Over the past years, Google/YouTube supported several creative crowdsourcing projects in cooperation with well-known artists like the YouTube Symphony Orchestra with composer Tan Dun in 2008/09. The current project is a documentary in cooperation with director Ridley Scott.
Show the world what happens in your life within these specific 24 hours.
Everyone can participate by sending in a short movie, portraying his or her life on this very day. The most interesting, most beautiful and most exciting clips will be edited into one large movie. It will premiere on the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and will be shown on YouTube afterwards.
The creators of the chosen video clips will be listed as co-directors and 20 of them will be invited to the premiere party! LG supports the whole project because of the connection to their own marketing slogan „Life’s Good”.
Dieser Artikel wurde am 22.July 2010 von Florian Fiegel geschrieben.
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