ONE DAY ON EARTH
October 17, 2012, 7:00 P.M.
The Ray Stark Family Theatre, SCA 108, George Lucas Building, USC School of Cinematic Arts, 900 W. 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007
The SCA Alumni Screening Series, The Shoah Foundation Institute Student Association (SFISA) and One Day on Earth, LLC invite you and a guest to a special screening of
One Day on Earth
About One Day on Earth
One Day on Earth is the first film made in every country of the world on the same day and the largest collaboration of media creation in the world’s history. We see both the challenges and hopes of humanity from a diverse group of volunteer filmmakers assembled by a participatory media experiment. The film shows a world that is greatly interconnected, enormous, perilous, and wonderful.
Provided courtesy of One Day on Earth, LLC. Not rated. Running time: 104 minutes.
To learn more about the film and to view the trailer, click here
Visit the Official Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/onedayonearth
My hope with One Day on Earth has always been to inspire people across the world to create and share whatever they choose. I always thought of this as the world’s new media time capsule. In making this film we were charged with the awesome responsibility to combine many different stories to tell the world’s story, an effort that took an incredible amount of listening and discovery in the creative process.
What was the world trying to tell us? We took the full exhaustive review of all 3000 hours of footage very seriously. Through the organization of footage we found certain themes develop. We roughly used the cycle of life to organize these themes. As the process went on, we added statistics to introduce each theme and reinforce the enormity of the current state of life on our planet. After watching this movie, I hope the audience walks away feeling a deeper understanding of interconnectivity of the world we live in and that we all have an amazing opportunity every day we are alive. Being at the center of so much inspired creation has helped me feel the incredible gratitude I have for every day on earth. The world is a challenged place, but I do believe humanity has the opportunity to sustain and I hope this project and film inform us of the shared path we are traveling.
-- Kyle Ruddick
About the Guest
KYLE RUDDICK, Writer/Director/SCA Alumnus
About the SCA Alumni Screening Series
The School of Cinematic Arts invites you to an exciting free screening series featuring a dynamic selection of new feature films by SCA alumni and faculty throughout the Spring 2012 semester. All screenings and events will be free of charge and open to the public, although we do ask for an electronic reservation for each screening, which can be made through the website for each individual screening. Many screenings will be overbooked to ensure that capacity is met in the theater. Some screenings will be run from digital sources.
To view the calendar for the SCA Alumni Screening Series, click here.
About the Shoah Foundation Institute Student Association (SFISA)
The Shoah Foundation Institute Student Association (SFISA) is a student-led creative initiative whose mission is to raise awareness of prejudice and bigotry. We work closely in conjunction with the themes and missions of the USC Shoah Foundation - founded by Steven Spielberg in 1994 - the on-campus archive that houses more than 52,000 Holocaust survivors' testimonies. SFISA strives to endorse acceptance of a diverse range of cultures by encouraging students to interact with the archive and by creating events that foster the discussion of tolerance of ethno-cultural differences and the global ethical responsibility of genocide prevention.
Check-In & Reservations
This screening is free of charge and open to the public. Please bring a valid ID or print out of your reservation confirmation, which will automatically be sent to your e-mail account upon successfully making an RSVP through this website. Doors will open at 6:30 P.M.
All SCA screenings are OVERBOOKED to ensure seating capacity in the theater, therefore seating is not guaranteed based on RSVPs. The RSVP list will be checked in on a first-come, first-served basis until the theater is full. Once the theater has reached capacity, we will no longer be able to admit guests, regardless of RSVP status.
The USC School of Cinematic Arts is located at 900 W. 34th St., Los Angeles, CA 90007. Parking passes may be purchased for $10.00 at USC Entrance Gate #5, located at the intersection of W. Jefferson Blvd. & McClintock Avenue. We recommend parking in outdoor Lot M or V, or Parking Structure D, at the far end of 34th Street. Please note that Parking Structure D cannot accommodate tall vehicles such as SUVs. Metered street parking is also available along Jefferson Blvd.
Name: Alessandro Ago