One Day on Earth

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Hi One Day on Earthers!

Oh wow, what a week of developments. We are in full swing on securing locations, tackling some of the most challenging areas of the world. I'm writing this blog entry from Paris, where I just met with the good people of UNESCO. We hope to continue to connect with World Heritage sites to confirm unique venues for the film. We are working hard to make the screening of One Day on Earth like no other film in history!

The team in LA, lead by ODOE founder Kyle Ruddick, is putting the finishing touches on the film. Bringing the dozens and dozens of formats together has been a crazy process, but nothing that late hours and lots of coffee hasn't solved. The work was done at an amazing facility in Santa Monica called Tunnel Post - their team deserves a "medal of honor" when it comes to film finishing.

Right now we are working to solve financial issues with certain venues in the developing world so that they can screen the film. We have started asking venues in more financially secure areas to sponsor developing world screenings. We'll keep you posted with how that goes and send a broader message out to try and get you involved.

There are countless emails, calls, Skype conversations, happening 24 hours a day. We'll keep you informed and hope to share a long list of screenings in the weeks to come. That said, please help us bring this film to the world. If you know of a venue that you can help secure (or want to simply attend a screening,) visit to get involved!



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Comment by Merri Christi Pemberton on April 28, 2012 at 2:53pm

How long does it take to receive the DVD? I see that we can now pre order it.

Comment by Jan BenDor on April 21, 2012 at 2:50pm

Despite my having signed up twice on the contract to premiere the film, I have received no dvd. Sadly, I have had to cancel our Ypsilanti MI premiere event, which will disappoint many people.

Comment by Johnathon Holmes on April 21, 2012 at 8:30am

how can contributors get access to the online film?

Comment by Faiza souici on April 21, 2012 at 12:04am

Thank you

Comment by Merri Christi Pemberton on April 18, 2012 at 6:36am

I have the same question as Idongesit. One of my friends is a filmmaker in Nigeria, and I was wondering if there is a venue secured there as well. Thank you Brandon for everything you are doing in keeping up updated!

Comment by Idongesit ESSIEN on April 18, 2012 at 5:58am

Hi brandon,

I can imagine how busy you and your team have been fixing locations up. But i would also like to notify you that the locations in Nigeria have not been published and as such, we dont know where to go watch the film. Thank you.

Comment by Oketeku D Toltec on April 18, 2012 at 3:03am

i film is showing for free no Ticket

Comment by Merri Christi Pemberton on April 16, 2012 at 12:35pm

Hi Brandon. I have another question, how long will the film be available to see at the venues and cinema houses? If the public can't make it to the April 22nd free screening, are they able to attend the venues/cinema after that date to see the film? I am forwarding One Day On Earth's press releases/press materials to local and national media, but would love to include information about how long the film will be available to see at the venues and the cost of tickets. I am so excited to be a filmmaker in this unprecedented global film!

Comment by Iselin Rolvsjord Fergestad on April 16, 2012 at 10:43am

Hi looks good, how will you send the film? what kind of file, and size? thanks. (I am hosting).

Comment by Brandon Litman on April 13, 2012 at 9:27pm

Sure. You can find that info here:



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