Hacking Justice

    • Clara Lopez Juan Pancorbo
    • Spain, Germany
    • 52 min
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    Baltasar Garzon, is an analogue 60 years old man with stamina. He barely speaks english, is bad with computers, but he plays a major global role within the digital world, as he took upon going legal with the defense of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The world’s leading authority upholding the principle of Universal Jurisdiction, he is on to promoting freedom of press and fundamental human rights. With a unique and independent access to the Ecuador embassy where Assange found refuge and to a worldwide campain, the film witnesses the struggle for the control of information, the growing influence of intelligence services, the role of the mass media and the difficult balance of individual rights and state security.

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    Director
    Clara Lopez Juan Pancorbo
    Production
    Joan Ubeda for Media314
    Co-production
    Gregor Streiber for Inselfilm Produktion

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    Spoken languages
    English
    Spanish

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