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The One Minutes Jr. The One Minutes Jr. is an international, arts-based video initiative for young people from all over

is an international, arts-based initiative that gives 12-20 year-old youth, especially those who are underprivileged or marginalised, the opportunity to have their voices heard and to share their ideas, dreams, fascinations, anxieties and viewpoints on the world. process equips the young filmmakers with the fundamental skill of self-expression that is needed to participate fully in society. bring

is an international, arts-based initiative that gives 12-20 year-old youth, especially those who are underprivileged or marginalised, the opportunity to have their voices heard and to share their ideas, dreams, fascinations, anxieties and viewpoints on the world. process equips the young filmmakers with the fundamental skill of self-expression that is needed to participate fully in society. bring

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Dytiatko International Children's Media Festival has started!Finally, young people in Ukraine will get the opportunity t...
08/09/2022

Dytiatko International Children's Media Festival has started!

Finally, young people in Ukraine will get the opportunity to see our Ukrainian series.

For security reasons, the date and the location will not be announced.

‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, The One Minutes Jr. went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, one of the most important short film institutions anywhere in the world, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

Participating artists:
Yekaterina Masalskaya
Andrey Gruzdev
Vadym
Sofia Devotchenkova
Marina Postolati
Katia Tsap
Denis Levchenko
Dina Nadel
Denis and Adrej
Dasha Starikova
Bibikova Anastasia
Anna Kolesnyk
Danil Potapov
Kristina Tolmacheva
Mikhail Perekhrest
Viktoriya Shchelkunova
Oleksandr
Volodymyr
Artyr
Viacheslav
Alexandra Kulichenko
Daniil Buli
Bogdan Yali
Veronika Shaposhnikova
Aleksandr Tsukor
Alena Solyanik
Alexander Kurilenko
Anna Lusenkova
Mariya Tseluh
Lilia Migutsa
Ivan Kuraksin
Ulyana Chernikh
Rostyslav
Vadim Ergard
Vyacheslav Potsko
Nastya Starchenko
Maruschenko Valeria
Dasha Shmulich
Ivan Gorb
Yana Muntyan
Nikita Novgorodse
Danilo Savkevich
Daniil Buzevskyu
Valeria Gukezheva

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

Visit the link in our bio to watch the series online.

This week in the  windows: 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine'A new narrative for Ukraine: told by its childrenWhat is the inf...
31/08/2022

This week in the  windows: 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine'

A new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, The One Minutes Jr. went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, one of the most important short film institutions anywhere in the world, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

Participating artists:
Yekaterina Masalskaya
Andrey Gruzdev
Vadym
Sofia Devotchenkova
Marina Postolati
Katia Tsap
Denis Levchenko
Dina Nadel
Denis and Adrej
Dasha Starikova
Bibikova Anastasia
Anna Kolesnyk
Danil Potapov
Kristina Tolmacheva
Mikhail Perekhrest
Viktoriya Shchelkunova
Oleksandr
Volodymyr
Artyr
Viacheslav
Alexandra Kulichenko
Daniil Buli
Bogdan Yali
Veronika Shaposhnikova
Aleksandr Tsukor
Alena Solyanik
Alexander Kurilenko
Anna Lusenkova
Mariya Tseluh
Lilia Migutsa
Ivan Kuraksin
Ulyana Chernikh
Rostyslav
Vadim Ergard
Vyacheslav Potsko
Nastya Starchenko
Maruschenko Valeria
Dasha Shmulich
Ivan Gorb
Yana Muntyan
Nikita Novgorodse
Danilo Savkevich
Daniil Buzevskyu
Valeria Gukezheva

The series premiered  and is selected for ,  and .

Finally, young people in Ukraine will get the opportunity to see the series! It will screen at DYTIATKO International Children’s Media Festival in Ternopil. For security reasons, the date and the location will not be announced.

Watch the series online! -> link in bio

Slide 1:
The One Minutes Jr. at W139
Slides 2 & 3:
Fifteen Hugs, Katia Tsap, 2017
Slide 4:
Solo Dance, Dasha Starikova, 2017
Slide 5:
Animal farm, Aleksandr Tsukor, 2017
Slide 6:
Strong family bond, Sofia Devotchenkova, 2017

This summer,  presents  This week, watch from the street: 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' A new narrative for Ukraine: tol...
30/08/2022

This summer, presents

This week, watch from the street: 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine'

A new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, The One Minutes Jr. went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, one of the most important short film institutions anywhere in the world, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

Participating artists:
Yekaterina Masalskaya
Andrey Gruzdev
Vadym
Sofia Devotchenkova
Marina Postolati
Katia Tsap
Denis Levchenko
Dina Nadel
Denis and Adrej
Dasha Starikova
Bibikova Anastasia
Anna Kolesnyk
Danil Potapov
Kristina Tolmacheva
Mikhail Perekhrest
Viktoriya Shchelkunova
Oleksandr
Volodymyr
Artyr
Viacheslav
Alexandra Kulichenko
Daniil Buli
Bogdan Yali
Veronika Shaposhnikova
Aleksandr Tsukor
Alena Solyanik
Alexander Kurilenko
Anna Lusenkova
Mariya Tseluh
Lilia Migutsa
Ivan Kuraksin
Ulyana Chernikh
Rostyslav
Vadim Ergard
Vyacheslav Potsko
Nastya Starchenko
Maruschenko Valeria
Dasha Shmulich
Ivan Gorb
Yana Muntyan
Nikita Novgorodse
Danilo Savkevich
Daniil Buzevskyu
Valeria Gukezheva

Visit the link in our bio to watch the series online.

The series premiered and is selected for , , and .iff

Finally, young people in Ukraine will get the opportunity to see the series! It will screen at DYTIATKO International Children’s Media Festival in Ternopil. For security reasons, the date and the location will not be announced.

Credits:
Slide 1:
The One Minutes at W139 - Beauty standards, Maruschenko Valeria, 2017
Slide 2
The One Minutes at W139 - Strong family bond, Sofia Devotchenkova, 2017 2.jpg

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18/08/2022

Photos from The One Minutes's post

This summer, W139 presents… The One MinutesWatch from the street:29 August - 4 September: The One Minutes Jr. Ukrainehtt...
15/08/2022

This summer, W139 presents… The One Minutes

Watch from the street:
29 August - 4 September: The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine

https://w139.nl/en/the-one-minutes-in-the-windows-en/

During the installation of the upcoming exhibition, three series' of The One Minutes () will be shown in our windows until early September. Last week we started with Squeeze Crush Press Blush, curated by Afra Eisma and Marnix van Uum. Twenty-one artists and filmmakers invite you to take a dive into their ever-changing minds. A crack in the gloss, a break, a rupture, a split, a breach, a slit, a smack, a smash, a blow, a bang, a grin, our mind is a container. The selected One Minutes were sent in from China, Belgium, Finland, France, Greece, Netherlands, Suriname, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States.‘Squeeze Crush Press Blush’ offers a non-linear journey across a multitude of feelings.

Afra Eisma (b. 1993, the Netherlands) creates intimate worlds bursting with colour and energy. Her work consists of tufted carpets, ceramics, drawings, paintings and textiles.

Marnix van Uum (b. 1991, the Netherlands) works with media (i.e. video, photography and text) that have descriptive qualities and thus imply to depict (fragments of) reality.

Participating artists:

Margaret Haines

Bob Demper

Pieter Van Den Bosch

Daisy Madden-Wells

meng florent

Hilary Yip

Elina Alekseeva

Kubilay Mert Ural

Gijsje Heemskerk and Sjuul Joosen

Foteini Makri

Alejandra López

Mimi Shi Co., Ltd

Cabenda

Alfie Dwyer

Annemarie Wadlow

Naïmé Perrette

Jef Nollet

Erkka Nissinen

Juyi Mao

Heleen Mineur

Kim David Bots & Eliane Esther Bots

29/06/2022

Wings of an Angel, Valeria Gukezheva, 2017, Ukraine (46/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

          

28/06/2022

Passion, Daniil Buzevskyu, 2017, Ukraine (45/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

Passion by Daniil Buzevskyu was nominated for The One Minutes Jr. Awards 2017 at  . Danilo was invited to come to Amsterdam to meet the other 14 nominees and to follow a master class from professional filmmakers.

          

26/06/2022

Around the corner, Danilo Savkevich, 2017, Ukraine (43/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

Around the corner by Danilo Savkevich was nominated for The One Minutes Jr. Awards 2017 at  . Danilo was invited to come to Amsterdam to meet the other 14 nominees and to follow a master class from professional filmmakers.

          

25/06/2022

On opposite sides, Yana Muntyan, 2017, Ukraine (41/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

Our series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, The One Minutes Jr. went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

            

25/06/2022

On opposite sides, Yana Muntyan, 2017, Ukraine (41/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

Our series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, The One Minutes Jr. went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

            

24/06/2022

Torn Apart, Ivan Gorb, 2017, Ukraine (39/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

          

23/06/2022

Masks of indifference, Dasha Shmulich, 2017, Ukraine (38/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

‘Masks of indifference’ was also on show at at How To Set Your Signs On Fire, a Fundraiser for Ukrainian art and artists .

          

22/06/2022

Beauty standards, Maruschenko Valeria, 2017, Ukraine (37/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

          

21/06/2022

Source of life, Nastya Starchenko, 2017, Ukraine (36/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

          

20/06/2022

The Grey Mass, Vyacheslav Potsko, 2017, Ukraine (35/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

          

19/06/2022

What is a lie?, Vadim Ergard, 2017, Ukraine (34/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

          

19/06/2022

Debt, Rostyslav, 2017, Ukraine (33/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

          

17/06/2022

My Dream, Ulyana Chernikh, 2017, Ukraine (33/46) of ‘The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine’.

The One Minutes Series of May and June presents a new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children.

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, we went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' premiered at , screened at and has been selected for with more festivals to be announced soon.

Watch 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine' on the  Player! -> link in bio

»With the ongoing war in Ukraine, the 46 heartfelt autobiographical shorts in this compilation made by young Ukrainians are highly topical, as well as extremely moving.« Eye Filmmuseum

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

          

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This week in the W139 windows: 'The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine'

A new narrative for Ukraine: told by its children

What is the influence of war on daily life in Ukraine? What is it like to grow up in a conflict zone? To live in constant fear? What dreams do young people hold for the future?

In 2016 and 2017, The One Minutes Jr. went to Ukraine multiple times for workshops with young people in Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Dobropillia, Kharkiv, Liman, Mariupol, Militopol, Severodonestk, Sloviansk and Volnovakha to find answers to these questions.

In 2022, with the war in the Ukraine, these films are highly topical and at the request of International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, one of the most important short film institutions anywhere in the world, a compilation was made of 46 One Minutes.

Participating artists:
Yekaterina Masalskaya
Andrey Gruzdev
Vadym
Sofia Devotchenkova
Marina Postolati
Katia Tsap
Denis Levchenko
Dina Nadel
Denis and Adrej
Dasha Starikova
Bibikova Anastasia
Anna Kolesnyk
Danil Potapov
Kristina Tolmacheva
Mikhail Perekhrest
Viktoriya Shchelkunova
Oleksandr
Volodymyr
Artyr
Viacheslav
Alexandra Kulichenko
Daniil Buli
Bogdan Yali
Veronika Shaposhnikova
Aleksandr Tsukor
Alena Solyanik
Alexander Kurilenko
Anna Lusenkova
Mariya Tseluh
Lilia Migutsa
Ivan Kuraksin
Ulyana Chernikh
Rostyslav
Vadim Ergard
Vyacheslav Potsko
Nastya Starchenko
Maruschenko Valeria
Dasha Shmulich
Ivan Gorb
Yana Muntyan
Nikita Novgorodse
Danilo Savkevich
Daniil Buzevskyu
Valeria Gukezheva

»Such a brave and urgent project!« Locarno Film Festival

Finally, young people in Ukraine will get the opportunity to see the series! It will screen at DYTIATKO International Children’s Media Festival in Ternopil. For security reasons, the date and the location will not be announced.

Watch the series online on the Eye Film Player!
https://player.eyefilm.nl/en/films/the-one-minutes-jr-ukraine

Slide 1:
The One Minutes Jr. at W139
Slides 2 & 3:
The One Minutes Jr. at W139 Fifteen Hugs, Katia Tsap, 2017
Slide 4:
The One Minutes at W139 - Beauty standards, Maruschenko Valeria, 2017
Slide 5:
The One Minutes at W139 - Strong family bond, Sofia Devotchenkova, 2017
Slide 6:
The One Minutes Jr. at W139 Solo Dance, Dasha Starikova, 2017
Slide 7:
The One Minutes Jr. at W139 Animal farm, Aleksandr Tsukor, 2017
Slide 8:
The One Minutes Jr. at W139 Strong family bond, Sofia Devotchenkova, 2017
Only three days to left to see 'Squeeze Crush Press Blush' curated by Afra Eisma and Marnix van Uum at W139!

This summer, de W presents The One Minutes.
https://w139.nl/en/the-one-minutes-in-the-windows-en/

Coming up:
21-28 August 'Everything happened so much: archive as poem in an age of perpetual witnessing' curated by Jesse Darling
29 August - 4 September: The One Minutes Jr. Ukraine

Participating artists 'Squeeze Crush Press Blush':
Margaret V Haines Bob Demper Daisy Madden-Wells Flo Meng Elina Alekseeva Kubilay Mert Ural Sjuul Joosen Foteini Makri Ruben Cabenda Alfie Dwyer Annemarie Wadlow Naïmé Perrette Jef Nollet Erkka Nissinen Juyi Mao Heleen Mineur Kim David Bots
Sampa Westerlaken, Healing (part1), 2021, Netherlands

What does it mean to grow up with HIV?

What is it like to fight the stigma in your own head?

Should it affect your whole life, if you don't see it, if you don't feel it and you're happy with your life?

The One Minutes Jr. did a series of online masterclasses with young people with HIV. The masterclasses were led by artist and designer Sandberg Instituut alumnus Heleen Mineur in collaboration with Amsterdam UMC with support from Gilead Sciences.

The videos were presented last Saturday NEVERNEVERLAND and will be published at The One Minutes Jr. in the coming week.

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Arnoud Holleman made a 1 minute from his own archive which is also an open call for submissions:⁠⠀
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NEW NORMALISM⁠⠀
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Deadline 1 June 2020⁠⠀
➡️Link in bio for the open call. Excited to watch your videos⁠⠀
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New Normalism is a collaboration between The One Minutes and Maastricht Academy of Arts (Zuyd University of Applied Sciences).⁠⠀
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In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, we are delighted to share with you two outstanding The One Minutes Jr. videos produced in 2019. 🎬

These works are selected among many excellent productions from around the world and honored with the 2020 Rain Barrel Communications Special Recognition Award. Read our blog post to learn more!

https://www.rainbarrelcommunications.com/the-flow/rain-barrel-honors-young-producers
👏👏👏၂၀၂ဝခုနှစ်ရဲ့ One Minutes Junior Awards ရရှိသူ Winner များအားလုံးအတွက် အလွန်ပဲ ဝမ်းမြောက်ကြောင်း ပြောကြားလိုပါတယ်။ ဒီနှစ်ရဲ့ ဆု သုံးဆုထဲက နှစ်ဆုဟာ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံက ရရှိတာဖြစ်ပြီး ကချင်ပြည်နယ်နဲ့ ရှမ်းပြည်နယ်တွေက ကလေးငယ်တွေရဲ့ ဗီဒီယိုလေးတွေပဲ ဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ 🥳🤩

One minutes junior ပရောဂျက်က ကလေးငယ်တွေရဲ့ သဘောထားအမြင်တွေကို ကြားသိနိုင်အောင်လုပ်ပေးနိုင်ဖို့အတွက် ကမ္ဘာအရပ်ရပ်က လူငယ်တွေကို ဗီဒီယိုအလုပ်ရုံဆွေးနွေးပွဲတွေဆီ ခေါ်ဆောင်ပေးခဲ့တာဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ KOICA (ကိုရီးယားနိုင်ငံတကာ ပူးပေါင်းဆောင်ရွက်ရေး အေဂျင်စီ)ရဲ့ ပံ့ပိုးမှုအပြင် ပညာရေးဝန်ကြီးဌာနနဲ့ ပြည်နယ် ပညာရေးဦးစီးဌာနတို့ ပူးပေါင်းဆောင်ရွက်မှုနဲ့အတူ ယူနီဆက်၊ One Minutes Foundation တို့က ၂၀၁၉ နိုဝင်ဘာလလောက်က စတင်ပြီး ပူးပေါင်းအကောင်အထည်ဖော်ခဲ့ကြတာဖြစ်ပါတယ်။မြန်မာနိုင်ငံမှ ဆုရရှိသွားသူနှစ်ဦးထဲကမှ မမြင့်မြင့်မိုးရဲ့ Sit Still! ဆိုတဲ့ video ကိုမျှဝေတင်ပြလိုက်ရပါတယ်။👇

Congratulations! 👏👏👏 to the One Minutes Junior Awards 2020 WINNERS from Kachin and Shan states! Two out of Three WINNERS for this year’s awards are from MYANMAR. 🥳🤩
In cooperation with the One Minutes Foundation, the project was supported by UNICEF and the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Myanmar in November 2019. Click on the video below to see Sit Still! By Myint Myint Moe 👇

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KOICA Myanmar
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The harms of bullying can't always be seen, but that doesn't mean they aren't there.

Congratulations to the winners of the One Minute Junior Awards 2020!

Watch the video "MY FEELINGS" from Yu Wa Ti, one of the winners from Kachin state, Myanmar: https://bit.ly/2vZhIxB

Let's spread kindness, encourage others to speak up, and

Unicef Myanmar
KOICA Myanmar
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👏👏👏၂၀၂ဝခုနှစ်ရဲ့ One Minutes Junior Awards ရရှိသူ Winner များအားလုံးအတွက် အလွန်ပဲ ဝမ်းမြောက်ကြောင်း ပြောကြားလိုပါတယ်။ ဒီနှစ်ရဲ့ ဆု သုံးဆုထဲက နှစ်ဆုဟာ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံက ရရှိတာဖြစ်ပြီး ကချင်ပြည်နယ်နဲ့ ရှမ်းပြည်နယ်တွေက ကလေးငယ်တွေရဲ့ ဗီဒီယိုလေးတွေပဲ ဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ 🥳🤩

One minutes junior ပရောဂျက်က ကလေးငယ်တွေရဲ့ သဘောထားအမြင်တွေကို ကြားသိနိုင်အောင်လုပ်ပေးနိုင်ဖို့အတွက် ကမ္ဘာအရပ်ရပ်က လူငယ်တွေကို ဗီဒီယိုအလုပ်ရုံဆွေးနွေးပွဲတွေဆီ ခေါ်ဆောင်ပေးခဲ့တာဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ KOICA (ကိုရီးယားနိုင်ငံတကာ ပူးပေါင်းဆောင်ရွက်ရေး အေဂျင်စီ)ရဲ့ ပံ့ပိုးမှုအပြင် ပညာရေးဝန်ကြီးဌာနနဲ့ ပြည်နယ် ပညာရေးဦးစီးဌာနတို့ ပူးပေါင်းဆောင်ရွက်မှုနဲ့အတူ ယူနီဆက်၊ One Minutes Foundation တို့က ၂၀၁၉ နိုဝင်ဘာလလောက်က စတင်ပြီး ပူးပေါင်းအကောင်အထည်ဖော်ခဲ့ကြတာဖြစ်ပါတယ်။ ဆုရရှိသွားတဲ့ မယုဝတီရဲ့ My Feelings ဆိုတဲ့ video ကိုမျှဝေတင်ပြလိုက်ရပါတယ်။👇 နောက် winner video တခုကိုလည်း ဆက်လက်ဝေမျှသွားပါဦးမယ်။ 😉

Congratulations! 👏👏👏 to the One Minutes Junior Awards 2020 WINNERS from Kachin and Shan states! Two out of Three WINNERS for this year’s awards are from MYANMAR. 🥳🤩
In cooperation with the One Minutes Foundation, the project was supported by UNICEF and the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Myanmar in November 2019. Click on the video below to see Yuwati from Kachin state’s MY FEELINGS 👇Come back to our page to see one other WINNER video 😉

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KOICA Myanmar
The One Minutes Jr.

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🎥 Vandaag worden The One Minutes Jr. Awards online uitgereikt, in plaats van op in Den Haag 🏆

Hoe is het leven van een jonge vluchteling in Nederland? Hoe gaan Koreaanse meisjes om met de constante druk om elegant en vrouwelijk te zijn? Wat is de invloed van oorlog op het dagelijkse leven in Syrië? Sinds 2002 reizen filmmakers de hele wereld rond als onderdeel van The One Minutes Jr.-project om samen met kinderen antwoorden op deze vragen te vinden. Hun creaties zijn voorbeelden van verbazingwekkende veerkracht en jeugdige creativiteit.

Vijftien films van één minuut gemaakt door jongeren uit Eritrea, Libanon, Myanmar, Nederland, Nigeria, Palestina, Zuid-Korea en Syrië zijn genomineerd, zoals bijvoorbeeld de film HOME AGAIN van Hala en Zainab, die in het AZC in Almelo is gemaakt.

Benieuwd naar de winnaars? Houd The One Minutes Jr. pagina in de gaten en bekijk via de YouTube Playlist alvast de genomineerde films: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeo036DgraXU_G1Qs7_vcpO5DWbB7F1RP
Join The One Minutes Jr., where the nominees for The One Minutes Jr. Awards 2020 from Eritrea, Lebanon, Myanmar, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Palestine, South Korea and Syria will be featured.
THE ONE MINUTES JR. AWARDS 2020 WILL CONTINUE ONLINE

Following the guidelines of the Dutch government regarding the global Covid-19 outbreak the 2020 edition of Movies that Matter Festival is cancelled. This means that the presentation of The One Minutes Jr. Awards 2020 on March 27 at Movies that Matter cannot take place at the festival in The Hague.

We have decided to continue The One Minutes Jr. Awards 2020 online and to announce the winners on March 27. You are invited to join us on Instagram () and Facebook (The One Minutes Jr.), where all the nominees will be featured.

Stay tuned!
Movies that Matter proudly presents The One Minutes Jr. Awards 2020!

On Friday 27 March, the One Minutes Jr. Awards 2020 will be handed out during Campus Night at the Movies that Matter Festival 2020. Fifteen one-minute films made by youngsters from Eritrea, Japan, Lebanon, Myanmar, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Palestine, South Korea, Syria and Turkey are nominated.

Read more about the awards in the link below.
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Andere Kunst en amusement in Amsterdam (alles zien)

Gem Records Broedplaats ACTA 020studio Casting International - NL Casting International - ENG Ruxandra Cristina Bocin- Dumitriu Occii Kinderpret The Clinic - Music Production-Artist Consultants Nieuw & Meer Nicoline Snaas Sings Rainbow Lizards Amsterdams Kleinkunst Festival LIMA media art platform PAN Amsterdam Fiep Westendorp Illustrations