Tag Archives: 1 minute

History One Minutes In Paradiso

November 28, 2010 (tonight 6 years ago) the Dutch Museum of National History and The One Minutes presented a selection of videos about Dutch History (and personal history of dutch) at the festival “Waar Geschiedenis Begint” (Where history starts) in Paradiso, Amsterdam.

Artists and art students were asked to make a one minute video about where history starts. Special host is artist and theater director Steven de Jong.

This short doc shows the premiere of the 1 minute film “Transport XX – face to face” ( full details here at michelvanderburg.com ) and screening (full or partially) of some others including “Aap Noot Mies” ( by Barry van der Rijt – barryvanderrijt.com – here at The One Minutes Vimeo  )

Kraków central station

Kraków Central station – Recorded May 2012. Poland. Kraków. Kraków Główny station – 10PM. One minute film by Michel van der Burg, september 2012. License: Creative Commons Attribution

Amazigh troubadour

Amazigh Troubadour – Recorded Sept. 2005. Morocco. Ouarzazate. Douar Talmasla. Dar Daïf. Moulay Saïd playing the rghbab. One minute film by Michel van der Burg, september 2012. License: Creative Commons Attribution

Floaters

“floaters” 1 minute film
mouches volantes? drijvende objecten? reflection? alien objects?

One minute, October 2009, at the border of the Silent Rhine (‘Stille Rijn’) in Leyden (‘Leiden’) Holland, from under the Fish-bridge (‘Visbrug’) at the confluence of the Old and New Rhine (Oude Rijn & Nieuwe Rijn) — where Leyden was born. License: Creative Commons Attribution

Dutch:
Een minuut, oktober 2009, aan het water bij de Stille Rijn in Leiden vanaf het bruggetje onder de Visbrug, waar de Oude Rijn en Nieuwe Rijn samenkomen — en Leiden ontstaan is.