BANGKOK — A call’s gone out for filmmakers to submit their work in any style for an upcoming festival with one catch: They only have 60 seconds to tell the story.
After hosting a 30 second film fest earlier this year, Whiteline is kind enough to give filmmakers double the time to express themselves at the upcoming 60 Second Film Festival.
Films on any subject, in any genre, style or language are welcome so long as their total run time does not exceed one minute.
Information on how to submit by the Feb. 1 deadline is available online.
All films will be screened starting at 9pm on Feb. 10, followed by an award presentation and after-party at Whiteline, a cultural arts venue on Soi Silom 8 that can be reached by taxi or on foot from BTS Chong Nonsi.