Sarah Kessler talks to filmmaker Jigar Mehta about his new mission:

The project, #18DaysInEgypt, asks people who witnessed the protests to label what they recorded of them on Twitter, Flickr and YouTube with specific tags. Eventually, Mehta will put the entries together to create an interactive narrative. ... “We all know what happened at the end, but there are a lot of interesting turns that this story took,” Mehta says. “I think we’re just seeing the tip of the iceberg of what was shot during those 18 days.”

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