THE FILMINUTE FESTIVAL IS ON!!! From October 1-30 we encourage you to watch, rate, comment and VOTE for your favourite from the 25 shortlisted films. This year, films representing 19 countries have made the competition, 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. Awards will be announced November 4th.