GEOVISION created and produced numerous live action short films for SESAME STREET over five seasons. The subjects ranged from “How does the toothpaste get into the tube?” to how bread is made, and were produced in Argentina, China, Sierra Leone and the US. Two of our pieces were in a program that won a National Daytime EMMY.
A song celebration of family photography centered around a girl’s birthday party.
Say Cheese from GEOVISION on Vimeo.
COUNT ME IN
A song about how people come in all colors, sizes and abilities, and how we all count.
Count Me In from GEOVISION on Vimeo.
MAKING THE BREAD
From planting the wheat seeds to eating the final product they’ve made, a group of kids explores the process of making bread.
Making the Bread from GEOVISION on Vimeo.
PUSH THE PIANO
A visual poem dedicated to the word “push”.
Push the Piano from GEOVISION on Vimeo.
How does the toothpaste get into the tube? This song answers the question by visiting a toothpaste factory and following the production process.
Toothpaste Factory from GEOVISION on Vimeo.
We visit a school in Beijing where children learn how to be acrobats, following ancient traditions.
Chinese Acrobats from GEOVISION on Vimeo.
The school day of a young girl in Sierra Leone.
African School from GEOVISION on Vimeo.
Children (and adults) all over the world are fascinated by kites. A kite festival shows a wonderful variety of them.
Kites from GEOVISION on Vimeo.
In Buenos Aires, Argentina, a girl goes to visit her grandfather’s chocolate factory, and gets to dip her finger in a huge pot of chocolate.
Chocolate Factory from GEOVISION on Vimeo.