No Bigger than a Minute

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No Bigger than a Minute
Written by Steven Delano, Amy Kaplan
Directed by Steven Delano
Starring Peter Dinklage, Werner Herzog, Bushwick Bill
Theme music composer Jon Hegel
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Steven Delano, Diane Markrow
Cinematography James Phelan
Editor(s) Chad Herschberger
Running time 53 minutes

No Bigger than a Minute is a 2006 documentary film about dwarfs in the media as well as filmmaker Steven Delano's own cathartic effort to deal with his dwarfism, something he ignored for almost forty years. Delano interviews actor Peter Dinklage, director Werner Herzog, and rapper Bushwick Bill as he deals with the question: If genetic engineering can weed out the condition, is that something we would want to do?[1][2]

No Bigger than a Minute had its television premiere in 2006 as part of PBS's Point of View series.


  1. ^ PBS Synopsis
  2. ^ "No Bigger Than a Minute". PBS. October 3, 2006. Archived from the original on September 1, 2016. Retrieved September 27, 2016. 

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