The 1 Second Film

The 1 Second Film is an American non-profit collaborative art project being created by thousands of people around the world, including many celebrities.

The film is built around one second of animation (made of 12 large collaborative paintings), and is followed by 1 hour of credits, listing everyone who participates. A feature-length 'making of' documentary will play alongside the credits.

The project allows people around the world to participate online, and lists everyone who joins the crew a "Special Thanks" in the film credits. The production relies on crowd funding to raise the budget; everyone who donates or raises $1 (US) or more gets their name listed as a Producer in the movie's credits. The production also gives a Publicist credit to crew members who refer at least one friend. The film currently has over 30,500 crew members from 116 countries.

The 1 Second Film is the flagship production of The Collaboration Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization formed to create global collaborative art projects that address various social issues. Once finished, any profits raised by The 1 Second Film will be donated to the Global Fund for Women, an independent charity. The online community being formed by The 1 Second Film project will be able to participate in future Collaboration Foundation projects.

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