BANGKOK — It’s not the length that matters; it’s the quality. At least in this case.
To the delight of cinephiles – especially those in a hurry – the 60 Second Film Festival returns to the capital next month, and submissions are open to all people and genres. The only limitation? They must be under a minute.
Bigger and bolder, the event this time will be shown on multiple screens on both floors of a Silom Road events space.
Clips will be rated across seven different categories: documentaries, art/experimental films, music/fashion videos, romance/comedy, drama/crime, thriller/mystery, ghost/horror and science-fiction/fantasy.
The best film overall will win a 20,000 baht cash prize. Category prizes will be announced at a later date.
Entering films is free, but they must be submitted online by Nov. 24. Follow the link for instructions.
The 60 Second Film Festival begins at 7pm on Dec. 2 at Whiteline at Soi Silom 8. It is reachable by foot or taxi from BTS Chong Nonsi. Admission is free.