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No Bigger Than a Minute

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PBS Premiere: October 3, 2006

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"My name is Steven, and I am a dwarf..." So begins No Bigger than a Minute, a stylishly eclectic documentary film that introduces viewers to four-foot-tall filmmaker, Steven Delano. For forty years Steven lived his life as a reluctant celebrity, disavowing his dwarf deviance and avoiding both the benefits and potential traumas of real self-discovery. In making this film Steven uses his license-of-stature and a healthy dose of irreverent humor to show first-hand how a genetic mutation marks a person for life. Brimming with bright colors, bold images, surreal reenactments, and an original score composed from Steven's very own mutated DNA sequence, No Bigger than a Minute finds the dignity of dwarfs in an exposé of the delightful, fulfilling and sometimes shocking realities that define a tip-toe life.

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TAGS: aascu, biography, disability, discrimination, dwarfism, genetics, humor, little people, stereotype

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No Bigger Than a Minute

Premiere Date: October 3, 2006

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Filmmaker: Steven Delano Bio | Interview | Statement

Press: Press Release | Critical Acclaim

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