A one minute film commissioned by the Images Festival in 2003 for their Minute Movies program. It was designed specifically for the experimental-film-lovin’ audience at the festival. It pokes a bit of fun at experimental filmmakers in general, and it actually demonstrates a valid but obscure technique. This technique took me almost two years to figure out, and I subsequently discovered that it was already known. It’s about sharing techniques instead of hoarding them, and having fun. It won Jury’s Choice and Audience Favorite at the CSIF $100 Film Festival, Best Film Overall at the Toronto One Minute Film and Video Festival and received Special Mention by the jury at The Festival International de Court Metrage in Lille, France.