The One Minute Film Festival took place annually in a barn outside of a small town in upstate New York, on the first Saturday after the 4th of July, from 2003-2012. The festival was organized and hosted by artists Jason Simon and Moyra Davey. This catalogue samples that decade through the participation of hundreds of film makers: ten years spanning the extremes of George Bush and Barack Obama, of You Tube and the near ubiquity of video within cultural institutions. A fascinating look at the way film making has evolved over the past ten years. Includes DVD.