Joseph Gordon-Levitt Asks Bangladeshis to Contribute in His New Project
Hollywood actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt asked Bangladeshis to share photos of the country on a Facebook post on June 14, 2021. Known for his roles in movies like "Inception", "The Dark Knight Rises", and "500 Days of Summer", the actor posted this call for photos for an untitled project on the HitRecord platform.
Joseph posted, "Hello, friends in Bangladesh! I'm looking for cool photos of Bangladesh for a new project. Post your photos and read more about the project here: https://hitrecord.app.link/worldpics"
The photos are to be submitted to HitRecord, a platform co-founded by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. It is an online production company that features work submitted by people all around the globe. The platform takes the best submissions and puts it on a TV series called "HitRECord on TV", which has a 8.3 rating on IMDb and has also won a Primetime Emmy in the "Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media - Social TV Experience" category. Each episode in the series is centered around a certain theme. Current lineup of the themes include money, fantasy, trash, and space.
To participate in the project, one simply needs to visit the link, sign up for an account by clicking the "Contribute" button, choose a username, select an art category (for Bangladesh, it is "photography") and then submit the photo with a title, and an optional description to accompany it.
The call-to-action is part of the photography prompt for a short film project on HitRecord titled "Around the World", as can be seen on the platform. The actor has been posting on his Facebook regularly, asking people from different cities and countries around the world to submit photographs of where they live.
The HitRecord project is Joseph Gordon-Levitt's way of exploring creativity. It seems that the actor is looking to get back to working on his brainchild once more, and this time, he has Bangladesh on his mind.