United Nations, One Day on Earth.
Everything you are about to see was filmed on the same day [10/10/10] in every country in the world.
Street performers in Lima, Peru, mime, dance and do acrobatics at street intersections.
Film by: Capi Baigorria. SemÃ¡foros.
En los semÃ¡foros de Lima, jÃ³venes locales y mochileros de otros paÃses entretienen a los choferes y pasajeros por unas monedas. Algunos buscan lo necesario para sobrevivir ese dÃa, otros lo necesario para seguir viajando.
The traffic lights of Lima, local youth and backpackers from other countries entertain drivers and passengers for a few coins. Some seek the necessities to survive that day, others need to continue traveling.
This short film follows the competitors of the Melbourne Marathon in October 2010, but in the course it features some of the best views of the beautiful city of Melbourne. Easily the best city in the world. Says Me.
Film by: George Vernon. Melbourne 10.10.10.
Melbourne city on the morning of 10.10.10. On the morning of 10.10.10. I traveled into the city of Melbourne to capture the city waking up. I was not aware that the Melbourne Marathon was being staged on this day. Access to the city was limited. I shot what I saw as I negotiated the barricades and 30,000 runners.
A busker performing on the streets of Fremantle, Perth, Australia. Just gorgeous!
Film by: Mili Wijeratne. Busker in Freo.
Via: One Day on Earth 10/10/10.
The UN is still accepting submissions for the 11/11/11 project until 11th of Jan 2012.