Over 80,000 entries were received on July 24 (which put the "day" in Life in a Day), and although you won't be able to see the finished product until it debuts at the Sundance Film Festival in January, you can take a peek at the tens of thousands of videos submitted now on the Life in a Day Project YouTube page. Did you submit a video?
Get your cameras ready folks, cause today marks the start of the YouTube Life in a Day project, where you could be included in a new and first-of-its-kind crowd-sourced documentary that is being produced by Ridley Scott and directed by Oscar winner Kevin MacDonald. What do you have to do? Capture a moment in your life today and submit it to the project. That's it! The most compelling and interesting submissions will be selected and cut together to form a cohesive documentary, and if you're chosen, you'll be listed as one of the co-directors of the film.
What's more, 20 co-directors will be chosen to appear at Sundance alongside Kevin MacDonald. Want more details? Just keep reading.