Do you remember what you did July 24, 2010? Well, I do. I actually had my birthday party on that particular day. I celebrated in a very nice, little café in Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg with a bunch of friends from all over the world:
Now, you got a glimpse of what I did on July 24, 2010. Tonight premieres Life in a Day at the Sundance Film Festival which is described as historic global experiment. It's a documentary, shot in a single day, by people like you and me. Executive producer Ridley Scott and director Kevin Macdonald chose from over 80,000 submissions the most compelling and distinctive footage in order to create the world's largest user-generated feature film.
Have a look at the trailer:
Since most of us are probably not in Utah right now, Life in a Day will also be available via live-streaming on YouTube:
In case you miss it tonight, it'll be rebroadcast tomorrow January 28. But it will be the last time it’s possible to see the documentary for a while. Thanks to a pick-up by National Geographic Films, Life in a Day will premiere in theatres on July 24, 2011 - exactly one year after the day that was chronicled by contributors to the project.