Take a selfie. Send it to us. We’ll take all of the selfies and make a really cool movie.
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OK, everyone knows how to take a selfie. You can take a selfie of yourself (obviously) or add a friend, or a lot of friends. Just have fun!
Gather some friends, order some pizza, and get ready to try and find your selfie in the movie. You might want to order a few pizzas, there’s a lot of selfies.
Your Name Listed in the Credits
Yes, for as little as $25, we will include your name in the opening or closing credits, or during the movie. Also, you’ll be one of the first to see the movie. A special pre-release viewing only available for those who have their name in the credits. Cool.
Everyone who contributes at least $1,000 and less than $5,000 will have their name included in the opening credits. Names will be listed in order by the amount paid.
Everyone who contributes at least $5,000 will have their name included during the play of the movie. Names will be listed in order by the amount paid.
Everyone who contributes at least $25 and less than $1,000 will have their name included in the closing credits. Names will be listed in order by the amount paid.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
One Million Selfies: The Movie is an effort to collect a lot of selfies (at least 1,000,000) from around the world and then use the selfies to create a movie about selfies.
There is no cost. It’s FREE. Note: Some people are choosing to send us their selfie and/or release forms on a USB stick. If you do this, then some costs are involved. Also, we cannot return the USB stick.
Yes. You will need to print a release form for each person in the selfie and then have each person sign their release form, then rename and send the form(s) to us at the same time you send your selfie picture. Click here for more information.
At the moment, there isn’t a deadline date. We’ll keep accepting selfies until we get at least one million of them.
We want you to be you, be creative, or not. With that said, we do reserve the right to show your selfie in the movie, or not. We’re not going to make a long list of what is and what isn’t allowed. A list would create boundaries and guidelines, and then we would have to deal with the grey areas that the list didn’t cover, and we don’t want to go down that road.
Yes, however, if you are under the age of majority in your state, then you will need permission from a parent or legal guardian and have them sign a release. The age of majority in most states is 18, but in your state, province, or country the age of majority might be different.
We are hoping to release it at some film festivals early on, then a major release after that. We’re thinking YouTube would be a great place to release it (hey YouTube, you listening?)
It’s very likely, but not a 100% guarantee.
Yes, each person in the selfie must sign a release that says it’s OK to use their likeness in the movie, and there are no copyright issues. Click here for more information.
One selfie per email address. If you send a selfie, and later send another selfie with the same email address, the most recent selfie will be used. Each selfie must have a separate release form.
Only those who have paid for credit recognition will have their names listed in the credits. If you’re interested in having your name in the opening or closing credits, the fees range from $25 to $5000+. Additional information is provided on this page.
We -hope- to have the movie ready for release during the summer of 2020, but right now it’s too early to lock in a date.
We are happy to discuss branding opportunities. Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org