One Day On Earth Releases Amazing Music Video Cut From Footage From Around The Globe

Back in November of 2010, on 10.10.10, filmmakers from all over the world shot footage for a documentary project called One Day On Earth. The footage has been cut into a documentary film, which will screen in every country in the world on April 22, 2012. In anticipation, One Day On Earth has released an amazing music video that was created entirely from the footage submitted on 10.10.10.

Back in November of 2010, on 10.10.10, filmmakers from all over the world shot footage for a documentary project called One Day On Earth.  The footage has been cut into a documentary film, which will screen in every country in the world on April 22, 2012.  In anticipation, One Day On Earth has released an amazing music video that was created entirely from the footage submitted on 10.10.10.

The track was created by Cut Chemist using nothing but the audio from the footage shot back in November 2010.  One Day On Earth founder and director Kyle Ruddick told me via email, “The process of combining music from across the world on 10.10.10 is an exciting technique we use across the film.  Hopefully this will give you a taste.”

It really is amazing to hear music created by complete strangers around the world, from the United States to Mongolia, Indonesia, India, Spain, South Korea, North Korea, Afghanistan, China, Taiwan, and beyond.  Check it out below and let us know what you think!

To find out more about One Day On Earth, such as where you can see a screening of the film, check out OneDayOnEarth.org.

Megan O’Neill is the resident web video enthusiast here at Social Times.  Megan covers everything from the latest viral videos to online video news and tips, and has a passion for bizarre, original and revolutionary content and ideas.