GOOD Magazine says it best:
October 10, 2010, people in every country on the planet pointed a camera at the issues in their lives that mattered most. The result? Over 3,000 hours worth of footage from thousands of participants, featuring everything from the world’s largest military parade in North Korea to a birth in Kuwait. The project, called One Day on Earth, lives online as a social network for the filmmakers and as a public video archive. The footage is in the process of being edited into a feature film that aims to showcase “the amazing diversity, conflict, tragedy, and triumph that occur in one day.”
You can support the production of this project on Kickstarter. Though they’ve reached their goal already, if you pledge $25 bucks, you’ll get the finished DVD. We think it’s worth that alone.
One of the coolest things about the project, is the video archive-map. SO COOL. You can click the green dots, and zoom into the map to see the exact video that was shot in that exact location.