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Your Day. Your City. Your Future.

In just one day, hundreds of short docs will be made about Los Angeles.

This Saturday, thousands of people in 11 U.S. cities will take part in One Day on Earth's "Your Day. Your City. Your Future."

Most people in the U.S. now live in cities. As places like LA get more and more packed with people, what will the future of the American city look like?

"Your Day. Your City. Your Future." asks filmmakers to tell a video story about their city through the eyes of a citizen.

One Day on Earth is known most for their experimentations in crowd-sourced documentary video, with their first being filmed during a 24-hour period on October 10, 2010:

Their third and latest film is in post production right now, after receiving more than 4,000 hours of video footage – now that's a lot of rendering.

Saturday's "Your Day. Your City. Your Future." is trying something new. The project will culminate with a geo-tagged map of short docs for everyone to check out. 

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