Filminute, the International One-Minute Film Festival, is looking for filmmakers who can cram their vision into 60 seconds or less. It’s a compelling challenge for everyone except the 5-second film team. For them, this would be epic.

But if you have a camera and an idea that’s collapsable, they’re hungry for your work. You’ve got to have it into them by August 20th, so get crackin’. For more information, check out their call for entries. For inspiration, check out their highly inspirational Pinterest page. For short films of all sizes, feel free to peruse our curated collection.

If you’re not filmmaking-ly inclined, this is the kind of short attention span festival that is perfect for all sorts of spectators, and we’ll be hosting a handful of the shorts that make the cut and play at the festival. Keep an eye out for those later in the month.

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