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This Saturday, in 11 different cities across the U.S., including L.A., amateur and pro filmmakers are taking part in a 24-hour film collaboration.
It's part of a storytelling project called "Your Day. Your City. Your Future." The idea is to paint a portrait of life in an American city by documenting the stories that happen on one day.
Kyle Ruddick is the founder and director of the project and he joins us now to tell us more about it.
Want to participate? Visit the One Day In LA website to sign up.
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