By Jessica Klein

Google Play continues to promote Christopher Nolan’s new sci-fi epic “Interstellar,” this time with a “time capsule” video project that’s currently seeking submissions.

Along with Paramount Pictures, Google Play wants people to send in videos, photos, poetry, artwork, and more that filmmakers David Brodie and Angus Wall will turn into a short documentary. Nolan himself will select the submissions for the film.

This comes as part of Google and Paramount Pictures’ collaborative efforts to showcase “Interstellar.” It follows a Google+ Hangout with the movie’s stars and some YouTubers a couple days prior to its theatrical release.

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