From the forum comes an interesting project: One Day in SF on April 26th.
How do you inspire thousands of people in the SF to document the issues and culture that will define our city for the next 20 years? The answer comes in the form of a citywide film collaboration called Your Day. Your City. Your Future. — a 24-hour filming event that invites locals, including amateur and pro filmmakers, and everyday inspired people, to document what’s happening in their communities on April 26, 2014.
The project comes from the founders of One Day on Earth — the award-winning team behind the first documentary to film in every country in the world during the same 24-hour period of October 10, 2010 (10/10/10). Now they're taking their global movement to the local level. San Francisco is among 11 American cities that will be featured and have the opportunity to represent the country.
The project will result in a TV series on the future of American cities that will air on public television. This is the art of hyper-local storytelling at its very finest. To learn more and to sign up to participate, visit OneDayinSF.org