Inspired by the new film Interstellar, Paramount Pictures and Google Play will develop a time capsule short film documentary capturing our most precious moments of life on earth.

From cave paintings and hieroglyphics, to folk tales and film, mankind has always passed along stories to preserve the past, and in that tradition, the time capsule project asks this generation to take its turn by submitting the memorable and inspiring moments of today to give future generations a way to remember where they came from.  Submissions will be selected to then be part of a short film made and produced by award-winning filmmakers David Brodie (The Witness, Survivors) and Angus Wall (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Social Network) and curated by Christopher Nolan.

Whether it's a favorite photo, a music performance, a diary entry or a dance, this effort calls upon the public to submit videos, photos, sounds, poetry and artwork that best represent mankind's time on Earth.

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The time capsule effort is part of Google's collaboration with Paramount Pictures for the first-ever partnership with a film that features initiatives delivered across Google platforms, including Google Play, Google for Education, Google+ and YouTube. Together, the companies are helping moviegoers connect to the film through immersive experiences, exclusive content and detailed information on how to see the film, find showtimes and purchase tickets.

To learn more about the project, check out this video from Interstellar stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain. Memories can also be submitted on this page through December 15, 2014.

B. Alan Orange