A miniature festival for miniature films!

With the pandemic still making in-person gatherings challenging, we are going to open our private Miniature Film Festival Screening Room on FB again for 2021. Though not a perfect solution, it at least lets you share your films with a fun, friendly and supportive private audience, and it's free! Join the group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/MiniFFScreeningRoom

With 2021 shaping up to be another challenging year in terms of in-person gatherings, we have decided to reopen the Miniature Film Festival Screening Room FB group for another year. You are welcome to join the group by agreeing to the rules, and then feel free to post links to micro short films you have made that fit with the overall themes of our festival. We are especially interesting in seeing fun artistic and experimental films, video poetry and the like. We may even give out the occasional award from time-to-time. 😃 It's a private group, so it should count as a private screening for your film in case that is important to you. It's a small, friendly group that isn't quite the same as an in-person festival, but then it's free, so there's a bonus! Come on in, share a film, grab a laurel and enjoy the work of your fellow artists!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/MiniFFScreeningRoom

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  • Miniature Film Festival is a good film festival.

    December 2019
    Osminiff
    Response from festival:

    Thank you for the review! Glad you could be a part of the festival!

  • This is a great festival! The one-minute film is an art form different from any other, which is something many festivals (even those that focus on "short" 10 or 20 minute films) don't adequately appreciate. It's great that the Miniature Film Festival is one of the festivals trying to change that, and trying to spread appreciation for the one-minute film. Communication was excellent: notification of Official Selection status was timely, and the festival made it very clear exactly what was needed, and by what date, to meet the festival's screening requirements as an Official Selection. The festival was also very forthright about the fact that it isn't a huge festival and doesn't have the budget for huge screenings, so it certainly didn't create any unrealistic or "puffed up" expectations. The low submission fees contribute to making the fest a great value, which is significant in light of the fact that many "short" film fests charge a submitter the same fee amount whether the film submitted is one-minute long or 20, despite the clear difference in the amount of time/work needed to evaluate films of such different lengths. I hope to see this festival continue to grow - we need more fests that not only recognize, but actively celebrate, the one-minute film!

    November 2019
    Osminiff
    Response from festival:

    Thanks Adam, for this wonderful and encouraging review! We're so glad you could be a part of the festival!

  • Had a great time.
    Well organized.
    Happy on the selection of my film, "The Flying Sparrows".

    November 2019
    Osminiff
    Response from festival:

    Thank you so much, it is great that you could be a part of the festival!

  • Shihyun Wang

    Our one minute film. John from Liverpool is selected for the festival and we are glad to be part of this event. It is a great experience.

    November 2019
    Osminiff
    Response from festival:

    Thank you so much, we're so glad you shared your film with us!

  • Thrilled to have my work selected at this great little festival that champions micro-films.

    July 2019
    Osminiff
    Response from festival:

    Thanks Eliot, it was great that you could be a part of the festival!