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Introducing: Pangea Day

If you’re a budding videographer (or want to be), here’s your chance to be a part of something really exciting.

Pangea Day Logo
Pangea Day is something that was born out Jehane Noujaim’s TED Prize wish to unite the world in a day of film. This film is created by people around the world and will be showcased to a worldwide audience of millions in a number of countries. Watch the video to see what this is all about:

On May 10, 2008 – Pangea Day – Jehane’s wish will come to fruition as sites in New York City, Rio, London, Dharamsala, Cairo, Jerusalem, and Kigali will be video-conferenced live to produce a 4-hour program of powerful films – supplemented by visionary speakers, and global musicians. The purpose: to use the power of film to promote better understanding of our common humanity. A global audience will watch through the Internet, television, digital cinemas, and mobile phones.

Submit a video from your life in Africa and become a part of something big!

View Jehane Noujaim’s TED Prize Talk


  1. the cool thing about this project is that if you’re not a budding videographer, you can still play an important role by hosting a viewing in your home. can’t wait.

  2. Auspicio F.M.Rodrigues

    September 29, 2007 at 11:57 am

    This comes with malice to none and goodwill to all !
    This project is not just a cool one,It does not just “sound interesting”, it’s not just “a good idea”, it’s not just a “Nice Site” !
    Pangea Day is a great revolutionary thought.
    Pangea Day is unique, we can all make it happen, let’s all spread the awareness which will generate the enthusiasm,and increase the participation,in an opportunity, to tell the war mongers’ and the selfish among humanity, that the world is not the end,it is the Means!
    Peace in the world will help all achieve a higher state of well being, to those who believe and even those who don’t.
    I dream of all of us holding hands together for Peace !!!! 🙂

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