Cinematic experiment Life In A Day on YouTube
A cinematic experiment to document a single day on earth was conceived by YouTube and film producer Liza Marshall.
The idea was simple, yet in its execution very complex. The idea: ask YouTube users to videotape one full-day in their lives, July 24, 2010, and send in the video. The execution: from the footage, edit a 90-minute movie.
4500 videos from a wide range of people in 192 countries were received with 80,000 hours of footage. This film titled Life In A Day is made by Scott Free Productions of Oscar winners Ridley and Tony Scott and directed by a.
The movie is available on YouTube (http://youtu.be/JaFVr_cJJIY) with subtitles in 25 languages including Hindi.