ONE DAY ON EARTH Trilogy 12-12-12
“Time Capsule” capturing feelings of people, one day on earth
Theme - “What Do You Have? What Do You Need”?
The world's largest annual media collaboration event, which brings together filmmakers, over 100 nonprofits, and the United Nations, is confirmed for December 12, 2012 (12/12/12). One Day on Earth, a grassroots online community of filmmakers, aid workers, educators collected 7000 hours of film footage in over 90 languages captured by over 30,000 members detailing both the joys and struggles of everyday life of people and has held worldwide filming events on both 10/10/10 and 11/11/11, making this December 12th the end of a trilogy of films. Over 160 countries premiered these films. Diving deeper into specific thematic suggestions this year, the event organizers have asked two simple questions: What do you have? What do you need? and express their feelings, emotions etc., on 12-12-12.
About One Day on Earth
One Day on Earth began in September 2008 as a new media project to create a unique video time capsule, a global online community and a feature-length film—all from participant footage captured during the 24-hour period of October 10, 2010 (10.10.10). The project has since grown into an annual media event. One Day on Earth works closely with Vimeo, the popular video platform, dozens of non-profits and NGOs to document important social issues.
About Save Our Earth Club, Hunsur
Save Our Earth Club, Hunsur is a non-profit environmental organization run by young volunteers of Hunsur, a town in the eastern plains of the UNESCO recognized World Heritage Western Ghats of Karnataka, India. SOEC has conducted hundreds of environmental awareness programs in schools/colleges and public places in Hunsur and Mysore for protecting, preserving and conserving earth’s precious natural resources and for living in a clean and green environment.
Event at Hunsur on 12-12-12
In response to the call of onedayonearth.org on this unique date 12-12-12 a unique event for creating awareness for protecting the only river of Hunsur, Lakshmana Theertha and preserving and conserving the water body has been organised at 6.30 PM on 12-12-12 Wednesday, at the Old Bridge along the river. Details of the events are attached. The event will be filmed and uploaded to onedayonearth.org for creating a global film of what people did on earth on 12-12-12 and for a world premier at a later date.
VIEW THE TRAILER for 12/12/12 here:
Hunsur event at: onedayonearth.org/profile/SaveourearthclubHunsur
Video captured on 12-12-12 at Hunsur uploaded url - vimeo.com/55465292