The film follows David, who after breaking up with his lover before Christmas, turns to his mobile phone, i Pad, and computer in order to stay connected with his 17-year-old ex Jonathan.After his phone calls, text messages and Skype calls go unanswered, David begins to form a horrible plan in his head while walking through the streets of Manila.follows a traditional journalist (Russell Crowe) and his inquiries into the suspicious death of a congressman’s (Ben Affleck) mistress.Not only does the film explore the privatization of American Homeland Security, it also discusses journalistic independence, traditional journalism vs.Ellen Page gives an outstanding performance in this roller-coaster ride of a film.This Filipino film recently made headlines during its debut at the Berlin Film Festival.is arguably the most modern film of our generation.Starring Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg, the 2010 film may not exactly be a 100 percent accurate depiction of Facebook’s founding, but it does perfectly use Zuckerberg’s life as a metaphor about communication and alienation in the modern age.
Whether it’s the advanced weapons of aliens from outer space in sci-fi movies of the 1950s or the advancements in special effects, both on and off-screen, technology is a key factor in film-making. A lot of the time, the Internet has a dark side that means potential disaster for our protagonists.
Following his success in Silicon Valley, Harris turned his attention to controversial human experiments, such as tests which showed the effects of media and technology on individuals, which resulted in him losing his fortune.
An extremely fascinating documentary that deserves a viewing.
Definitely worth viewing for anyone wanting to launch their own startup.
isn’t necessarily a “classic,” but its honesty and brutal portrayal of how Jobs and Gates rose to dominance is worth viewing. Well, just ask yourself this: Where are we now if not for Steve Jobs and Bill Gates? The film was broken into several segments across multiple social media platforms, including Facebook, You Tube, and Twitter.
This short doc, in particular, explores how Twitter has changed the lives of four ordinary people. A high school student weaves the tragic history of his family, which involves terrorism, for his French-class assignment.