Well, for those who haven't, see below
One Day on Earth - Original Trailer from One Day On Earth on Vimeo.
As the date gets a little closer, the creators of the One Day on Earth project have been able to reveal some of the ambitious steps they have been taking behind the scenes to get the most extensive coverage so this project truly has a global perspective. They have reached out and met with the United Nations to ship out cameras to aid workers and volunteers from around the world to film what they are seeing, what they are immersed in, the joys, the strife, all of it. They have united over 5,000 participants so far to take part in this massive undertaking, to find out who we are. Goosebumps again, just thinking about the end result.Ryan, from Pacing the Panic Room, has been lucky enough to stay in contact with creators of this film project along the way, and this past weekend they asked for a little help to ensure that they get one important event that is vital to them in telling the story of the human condition.
A child being born. The birth story... read here for more information or to get involved.
AND, if you are in the Houston area, I have signed up as a videographer and would be honored to attend your birth, if you happened to birth on 10.10.10, and film it for this collaboration.