Crowd Sourced Film Debuts at Sundance

Life In A Day, a crowd sourced film made with footage submitted to YouTube, premiered at Sundance last night, and so far the response seems pretty positive.

On July 24, 2010, filmmakers were asked to record their day and upload it to YouTube. They received 80,000 submissions. It was boiled down to 90 minutes of footage.

Above, director Kevin McDonald, who has won an Oscar for the film One Day in September, talks about his Sundance experience. And over on AgencySpy, they have one of the submissions.