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.