MAX3MIN Very Short Film Festival is an international festival of short films that have a maximum running time of 3 minutes. From all over the world, it seeks out stories to tell in the short length of a song, to take a photo of a time that is changing quickly.
Founded in 2021 as a digital festival, from its second year it was transformed into a hybrid festival, to take the selected films on to the large screen.
The third festival in 2023, will be structured round a series of rendezvous, with a big conclusive party in Milan at Cineteca Milano MIC, alongside a calendar of online screenings here on our website, free of charge and accessible in streaming all over the world, for the promotion of inclusive and democratic cinema.
The aim of MAX3MIN is to be a showcase for short, very short films that often struggle to find a space, and a megaphone for all filmmakers who tell their stories of the world through images and a new language that makes shortness and quickness its force.
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Set designer, founder and creative director of M3M. Born in Argentina, she lived between Barcelona and Milan. Over the years she worked as producer, set designer for music videos and she curated art and photography exhibitions.
Head & body at Already Ready, freelance communication collective: consulting & strategies for cultural projects since 2012. From concept development to daily planning and final outputs.
She loves marketing as the means to create value managing knowledge. She relishes data analysis to investigate people’s needs, desires and aspirations. Lover of the sea with a deep espertise in yachting industry.
Involved with cinema and film festivals since 2006. Film watcher and translator. Founder of SubHumans, for helping you telling stories, but in other languages.
Selection committee member.
B.1983, is a cinema expert in all its forms. He writes for Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and many other magazines. He wrote two essays and worked as a contributor for Rai - Radiotelevisione italiana, the national public broadcasting company of Italy.
Born in Bari in 1983, he lives in Milan and he's been working alongside editorial and journalistic staff. He was the co-director of the Milano Film Festival from 2011 to 2015. He created Unadimille.it in 2017, a website dedicated to the analysis of Italian contemporary music. He curates the weekly music column for FilmTv and collaborates with Duels.it.
She has been working in the creative and cultural industries for ten years. In BASE Milano she deals with the cultural center's projects and program. Passionate about indipendent cinema, she collaborates with Long Take and with various Italian festivals, she writes about cinema and TV series for various magazines such as Playboy and Billboard.
Born in Tuscany in the roaring 90s, she has collaborated with various film festivals from all over italy since 2016.
Selection committee member.
Independent graphic designer and illustrator based in London, working on a variety of projects from print to digital, collaborating regularly with The Everyday Press, a publisher of artists books, and teaching at Richmond University. Graduated from The Royal College of Art with an MA in Visual Communication. She also really likes dolphins, especially when they jump.
Steals from new media art and gives to people ( and sometimes to brands).
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Sofia Lamar -Producer who loves judging others while petting her dog.
Giulia Negretto -Producer, she is not in the picture 'cause that morning she was late.
Carlotta Grimaldi -Producer, we don't know if she was born before Blackball or viceversa.
Matteo Maggi -Editor, he's Sofia's dog.
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