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Its a great concept with profits going to a worthy cause.
IMDb should put these credits in. It's as valid as most of my credits.
Art is boundless, People are boundless; and film is the all encompassing, all inclusive medium of our time. I believe in film, Let's work together to create something!
From regular people to million-dollar stars, this is a wonderful idea being adopted by thousands! I always thought it would be awesome to be credited in a film, and also it is great to donate for good causes.
I'm financing it because I'd love to see my name on the big screen.
This is something that connects all people; race, religion, country doesn't matter, you are a part of something really big! And this is why I support it!
Although I've never "technically" produced a "film" before, I've produced many shorts and have produced all of my hosting segments. I'm supporting The 1 Second Film Project bc I truly believe we're all "artists" in our own rights. We have visions. We can all share and create a global unified world. We're all in this together!
The one second film is a great piece of modern art, the type that goes un-apreciated in the general public, the idea of bringing people together from all over the world with all backgrounds to take part in this art and donate to charity is brilliant and should be embraced! i would donate more if i could, but i'm a film student and students have no money!
What a brilliant idea you guys have had. Why spend hundreds of millions of dollars on a film that will last over 7,000 seconds when you can do basically the same thing with just 24 frames of film. Brilliant! I wish I had thought of it…
I chose to finance the 1 second film cause i think it's an interesting experiment and a very worthwhile cause.
It is a WONDERFUL concept and a great way to be involved in a project that will support many great causes.
I'm financing the film because I love the idea behind it, I like that it's for an extremely good cause, and because I appreciate just how important it is to have good people funding you when you're trying to make a film. Glad I could help, even if it is only in a really small way. Every little bit counts though.
I think it is one of the greatest ideas I have ever heard of. The concept of a 1 second film is incredible, and when thought about, is hard to comprehend. Also the biggest reason for donating the money is because of the charity involved, I hope that you guys raise a lot of money for them.
Because it's a start. I like to help people out.
First off -- congrats on your success thus far, this is truly an amazing accomplishment for everyone involved. It is inspiring to see a creative and meaningful project of this scope come to fruition. And I dig the idea of collaborative art and uniting people around the world for an important cause-- brilliant. I understand you may still need help and 'stuff' and would love to help out in any way, even if it is simply spreading the good word. I would take it to the streets, grass roots style. If there is anything I could do to help on this project or on Sequels please contact me. I believe this project is exactly what the world needs -- people uniting together for a meaningful cause, like Women's Human Rights, and making art. An ongoing project that will hopefully continue to unite and support people; what a positive message and a great story to tell. I'm certain The 1 Second Film will be a huge hit (well it already is) and it will continue to inspire and motivate artists and people -- it has definitely done this personally. You are doing a great thing. Keep it honest and real -- best of luck.
I've just discovered your project, and I think it's an amazing, truly original idea. I'm a poor, broke college student, and I'm sending you my last dollar, and I couldn't be happier about it. Just one thing, make sure you don't screw up my name. I may be doing this for a good cause, but I'm also an attention whore who wants to see her name on the big screen and brag to her friends about helping to finance a movie. Thanks so much!
I've been involved in this biz we call show for 20 years now but have never seen anything so novel, we had to be a part of this.
I heard about The 1 Second Film miraculously actually. I have a few friends in the film business down in the cold North of Ottawa and it appeared on their web pages as a link. After reading about The 1 Second Film project how in the world could I resist the temptation of being a part of such an ingenious idea?! I have to admit, I have never financed a film before. In theatre, however, I have lent many a dollar bill to help run a show…they don’t use the term starving artist for no reason. But I am glad to say that this film project is the first I am proud to hand over my check to. Not only is it creative and refreshing but it certainly is a worthy cause; artists know best how hard it is to get off your feet and really be able to support (financially) the projects you believe are necessary to share with the world. This project I believe is a history making moment. The faith of the team and those who want to be apart of it is truly inspirational to other artists around the world. Again, thank you soooooo very much for making this opportunity possible. I wish you all the best in this and future endeavours. If you need any help from us Canadians feel free to ask.
Because I understood the power of the idea instantly. The 1 Second Film is all about the collective power of many to achieve something much greater than one person can achieve alone. It is a shining example of micro-collaboration.
Because I like the idea of one-second changing the world; I pray for peace everyday. I hope people will respect one another and help others who are less fortunate. We are all one.
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