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    How are we managing our humanity with all the technology, and the rhythm of our lives getting faster and faster? Filmmakers are examining life in a hyper-connected planet, the challenges of a 'smart' reality, and the ways we try to deal with our changing context. 

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    Forest on Location

    • Persijn Broersen, Margit Lukacs
    • 2018

    In a replica of the last remains of Europe’s last primeval forest Białowieża, the avatar Shahram Yazdani sings his Farsi version of the popular hit song “Nature Boy.” Nature is presented as a virtual construct, meandering between the mythical and the actual.

    Hi, AI

    • Isa Willinger
    • 2019

    A laconic, humorous and thought-provoking look at artificial intelligence. An elderly woman and a lonely man interact with their robot buddies, revealing a deep need for human contact.

    iHuman

    • Tonje Hessen Schei
    • 2019

    The use of artificial intelligence has far-reaching consequences, especially in the context of power and social control. With great access to many influential voices on this subject, iHuman explores how AI is changing our lives and our world.

    In Event of Moon Disaster

    • Francesca Panetta, Halsey Burgund
    • 2019

    By inviting you into an alternative history about the moon landing, this immersive installation asks us all to consider how deepfake technologies can bend, redirect and obfuscate the truth around us.

    Recoding Art

    • Bruno Moreschi, Gabriel Pereira
    • 2019

    Art through the eyes of artificial intelligence: a contradictory, entertaining and thought-provoking project that takes art aficionados out of their comfort zone. What happens if we play the same game with human intelligence?

    Reflector

    • Piotr Winiewicz, Dawid Górny, RNDR
    • 2019

    This autonomous AI engine arranges and edits film in continuous real time, opening new doors to new and innovative ways of filmmaking.

    Selfie

    • Nayra Sanz Fuentes
    • 2019

    A sensory experience and fantasy which explores the uncomfortable voyeurism of the selfie and Big Brother. What are we actually looking at, and who’s looking at us?

    The Ride

    • Esther Polak, Ivar van Bekkum
    • 2019

    A nocturnal car ride to the scene of a calamity. The combination of impersonal Google Earth imagery, sparse dialogue and the sound of a heartbeat is emotionally gripping, while leaving room for the imagination.

    Vast Body 22

    • Vincent Morisset
    • 2018

    This collaborative experiment on movement interprets your behavior and distills this continually changing input into a projection of a body that moves fluidly with yours, yet fluctuates continuously between different bodies and identities.

    XY Chelsea

    • Tim Travers Hawkins
    • 2019

    An intimate investigative portrait of whistleblower Chelsea Manning, who was pardoned by President Barack Obama in 2017. Only now that she’s free can Manning fully experience and give shape to her new gender identity.