Join us for the Topanga Film Festival’s Opening Night Gala at the historic Theatricum Botanicum! Your ticket price includes wine and refreshments, and a feature film made in every country of the world. The reception kicks off at 7:00 PM and the film presentation begins at 8:30 PM.
One Day on Earth is the result of an effort to use the Internet to amass footage from across the globe and turn it into a free online archive and feature-length film while building and maintaining “a global online community.”
This epic ‘time capsule’ was created from footage collected by amateur videographers around the world on Oct. 10, 2010 by Kyle Ruddick and Brandon Litman, two graduates of the University of Southern California. Kyle Ruddick, a Topanga resident for many years has said he came up with the idea of documenting every corner of the world on a single day after attending a world music festival and watching various sonic styles mingle.
Topangan Kyle Ruddick who founded the project and helmed the monumental task of working over 3,000 hours of collected video, assembling it into a cohesive, poetic and profound work of art is thrilled to be able to share the film with our community, and what better place then the Theatricum. Many Topangans have participated in the film and will be on hand to celebrate.
Filmmaker Kyle Ruddick will be on hand to introduce the film and discuss this amazing journey.
DIRECTIONS AND PARKING
From the 101: Take the Topanga Cyn Blvd exit S. Continue South on Topanga Cyn Blvd for approximately 5.5 miles. Theatricum Botanicum will be on your right.
From the 10: Take the 10 West to Pacific Coast Hwy, and continue north approximately 6 miles to turn Right on Topanga Cyn Blvd. Continue North on Topanga Cyn Blvd for approximately 6 miles. Theatricum Botanicum will be on your left.
Parking: Parking for our performances is free along Topanga Cyn Blvd. Keep tires inside white line. Limited Parking in the Theatricum lot is available for $20. Handicap Parking available.
When & Where
Topanga Film Festival
Topanga Film Institute exists to inspire, inform and interconnect a community of filmmakers and content creators, to foster global connections, to facilitate dialogue and to explore new frontiers of technology. Storytelling to advance humanity.
A stone’s throw from Hollywood yet worlds removed, Topanga Canyon is historically, geographically and philosophically perfectly situated to gather today’s most forward-thinking individuals in mainstream and alternative media, to share human and intellec tual resources through frequent salons, panels, seminars, screenings, mentorship programs, networking opportunities.
The TFI holds the annual Topanga Film Festival every July. A multi-day event providing a platform allowing filmmakers and storytellers to share work that advances TFI’s mission, celebrates artistic expression, facilitates dialogue, explores innovation and inspires action.