Ridley Scott Wants Your Homemade Footage for Upcoming Documentary

A sequel to 2010’s ‘Life in a Day.’

By
Entertainment
1,975 Hypes 1 Comments

Ridley Scott and director Kevin Macdonald are planning to make a sequel to their 2010 documentary Life in a Day, a compilation of homemade footage, submitted by 80,000 people from 192 countries, to see what people were doing on July 24, 2010.

It’s been an entire decade since the documentary came out, and the two directors are asking people from all over the world to video their lives on July 25. All submissions will go through a team of 30 reviewers and three editors, alongside Macdonald himself, in putting together the feature-length documentary. It’s worth highlighting a few requirements before deciding to take part in the project: anyone captured in the video must give permission to be filmed and there must be no music playing in the background. Additionally, the filmmakers suggested videos be shot horizontally at hi-res while using an external mic to capture sound. Those wishing to submit footage have until August 2.

Life in a Day 2020 will premier on YouTube and at the Sundance Film Festival next year.

Most recently, Lady Gaga is set to portray a key figure in Ridley Scott’s upcoming movie about the Gucci family.

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Spotify's New Tool Tailors Your Playlist to Your Workout
Tech

Spotify's New Tool Tailors Your Playlist to Your Workout

Matching the intensity of your workout through various questions.

Colorful Overdyed and Printed Canvas Reworks Maison Mihara Yasuhiro's OG Sole Sneaker
Footwear

Colorful Overdyed and Printed Canvas Reworks Maison Mihara Yasuhiro's OG Sole Sneaker

Complemented by a white-hued melting sole unit.

Dior's Luxe Oblique Sandals Land in Black
Footwear

Dior's Luxe Oblique Sandals Land in Black

Sleek summertime slides.


Tinder to Test Video Dates In Light of Social Distancing
Tech

Tinder to Test Video Dates In Light of Social Distancing

Starting in the U.S., South Korea, and Brazil.

'The Sims' is Being Turned Into a Reality TV Series
Gaming

'The Sims' is Being Turned Into a Reality TV Series

A show aimed at testing the creativity of ‘The Sims’ community.

PUMA Celebrates the Power of Sport With "Unity Collection"
Footwear

PUMA Celebrates the Power of Sport With "Unity Collection"

With detailing inspired by international flags.

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Help us serve you better

We appreciate your support in allowing HYPEBEAST ads, where we can share contents from the latest fashion, to those culturally relevant. In adding HYPEBEAST to your ad blocker's whitelist, ads on our sites will show while you continue to browse.

Help Support Us

We need ads to keep the lights on and to continue providing free news to our readers. We’d appreciate your support by whitelisting HYPEBEAST on your ad blocker. That way you can keep reading all the great stories for free.

If you have already whitelisted us, simply refresh this page. To find out how to whitelist us, click the button below.

Back

Add Us to Whitelist

We appreciate your support in allowing HYPEBEAST ads. Most ad blockers have similar whitelisting steps and settings. If you need assistance, please contact us.

Adblock Plus

  1. Click on the red ABP icon in the upper right corner of your browser.
  2. Click “Enabled on this site” to disable ad blocking for the current site. In Firefox click “disable on HYPEBEAST”.
  3. Refresh the HYPEBEAST page that you were viewing.

Adblock

  1. Click the AdBlock hand icon.
  2. Click “Don’t run on pages on this domain”.
  3. A new “Don’t run AdBlock on…” dialog may be displayed in the middle of the screen.
  4. Move the “Site” slider to the right. After that, click “Exclude”.
  5. Refresh the HYPEBEAST page that you were viewing.

uBlock

  1. Click the uBlock icon.
  2. Click the large blue “power” button in the menu that appears to whitelist the current website.
  3. Reload the HYPEBEAST page that you were viewing.

Firefox Browser

Firefox Tracking Protection may activate our whitelist notice, which can be disabled temporarily for a browsing session by clicking the shield icon in the URL bar and following the instructions.

Disconnect

  1. Click the Disconnect icon.
  2. Click “Whitelist site”.
  3. Refresh the HYPEBEAST page that you were viewing.