Pangea Day May 10

David Pogue describes Pangea Day:

a one-day, global, cross-cultural film festival — a marathon of movies, amateur and professional, whose common thread was fostering understanding of ‘the Other’… as the organization puts it: “Pangea Day endeavors to bring the world together and promote understanding and tolerance through film.” Over 2,500 movies were submitted from 102 countries; the Pangea committee winnowed them down to 24 short movies, which will all be shown on May 10 in a four-hour marathon.

Shown online (among other ways) beginning at 11 am PDT May 10.

Using technology to generate a simultaneous, world-wide event that’s NOT on the major broadcast networks — but may have wide appeal.

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2 responses to “Pangea Day May 10

  1. You saw that it is showing at Memorial Auditorium at Stanford, but not at Cal?

  2. I didn’t see that! Thanks.

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