Life In A Day is like the film equivalent of listening to M83 or googling absurdism. Hugely overwhelming and grossly enlightening, leaving you feeling utterly confused about your infinite potential/extreme insignificance. It’s a visual roller coaster. The concept was simple: a montage of footage from across the world shot on one day. But the outcome was magnificent.
This is great: a really clever film promotion for Prometheus, Ridley Scott’s upcoming release. It’s structured as a TED talk set in the year 2023, delivered by the founder of the infamous ‘Company’, Peter Weyland. The company WeylandYutani is always simmering in the background throughout the Alien series, and this piece establishes at least one […]
On July 24th, filmmakers Ridley Scott and Kevin MacDonald invite you to submit footage of your life taken in a 24-hour span of time. They will edit the most compelling moments into a feature film that ideally will document one day on earth through the eyes of people around the world.