Earth Day, April 22nd, 2012 was a celebration in Nesher, at least for Natan Karczmar. Natan, our elder spectator, came all the way from Tel Aviv to attend the exclusive global screening of One Day on Earth in Israel. He knows 'something' on "collective video" what he calls this genre in an interview I've made with him immediately after the screening. Natan was the founder of Collective Video - collaboration of video photographers and fans to shoot their neighborhood and life, not only within a certain day but within a certain hour, an initiative he established some 28 years ago in Tel Aviv. A year later he migrated his idea to Europe and since then he kept the project running for years in more and more countries. Natan expressed his total excitement from our film and adds his appreciation to the creators of this project. He promised to take part in the coming event on 12.12.12.
Thanks Natan for your warm words.
Those of you who are interested in Nathan's "video collectives" work can watch it in the links he passed me:
(with the collaboration of the International Festival Videoformes in Clermont-Ferrand)
One Day on Earth in Israel - Facebook page:
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