Looking for inspiration?
Here are some other sites with one-minute videos.
Note: these links point to files outside of the Just A Minute Festival.
We are not associated with them and are not responsible for their content
- theoneminutes—videos that are exactly one minute long.
Launched in 1998, it has developed into a global network with makers from 100 countries and an archive of 10000 video works. Its core activity is the annual competition for the best One Minutes.
(Work is centered in The Netherlands).
- theoneminutesJr.—“2952 one minute videos made by you.” (for ages 12–20).
- FILMINUTE—“The International One-Minute Film Festival.”
- City One Minutes—tour the world through vignettes of many cities, each a minute long.).
- Speaking of travel... check out the offerings in this article from The Guardian newspaper
- History in a Minute!. Here's a YouTube collection of short and sweet American History Videos lasting a minute (or two).
- How to make a one-minute video—advice from the BBC (a bit out of date).
- If one minute seems too long, check out the 30-second bunny movie re-enactments.
Here are some educational programs (not connected in any way with the Just A Minute Festival).