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The 3rd Annual Dawson City 1 Minute Film Festival will take place during the 2011 Festival!
The 3rd Annual 1 Minute Film Challenge screened last night in the Ballroom of the ODD Fellows Hall at the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture. 24 filmmakers showed their ability to create In-camera films, or pare down their shot list to 1 minute!
Congrats to all the filmmakers.
A jury decided that Rick Zimmer and Veronica Verkley's "1 Minute Eclair" was the best film. Smartly organized and shot in true dogma fashion and those eclairs made for the screening were fabulous! The audience also got to participate and voted "am/pm" by Kerry Barber and Jackson Lovett as their favorite.
An added bonus to this years festival was the ability to work with composer/musician, Rozalind MacPhail (a 1 minute film challenge founder) to compose soundtracks for the films. After many nights of no sleep and recording weird sounds around Dawson, Rozalind created scores for 17 of the 24 films.
Many of the screening attendees went away planning their next 1 minute movie!
Sponsored by KIAC and Kodak and generously supported by the Yukon Film and Sound Commission.
The 2nd Annual took place during and immdiately following the 2010 Dawson City International Short Film Festival.
Each participant was given a super 8 camera to shoot an in-camera film (1/ 2 roll approx 1 minute) and then pass the camera on to another participant. Participants may also use their own video cameras to shoot a 1 minute film.
Screening: Saturday, May 1, 2010
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