2010 Filminute winners announced


The winners have been announced for this year's Filminute festival, the one-minute international film festival created by two Torontonians.

This past September saw audiences from 124 countries drawn to the website to watch the 25 shortlisted films. The big winners included Matthew Marsh's Chose Not to Fall (UK), which won best Filminute, People's Choice Award winner Dorin Pene for A New Prayer (Romania), and Oskar Amarson's Dark Valley (Iceland), which was top rated.

More information on the festival, as well as shortlisted films, is available on the Filminute website.


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