I recently had the honor of being invited to The United Nations to witness a screening of
ONE DAY ON EARTH
“One Day on Earth” began in September 2008 as a new media project to create a unique video time capsule, global online community and feature-length film-all from participant footage captured during the 24-hour period of October 10, 2010 (10.10.10). The project is a shared public archive hosted by Vimeo, and its social network is powered by Ning. “One Day on Earth” also works closely with dozens of non-profits and NGOs to document important social issues, holding annual global collaborations.
I gotta say, watching this incredible film in the UN was amazing. Regardless of what political views you may have about the UN, the building itself is a landmark in history. Nothing has changed inside the building since it was built. There’s this really interesting “Mad Men” feeling to the whole place. I had a great time. (Big thanks to Charlie from
for the invitation.)
Cut Chemist on the 1s and 2s! He contributed to the soundtrack of the film as well.
The ear pieces diplomats and ambassadors use for real time translations in their native tongue.
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