About the project
What are oneminutesjr videos?
They are sixty-second videos made by young people (between the ages of 12 and 20) from all over the world. Time may be limited in a oneminutesjr video (this challenges the youngsters to form their ideas clearly), but not the freedom to express oneself creatively, which is the basic right of every person.
What is the oneminutesjr network?
It is a non-commercial community without any set political belief or ideology. The network gives young people, especially those who are underprivileged or marginalised, the opportunity to have their voices heard by a broad audience. To share with the world their ideas, dreams, fascinations, anxieties and viewpoints.
Read more about the project here
Do you have something to say?
Are you older than 12 and younger than 21?
Make your own one-minute video and enter theoneminutesjr competition!
Deadline for your video entry is 1st of September 2011!!!
Your video will take part at this year’s online awards competition.
Get your views across by making a video lasting exactly 60 seconds – the style it completely your own choice. It could be a music video, a film, a short documentary, an animation, a cartoon or something completely different.
There are three categories and the winners of the best video of each category will be presented with a Tommy awards!
The three categories of the competition are:
Open category: one minute of freedom
60 seconds of absolute freedom to say what you wish on any topic you are interested in.
Thematic category: inside-out
Sometimes we all feel like we belong, and other times we feel left out. This can be a choice we make or something that happens against our will. Make a one-minute telling your experience, your opinion.
Personal category: self-portrait
Who are you? What do you stand for? What are your dreams, fascinations, fears, hopes and passions? Where do you come from? What do you see around you? Say who you are in your own way.
Find out more about the competition here