Skip to main content

Filminuto #16 and #18

Cuba, 1989 (MIFF 1990, Animation)

Director: Juan Padron

The Filminuto series are designed to screen before a feature in Cuban cinemas (often with local newsreels).

Each Filminuto is a collection of brief cartoon-strip-like comic animations of no more than one minute, usually written by the father of Cuban animation Juan Padron.
- (TB)

See also...

Quinoscopio #2

A light-hearted Cuban Animation. ... More »

Filminuto #2

A series of 1 minute animated jokes ... More »

VAMPIRES IN HAVANA

Vampisol is a potion invented by Professor Dracula that allows vampires to survive in daylight and therefore lead a normal life. As might be imagined, such a product could revolutionise the nocturnal ... More »

Bravo Papa 2040

Pixillated film from the point of view of a fighter pilot flying toward its target...a peasant woman digging potatoes. ... More »

Hen, His Life

Extraordinarily detailed and beautifully drawn animation of a bizarre and surreal world; the domestic life of a fatman, his wife, a sort of oversized obese chicken and their child/pet, a slug-like ... More »

Start From Scratch

As the title suggests, an animated scratch film. A moving, jiving and jumping series of scratched images set to pop music. ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director