WASHINGTON TERRACE -- "Life in a Day" -- a compilation of videos submitted to YouTube on a single day in 2010 -- will be screened at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Pleasant Valley branch of the Weber County Library, 5568 Adams Ave.
The user-generated feature-length film was created from more than 80,000 videos -- that's more than 4,200 hours worth of film -- shot July 24, 2010.
Director Kevin MacDonald will answer questions about the film during a Skype session following the screening.
MacDonald, who won an Oscar for his film "One Day in September," has said in interviews that folks were asked to answer such questions as "What was happening to you on this day?," "What's in your pockets?," "What do you fear?" and "What do you love?"
Submissions came in from more than 190 countries, and common themes include love, work, children, illness and death. The movie premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
Admission is free.
For more information, call 801-337-2690.