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Five continents, one year, 365 strangers

One Australian couple’s ‘pursuit of humanity’.

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DUBLIN AND GALWAY are among the filming locations featured in an ambitious international video project.

’360 docobites’ is the brainchild of Australian couple Epiphany Morgan and Carl Mason.

They’ve spent the last six months travelling the world, interviewing one stranger each day. They plan to do the same thing for the next six months – covering five continents.

Morgan said the goal of the project is to create “a space online where stories from around the world are shared, borders are crossed with a click of a button, and the documentation of humanity is pursued.”

You can watch the Irish mini-documentaries below.

“My father’s heart is in me”

Source: 365 docobites/YouTube

“Nature has a way of paying you back in kindness”

Source: 365 docobites/YouTube

“No one will judge you”

Source: 365 docobites/YouTube

Watch: “Your next adventure is this”: The incredible Mark Pollock story to hit big screen

Read: This Irish filmmaker-turned-kickboxer needs your help

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