The Social NetworkOctober 1, 2010
On a fall night in 2003, Harvard undergrad and computer programming genius Mark Zuckerberg sits down at his computer and heatedly begins working on a new idea. In a fury of blogging and programming, what begins in his dorm room as a small site among friends soon becomes a global social network and a revolution in communication. A mere six years and 500 million friends later, Mark Zuckerberg is the youngest billionaire in history... but for this entrepreneur, success leads to both personal and legal complications.
Friend RequestDecember 9, 2016
Enjoying college life as a popular student, Laura shares everything with her more than 800 friends on Facebook. But one day, after accepting a friend request from a social outcast named Marina, Laura’s life is cursed...
Seven SomethingJuly 26, 2012
Seven Something is a love story and was shot by three different directors. As such, the film is divided into three parts; the first is named "14," featuring problems of two teenagers and social networks. The second part is named "21/28" and is about two former actor and actress lovers who work together again after being apart for seven years. The third part is called "42.195" and is about a woman who meets a young man who encourages her to complete a marathon
Friend Request PendingOctober 13, 2011
FRIEND REQUEST PENDING is a short comedy drama about the mature generation dating in our modern social networking world. It's a tale of love but more importantly life long friendship. The twelve-minute tale tells the story of Mary (Judi Dench) and Linda (Penny Ryder) who spend an afternoon discussing the pleasures, pitfalls and problems with using social networking to try and woo the local choirmaster Trevor (Philip Jackson).
A Bride for Rip Van WinkleMarch 26, 2016
A woman hires actors and strangers to pretend to be her friends and family at her wedding.
AndyAugust 18, 2017
After being accused of sexually assaulting a girl at a party, Andy uses a public twitter confessional to rewrite his story.
She's The OneOctober 15, 2013
A television hosts wakes up to her true desires when his best friend's video goes viral.
Using real cases, this documentary demonstrates the extent to which violent criminals can use social media to locate and manipulate victims.
AVATARAMay 1, 2003
AVATARA is not a cartoon. It's a documentary about an Internet subculture who spend their lives immersed in an online 3-D voice-chat program called "Digitalspace Traveler." Through a series of 14 interviews, we uncover the history, art, identities, struggles and emotions of this unique internet community who, since as far back as 1996 have mostly devoted their lives to this software.
The Little OneFebruary 26, 2018
Cell phone is a teenager’s best friend, especially when he goes on a family trip with parent and an annoying kid sister. However when the zombie apocalypse begins, the freindship is put to a test.
Status Update - A Facebook FairytaleDecember 31, 2012
Imagine if every Facebook status update you entered magically came true.
LunaSeptember 18, 2018
Teenager student Luana leaves school in a rush and records a farewell video to her mother. What happened up to that point is then revealed, beginning at the day she met her classmate Emília.
PixelschattenJune 8, 2012
Pixel (Ben Gageik) is a 22-year-old small-town blogger: Everyone can read about him and his friends online. His blog "Pixelschatten" used to be the hippest thing in town, but now the local fame has faded away. His friends go to college, have new friends and interests, and his girlfriend Suse (Zora Klostermann) is irritated by the private issues revealed on the blog. When Pixel realizes that everyone but him is moving on, he changes all their lives with just one post...
Second ScreenMay 16, 2019
Second Screen follows David, a fitness influencer who begins to develop an addiction to social media. As this takes a drastic turn in order to keep his online persona intact, will he able to deal with the reality he faces in front of him?
#AbroHiloFebruary 23, 2019
Humor shapes the way Spaniards interact on Twitter: all sorts of topics can be used to make a joke and many anonymous commentators can become celebrities and compete with professional comedians. But sometimes certain jokes that defy political correctness have a high price for those who dare to make them, jokes that can freeze the smiles of thousands of people whose prejudices can put an end to some very successful artistic careers.