1 Second Film = 1 Producer Credit
The 1 Second Film is more than just a scam to get your name listed in the IMdB, it's a neat idea and the proceeds go to charity: what more could you ask for? The film (which is actually one second long) consists of 12 frames painted on giant 5 by 9 foot canvases by hundreds of people back on March 8th, 2001. Each canvas will be shot twice to make 24 frames, or 1 second of film. OK, that's all fine and dandy but what do you care? Well the organizers of the 1 Second Film are giving you a chance to buy a producer credit on the film which means that for a minimum donation of $1US (goes to the Global Fund for Women) your name will appear in the credit roll (which they estimate will last an hour and a half) alongside such names as Samuel L. Jackson, Christina Ricci and Steve Buscemi and you'll get your very own listing on the IMdB! Pretty neat-o. I donated $1 (yeah well so did Pauly Shore).