Eighteen months after thousands of volunteer filmmakers in every country on the planet shot 3,000 hours of footage in one day, One Day on Earth will have the most widespread one-day premiere in history.The film is an entirely crowdsourced project, inviting anyone to join the shooting process. Its website has become a social hub for filmmaker members, who can post updates and photos, and connect with other members.
The crowdsourced film will be screened for free at the U.N. General Assembly in New York at 4 p.m. Sunday. This international premier is supported by the U.N., Oxfam and Human Rights Watch, among other organizations. U.S. premiere locations are partnered with startup Tugg, which lets people vote to bring movies to local theaters.
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