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

  • After I watched Pauly Shore Is Dead, I checked IMDb to see if Pauly Shore had done anything else lately. The 1 Second Film was listed in his producing credits. This project is awesome, and I am grateful for the opportunity to have my name on it!

  • Generally, I've been accommodating towards film ideas that get the general public involved. We're all students to the art of movie making, and I definitely support every independent filmmaker that's trying to get their work out there for the people to see... whether it be a bum on the streets handing out demo tapes, or a multi-million dollar film company producing something huge. And also, just to know that any profits will help the Global Fund for Women is enough to convince me that supporting this film would be for the right reasons. At the end of the day, all of us can say that we were a part of a great cause.

  • I wanted to be part of something bigger.

  • 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!

  • I heard about the movie via IMDB by just clicking around as I normally do; sometimes I find awesome things such as this movie and concept. This is probably one of the coolest idea's ever created, dead serious.

  • I think the 1 Second Film is brilliant, and shows a lot of chutzpah, and will revolutionize all films under 3 seconds.

  • I'm financing THE 1 SECOND FILM to be able to say I worked with Stephen Chiodo, co-writer/director of KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE.

  • I want to produce films. I figured $10 is a good start to that.

  • Because I think the purpose is great, and an innovative way of getting word to the public.

  • I love the simplicity behind the project!

  • I want to be part of something big and small at the same time.

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

  • I'm financing it because I'd love to see my name on the big screen.

  • Seems like a really great project. Since it is for charity it seemed like a nice way to donate and it's cool that you get a credit in return.

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

  • I'm a lover of all things original and creative. This project exudes inventive energy and allows anybody to be involved in it. It brings to mind an art project where everyone who sees it can paint a line on the canvas. It brings us all together. Also, I'm a film lover.

  • Art can be very personal and art can also be very collaborative. This is a great, inspirational way to a get a simple message of love and compassion to the world.

  • I think it's a very original idea and a very interesting project.

  • 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 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!