Anton Corbijn Shot the Shortest film in the History for TNT

The world famous Dutch film director, designer and photographer Anton Corbijn created the “Smallest Shortest Film”  in the movie history of only 1 second for the International post service company TNT .


Together with Amsterdam and London based Creative agency KesselsKramer Corbijn shot the 1-second film-on-a-stamp, which nods to a classic Dutch stamp from 1951, designed by Cas Oorthuys depicting a girl and a windmill.The “star” in this unique creative experiment is Dutch actress Carice van Houten.

The creative idea of the agency is to turn a stamp into the smallest and shortest ever film – by using the latest advances in lenticular printing. This technique enables the showing of 30 frames of film – around 1 second – on a normal stamp format.

1 second film on Dutch stamp by Anton Corbijn from KesselsKramer on Vimeo.