Small, Stupid and Insignificant

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Small, Stupid and Insignificant is a 2010 film directed by Valerie Buhagiar that explores euthanasia and assisted suicide.[1][2][3]

The film is 42 minutes long.[1] It won the Experimental Drama award at the 2011 Female Eye Film Festival.[3][4] The film was also featured at the European Union Film Festival in 2018.[5]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Susan G. Cole. Small, Stupid, And Insignificant: Not small at all, Now magazine, 2011-03-10. Retrieved on 2019-06-23. “Better known as an actor, Buhagiar takes some experimental risks, projecting images on mirrors and walls (mostly of the family's home movies), toying with the soundscape and bringing in a mysterious male character to shake things up.”
  2. Interview with Emily, Mandy and Angela, Cornell Radio, 2018-07-04. Retrieved on 2019-06-23.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Small, Stupid, And Insignificant. Retrieved on 2019-06-23. “Winner of the Experimental Drama award at the 2011 Female Eye Film Festival.”
  4. Interview with Nina Gilmore and Valerie Buhagiar, 2018-07-04. Retrieved on 2019-06-23.
  5. Festival Archives: Malta, Valerie Buhagiar, European Union Film Festival. Retrieved on 2019-06-23.