Do remember when Ridley Scott and Kevin MacDonald conducted an open casting call for their upcoming YouTube inspired movie? The film is called Life in a Day, and it’s a documentary that’s produced by Scott and directed by MacDonald that centers on a day in the life of thousands of YouTube users. The first official poster promoting the film has been released as well as its official synopsis. Take a look…

Official Synopsis:

20,000,000 + hits on the website

80,000 people filmed their lives

1 Movie – made by YOU

Life in a Day is a historic global event to create the first user generated feature film documenting a single day on Earth.  It’s a unique time capsule that will tell future generations what it was like to be alive on the 24th of July 2010.  On that day, people around the world captured a moment of their lives on camera and over 80,000 videos were uploaded to YouTube.

Academy Award winning director Kevin Macdonald and producer Ridley Scott have teamed up to tell a highly emotional story from the submitted footage.

The film will have a worldwide day and date premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and on YouTube in January 2011.

It’s hard to read that synopsis without thinking to yourself, ‘this is a movie made for us, by us!’ The entire concept behind its production is interesting and we’re more than intrigued to see how everything turned out.

Check out the poster:

What do you think of the poster and synopsis for Life in a Day?

Source: Collider