Why are you supporting The 1 Second Film? read more testmionials

  • It's fun, it's making a movie, and in the end, it's all for someone else. It feel's great.

  • I chose to finance the 1 second film cause i think it's an interesting experiment and a very worthwhile cause.

  • I love movies, but do not work in the industry and am probably not likely to; this gives me a small feeling of inclusion whilst feeling good about the charitable reasons. (If it wasn't charity related I wouldn't have donated).

  • You all, we all, have created an unbelieveably amazing project.

  • I like the non-pretentious nature and the open source environment in which anybody can truly become a part of this film. And it's for a great cause.

  • An impulsive urge to enter show business.

  • 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!

  • 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 am making a donation because I think this is an absolutely ingenious project! What a great idea. I am proud to be a part of it!

  • I donated because I think this is a unique project, deserving of all the support it is getting and will get. One of the reasons I love film so much is the collaborative nature of the medium, and its ability to reach so many people, and this project shows that in action. When watching films I'm always the one who stays to watch the credits, and apart from checking out who and what was involved in the making of, I love to imagine all the great times the crew had making the picture I just watched. I hope to be part of teams like that in the future, and it's great to be a small part of this project! Hope you are all enjoying the ride as much as all us hangers on! Thanks for the chance, and good luck!

  • It takes loads of work to complete a film. I love how simple the project is making the film yet the crew list and documentary is the longest part. So many hours, sweats and guts for just a couple of moments on a screen.

  • I see the goodness of humanity in this project AND in the people behind it.

  • Fame and Fortune... and a good cause :)

  • I saw the info on the various sequels in the works and they're all sounding terrific. I think that anyone with an eye (and an appreciation) for the extra-ordinary and the unique will be interested in what you are trying to accomplish. It is so creative, so innovative, that it will be over many people's heads, but those who you would really want to support your efforts will do so. I can't tell you how many friends I run into that have also taken part. I see a lot of their names on the list: Tony Bui, Jesse Bradford, Zack Schiller, Evie Ponce, Adam Colvin, BJ Novak...the list goes on. Anyway, congrats on all the support you've raised!

  • I like to encourage this type of artistic endeavor. I feel like it's really important for people to support independent filmmaking.

  • I think that this is a unique experience to take part in. I also like the ideology behind what it represents, the perfect moment!

  • 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.

  • It's fun and for a good cause...and the idea is sheer genius.

  • 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!

  • Sounds like a cool idea, and when there's credits given out, it's hard to say no.