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.

Smallest Shortest Film – directed by Anton Corbijn from KK Los Angeles on Vimeo.

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