Do you remember where you were on July 24, 2010?
I was at Comic-Con, and I was one of the thousands who sent in a video of what I was doing that day to directors Ridley Scott and Kevin MacDonald. I’m pretty sure it ended up on the cutting room floor, but I’ll bet you’ll get a glimpse of Comic-Con in there somewhere.
The film-makers have edited over 80,000 entries making up more than 4500 hours of footage to give the world a self-portrait of one day in our lives, the diversity and the similarity and the connections that link us all together. It will premiere at Sundance Thursday night and you can watch it live, along with the Q&A afterward, on YouTube.
Here’s a sample: