GlitchJune 10, 2020
Nabil's life changes as an engineering company invades his house, claiming to build the house of the future as a solution to the pollution/trash crisis, infusing weird technology into his old traditional house.
MicrochipNovember 27, 2019
Imagine to be suddenly able to control your car, your bank account and all the electronics in your life just by thinking about it. What would you do with this power? What would you compromise for it?
Moment to MomentApril 20, 2020
Carl and Susan, husband and wife, scientist and artist, navigate the challenges of Carl’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
Sonzai ZoneJune 16, 2019
Sonzai Zone is a speculative fiction film on intimacy and loneliness after the normalization of ambient communication media. An unlikely encounter between Yún and Souvd takes place in a near-future where social interactions are largely based on the mediation of human presence, known as ‘Sonzai-kan’. Shifting between XR games, Immersion Arcades and spatial home displays, their insidiously orchestrated relationship escalates into extreme idealization. Meanwhile, Souvd’s ex-girlfriend Ntzumi launches into undercover investigation.
TechnophobiaMarch 9, 2018
A man develops an intense fear of technology and the lack of privacy in his life.
CyberBabyJanuary 1, 1998
In this video series an individual confronts fears and, through the process of confessing directly to the camera, transcends trauma. It is also about agin, longing, the delusions and misconceptions we are encumbered with as we mature towards self-awareness, and the masks we assume to deny or hide understanding. The tapes rupture, fracture, and use digital effects to mirror the psychological changes of the protagonist.
LIKENovember 30, 2018
LIKE is an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The goal of the film is to inspire us to self-regulate. Social media is a tool and social platforms are a place to connect, share, and care … but is that what's really happening?
Who's afraid of Huawei?January 14, 2020
The Chinese company Huawei wants to expand 5G worldwide and is well advanced in the development of the technology. With the help of 5G, entire communities can function wirelessly, self-driving cars become possible and advanced medical care can be performed remotely in real time. However, many are worried that Huawei is incorporating backdoors that allow vast amounts of data to be collected and then used by China for espionage.
e-VirusApril 15, 2015
While helping the CIA to develop a deadly computer virus, a computer engineer finds himself as the target of an assassination.
Ordinary citizens now augment themselves with cybernetic implants and live alongside fully synthetic androids, who have taken over the bulk of humanities’ service positions. This bleeding-edge technology is all controlled by global corporations, with the most dominant being the Toronto-based tech-giant; Red Crow. As private investigator Duncan Reeves clings onto ideas of the past and distresses over his cybernetic arm obtained during past wars, a corporate murder and a mysterious woman make him question the lines between human and android.
Sunrise With Sea Monsters follows a wandering desktop hard drive as it journeys through the British landscape in a quest to explore new ways to store and preserve human knowledge for humanity in the future.
Born Digital: First CutsMarch 16, 2019
Collection of tech-related short films marking the 30th anniversary in 2019 of the World Wide Web.
Almost HumanMarch 21, 2019
The filmmaker Jeppe Rønde has invited 10 of the world's foremost researchers - and a robot! - to rethink our relationship with technology and its dilemmas from the outside. Philosophers, anthropologists, archaeologists and programmers show us through their thought experiments that our relationship with technology is just as much about our relationship with ourselves.
What does it mean to be conscious in a world that is becoming increasingly artificially intelligent? Can machines really see? Based on an interview with a professor in artificial intelligence, this short experimental documentary uses analog techniques to explore the human tendency to anthropomorphise simple drawings, and how we might do the same to machines.
CablestreetJune 3, 2019
A cable system designed by controversial Chinese company Huawei Technologies enables communication between an expert and a machine. Time succumbs to space in a "New Cold War" played out in technological materials.
StoryFebruary 10, 2019
Perhaps it is time to let go of the illusion of certainty about where the screen ends and the outside world begins. A lonely restaurant patron, surrounded by people typing away on their laptops. Passengers in the metro, fixated on their smartphones. A pianist playing a virtual instrument. Through a series of eminently relatable everyday scenes, animator Jola Bańkowska comments on how our lives are shaped by digital technology.