ONE DAY ON EARTH is the first film made in every country of the world on the same day. We see both the challenges and hopes of humanity from a diverse group of volunteer filmmakers assembled by a participatory media experiment. The world is greatly interconnected, enormous, perilous, and wonderful.
|Formats:||Digital Copy, DVD|
|Running Time:||104 min.|
|Theme:||Arts and Culture, Education, Personal Story, Society|
|Available regions:||United States, Canada, see all »|
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"A very special documentary"CBS This Morning
"Truly amazing"CNN International
"Visit every country in the world"Entertainment Weekly
"A record of how extraordinary a single day on our planet can be"CNET News
Strategies of Participation: The Who, What and When of Collaborative Documentaries, by Sandra Gaudenzi"With the rise of social networks in the past 10 years, and the general acceptance of Web 2.0's collaborative logic, online documentary producers have been tempted to invite their audiences into what was previously considered their very own walled garden: the production of the documentary itself."
Sounds and the City: Popular Music, Place and Globalization, by B. Lashua, K. Spracklen, S. Wagg"ODOE's use of crowdsourcing offers an eye-catching illustration of the participatory scale, immediacy and interconnectivity of global social movement and media making"
CONVERGENCE MEDIA, PARTICIPATION CULTURE AND THE DIGITAL VERNACULAR: TOWARDS THE DEMOCRATIZATION OF DOCUMENTARY, by Richard Vickers"The project has developed with annual global film collaborations undertaken in 2010 and 2011, aiming to achieve participation from every country in the world and create an accessible archive of diverse video. Whilst still focused on producing more traditional outputs in terms of films, the project utilizes the One Day on Earth website and social network platform to develop a community around the world, with inclusivity as one of the founding principles."
Distribution Company: ro*co films