One Day on Earth is a Film Shot in Every Country in 24 Hours

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: Jul 16, 2011 • References: & thisiscolossal
As the name suggests, One Day on Earth is a documentary project that was filmed in every country on earth over a 24-hour period. Thousands of filmmakers, students and ordinary citizens positioned themselves in the world's 290 countries and filmed some of the most meaningful cultural moments in the various nations on Oct. 10th, 2010.

These voices and captures are behind what is being called by reviewers the largest participatory media event in history. The film's directors are currently editing over 3,000 hours of film captured in the single-day period, and the film's release is much anticipated. They are asking for help from supporters via Kickstarter to complete the film.

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