Articles tagged surveillance

Human Rights Watch Film Festival 2015: ‘(T)Error’

As compelling as (T)Error's restless images are, the film never lets you forget what you can't see, what's deliberately hidden, and what's receding from view even as you look.

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DOC NYC 2014: ‘Citizenfour’

Citizenfour is exquisitely filmed and carefully reported, but its greatest effects have to do with what you don't see, such as the plans and ambitions that underlie surveillance.

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Big Data Follows and Buries Us in Equal Measure

Wikileaks’ Julian Assange noted that the East German secret police employed ten percent of the population as informants. The genius of Facebook is that it's an emoticon-besotted surveillance apparatus through which friends rat out friends routinely.

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‘don’t take it personally’: Identity Performance and Surveillance Culture

Christine Love captures the impulsive, shortsighted character of adolescence phenomenally well here, including the reproduction of all the expectations and sex-obsessed attitudes our mass media have thrust upon these kids.

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24 Aug 2009 // 10:27 AM

How does a witty, fiendishly clever movie starring Julia Roberts and Clive Owen as a pair of corporate spies playing head games on each other

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28 Oct 2008 // 5:20 AM

London of 2008 gets closer to ‘1984,’ troubling some Britons

LONDON - Each day, the average London resident is filmed 300 times as he or she walks their children to school, takes the train to the

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1 Feb 2007 // 9:00 PM

Surveillance by Jonathan Raban

Surveillance explores real, imagined problems of homeland security.

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//Mixed media

Terror, Dolls, Madhouses: Three for the Price of Price

// Short Ends and Leader

"Three Vincent Price projects from American International.

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