Stevens sleeping
Sci-Fi

Tech Troubled Films For Our Surveillance Age: Source Code

Posted April 15, 2016 by Megan Jones

With the 1936 film Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin introduced a witty, scathing take on the effects of mass technology, and indeed, the type of life we forge with it has become a central preoccupation to our modern world. Film remains at the forefront of this conversation, not only for the speed and power of its […]

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Deep Web
Documentary

Tech Troubled Films for Our Surveillance Age: Deep Web

Posted June 9, 2015 by Megan Jones

With the 1936 film Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin introduced a witty, scathing take on the effects of mass technology, and indeed, the type of life we forge with it has become a central preoccupation to our modern world. Film remains at the forefront of this conversation, not only for the speed and power of its […]

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The Captives
Canadian

Tech Troubled Films for Our Surveillance Age: The Captive

Posted May 16, 2015 by Megan Jones

With the 1936 film Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin introduced a witty, scathing take on the effects of mass technology, and, indeed, the type of life we forge with it has become a central preoccupation to our modern world. Film remains at the forefront of this conversation, not only for the speed and power of its […]

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A creepy horror where social media is the message
Horror

Tech Troubled Films for Our Surveillance Age: The Den

Posted January 10, 2015 by Megan Jones

With the 1936 film Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin introduced a witty, scathing take on the effects of mass technology, and, indeed, the type of life we forge with it has become a central preoccupation to our modern world. Film remains at the forefront of this conversation, not only for the speed and power of its […]

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The Cinematheque in Vancouver
international cinema, director retrospectives, Canadian film, emerging talent, arthouse and experimental shorts.
Art

August Gets a Touch of Noir at The Cinematheque

Posted August 14, 2014 by Megan Jones

Cinematheque’s popular summer season of film noir this August is not to be missed. You’ve got all month to indulge in the hard-boiled wonderland of the burnt-out-case and evil dame.

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