Hey all you Vimeans!
It's our pleasure to announce another great achievement for a project that is bringing people closer through the power of video. The One Day on Earth (ODOE) community has been producing collaborative film events on a global scale since 2008, and the group's biggest endeavor has been to use video to capture all that happens around the world in a single day. The most recent global recording took place last November (11/11/11) and was a massive success, collecting video from every country on Earth!
Now a feature-length documentary film encapsulating ODOE is finally complete. It will premiere on April 22, 2012, a.k.a. Earth Day.
The film will premiere on the same day all across the globe — people can attend free screenings in more than 160 countries, including difficult-to-secure locations like North Korea and Equatorial Guinea, to name just a few. For information on where to see the film near you, or to host your own screening, check out the One Day on Earth site.
To our fellow New Yorkers — your Earth Day screening will be held at the UN General Assembly at 5pm. You can get tickets and more info here. We’re attending, and we hope to see you there!