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Brief Published: 17 Oct 2011

One Day on Earth


The One Day on Earth filmmaking initiative is encouraging people around the world to film their movements on the day of 11/11/11. The footage will then be used to create a shared online archive and feature film.

The project aims to foster international filmmakers at a grassroots level to create a community that not only watches, but also participates by documenting human experience over a 24-hour period.

One Day On Earth first took place on 10/10/10, with more than 3,000 hours of footage created. The collaboration was the first-ever simultaneous filming event occurring in every country in the world. It created a unique geo-tagged video archive, as well as an upcoming feature film.

One Day on Earth