The first Life in a Day documentary was written on July 24, 2010. It contained 80,000 clips and based on them it was possible to make a film with a total length of 95 minutes. The production was very popular all over the world. Interestingly, she even received the audience award at the Krakow Film Festival.
Now the project has proved to be even more successful. On July 25, 2020, Internet users sent as many as 300,000 clips from 192 countries around the world, presenting shots from one day of their lives. Again, executive producers Ridley Scott and Kai Hsuing and director Kevin Macdonald are in charge of the project.
The creators wanted the film to include the key events that took place in 2020, namely the pandemic, lockdowns, Black Lives Matter and LGBT movements, the problem of wars and refugees from Syria. In fact, this movie is the essence of humanity and the events taking place between July 25 and August 2, 2020. Look at it and write what you LIFEHACKER about it.