The latest 'One Day on Earth' crowdsource project was recently screened for free at the U.N. General Assembly in New York at 4 p.m. Sunday:
If you haven't heard of the film by now then head over to the official website, which has also become a social hub for filmmaker members. All of the footage in the first edition of the film was shot on 10/10/10. The community mobilized for shooting again on 11/11/11 and the third date is planned for 12/12/12.
Each film offers a big reflection of what’s happening across the world, and allows just about anyone to join the shooting process.
Here's what Executive Producer Brandon Litman explained to Mashable:
“We’re a different kind of film. A lot of people have an emotional stake. We’re really excited to put it out via our online community.”