The project is in memory of the disaster in Japan which cost billions in damage and thousands of lives.
Director Kevin Macdonald's documentary is comprised of footage sent in by thousands of people who documented their daily routine on July 24, 2010.
Director Kevin Macdonald and producer Ridley Scott delved through over 800,000 user-submitted videos to capture one day of life on July 24, 2010.
Director Kevin MacDonald cut together footage from thousands of user-submitted YouTube videos chronicling a single day, July 24, 2010.
Kevin MacDonald and Ridley Scott are behind this new YouTube movie which is cut together from thousands of user-submitted videos.
Viewers will have two chances to watch Kevin Macdonald's worldwide documentary for free before it heads to theaters.
The innovative YouTube film project received over 80,000 submissions from 197 countries.