Pangea Day: A Global Film Event on May 10

logoPangea.gif“Movies alone can’t change the world. But the people who watch them can.”
This Saturday, May 10, we have the opportunity to witness the vision created by social entrepreneur, Jehane Noujaim, to “harness the power of film to enhance empathy, compassion, and peace.” The program consists of four hours of winning short films, live music, and speakers from six parts of the globe simultaneously.
“It will be a chance for people around the globe to see the world through someone else’s eyes. We’re calling it the world’s first global campfire: A day when we share stories made by the world for the world,” says the Pangeaday.org website.
Viewers can watch the event via the Internet, Current TV satellite channel, or by attending/hosting a local screening. See Pangeaday.org for more details.

Shannon Arvizu, Ph.D., is a clean tech educator and cutting-edge consultant for the auto industry. You can follow her test drives in the cars of the future at www.misselectric.com.