Over 3,000 hours of filmed footage have been gathered from contributors all over the world helping to make what might be refered as “the first worldwide movie ever”.
On October 10, 2010 (10.10.10), be it accomplished filmmakers or just amateurs, people from all around the world have tried to illustrate best what’s happening in their corner of the world over a 24-hour period. The all summed up material is currently being edited, will be given a final shape and has already attracted attention even from the United Nations.
The multitude of persons that helped creating this industriously compounding movie have filmed various topics from each country on this planet, providing a video time capsule and giving a sense of unity to the whole world, through cinematic means of expression.
In fact, there already is a DVD pre-order available, to help financially support the project. One Day On Earth is also still taking pledges on the kickstarter funding platform, waiting to reach a $25,000 goal.
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