One Day on Earth is happy to share with the community the work of Michael Struwig, who documented his participation in a 350.org work party in Cape Town, South Africa on 10.10.10.
Who are you and what is your profession? I'm Michael Struwig, and I'm currently a Matric high school student (Senior Year in the US). Unofficially you could, however, call me a casual independent film… Continue
For the first profile spotlight since 10/10/10, we're happy to present filmmaker Seb Farges, who made this moving piece with his daughter Nina. Seb was kind enough to share with us some back story on the film... (see below)
Check out Carter and Oliva Ries, the 8 and 9-year-old founders of One More Generation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of endangered species. Find out more at: http://onemoregeneration.org/
Who are you and what is your profession? We are Carter (age 9.5) and Olivia (age 8) from Fayetteville… Continue
Presenting Jonathan Sterkenburg, a psychology student and filmmaker who will be chronicling the 10th birthday of a young man living with a rare syndrome on 10.10.10. You can see more of Jonathan's work at:MUZIEKTELEVISIE.NL
iEarn classrooms in Azerbaijan, Uganda, and Taiwan.
Who are you and what is your profession? My name is Chris Baer and I am a public high school teacher. I've been teaching photography, design, and technology at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School in Oak Bluffs, MA, USA since 1995.
We received this video submission from James Travis III, our resident One Day on Earth participant in the Capital of Antarctica, The South Pole. This video was shot just days ago outside of the Amundsen-Scott Station.
This week we are spotlighting professional filmmaker nationally renowned educator Joe Fatheree. Joe has been extremely supportive of One Day on Earth and our educational efforts, and we look forward to seeing what he and his class create on 10.10.10.…