Google Teams Up With Filmmakers To Ask You To Capture “India In A Day”

Google, The Search Engine Giant has roped in few renowned filmmakers to crowdsource a documentary project. The crowdsourced documentary revolves around the subject, “Evolving India”. For this documentary, Google Asked everyone to take out the camera and everything they do in their 24 hours on October 10.


Google is asking everyone in India to help them create a meaningful documentary, which shows the every aspect of “Evolving India”. That’s why, they are asking everyone to shoot their routine for 24 hours on 10th October and send the recorded video back to Google. The Google will use any of receiving videos in the main documentary.

Google roped in few renowned directors and producers to work on this documentary. Richie Mehta will be there to direct the entire documentary, Ridley Scott and Anurag Kashyap will work as Executive producers. Other directors such as Zoya Akhtar, Shekhar Kapur and R Balki will be the part of a core team of this documentary.

Google has created a separate website for this crowdsourced documentary. On this website, you can register for becoming the part of the documentary by recording your routine on 10th October. After registering on this website, Google will contact you for giving additional details to be the part of this project.

This is not the first time for Google to start the project of creating documentaries. In 2011, Google presented a documentary, named as “ Life in a Day “ in Sundance festival, which was created by compiling the footage received from Google users over the world.

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