YouTube invites contributions for an epic user-generated film

YouTube has launched one of its most ambitious collaborative projects to date – a global experiment to create the world’s largest user-generated film.

Life In A Day will challenge YouTube’s talented uploaders to capture a moment of their lives on film, shot on July 24th 2010 (aka 24/7). The most compelling, exciting, unusual and distinctive footage submitted will then be edited into a documentary, which is being directed by Kevin Macdonald (whose previous directorial credits include Touching the Void and The Last King of Scotland) and executive produced by Ridley Scott.

Macdonald explains that his aim is to make a film ‘that is a snapshot of life on earth during one 24 hour period…

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YouTube has launched one of its most ambitious collaborative projects to date – a global experiment to create the world’s largest user-generated film.

Life In A Day will challenge YouTube’s talented uploaders to capture a moment of their lives on film, shot on July 24th 2010 (aka 24/7). The most compelling, exciting, unusual and distinctive footage submitted will then be edited into a documentary, which is being directed by Kevin Macdonald (whose previous directorial credits include Touching the Void and The Last King of Scotland) and executive produced by Ridley Scott.

Macdonald explains that his aim is to make a film ‘that is a snapshot of life on earth during one 24 hour period… Leer más “YouTube invites contributions for an epic user-generated film”