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One Day On Earth - Global Premiere, Blue Mountains screening
Sunday, 22 April 2012 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)
Blackheath, New South Wales
One Day on Earth Collaborative Film Project
One Day on Earth is a grassroots film project that, once a year, captures the human experience in every country on earth on the same day. The first feature-length documentary film premiers on Earth Day, April 22, 2012 and will be screened in over 160 countries around the world. The documentary showcases the work of over 19,000 volunteer filmmakers – novice and professional –and sets a world record: the first movie to feature footage from every country in the world on the same day.
The One Day on Earth website is a first of its kind social network where documentary filmmaking meets grassroots social action. One Day on Earth’s shared and searchable archive includes over 6,000 hours of footage featuring important global issues – from extreme poverty to climate change to gender equality – and then brings people together to take action. Over 60 international nonprofit partners collaborated to create the online movement, including the United Nations, Ford Foundation and World Wildlife Fund.
Local Screening Info:
NPWS Blue Mountains Heritage Centre
North East end of Govetts Leap Road
Blackheath, New South Wales 2785
2 Screenings Times, 11:30am and 2:15pm (plesae order tickets for one or the other)
Earth Day, Sunday 22 April 2012
This is an Earth Day Event http://act.earthday.org
This is a free event but donations can be made on the day to cover costs.
Refershments will be available between the 2 screenings (1:20 - 2:15)
Seating is limited (capacity 70 seats). Please RSVP and book at http://odoe.eventbrite.com.au
When & Where
One Day on Earth
Organisation: One Day on Earth
Local Blue Mountains Participant and organiser:
David Brazil (firstname.lastname@example.org)