This is a reminder that The One Minute Film & Video Festival takes place tonight at 7 p.m. at the Toronto Underground Cinema.
Thirty new works will be presented under the joint theme of our most recent calls
for submission, social/media. As in previous years, each film is required to be exactly sixty seconds in length – no more, no less – and filmmakers have been
encouraged to interpret the theme social/media as broadly as they wish, in
whatever manner they choose.
A jury of Toronto film professionals will select their favourites among the new
works presented at the 2011 One Minute Film & Video Festival, the results of
which will be announced at the screening. The jurors for the 2011 screening are:
Daniel Cockburn, director of Jay Scott Prize-winning feature film You Are Here;
Katarina Gligorijevic, writer and movie nerd; and Henry Wong, festival director of
Toronto Youth Shorts.
The One Minute Film & Video Festival screens tonight at
the Toronto Underground Cinema (186 Spadina Avenue), starting at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $10 at the door.
The One Minute Film & Video Festival is made possible through the generous
support of the Toronto Arts Council and Ontario Arts Council.
Media inquiries and accreditation requests can be made to Matt Brown, Festival
Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 647-772-5827