Ridley Scott is set to make a documentary marking the first anniversary of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.
The Prometheus director plans to give out 200 cameras to people in the most heavily-affected areas on March 11 and have them document the 24-hour period starting at midnight, Deadline reports.
The project follows the success of last year's crowdsourced Life In A Day documentary, which was executive produced by Ridley and directed by Kevin Macdonald.
The best clips from Japan will be put together and combined with Fuji TV's coverage to make the documentary feature.
Ridley will executive produce the movie, with no word yet on who will direct.