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film: "Information. What are they looking at?"
A documentary on privacy for the broad audience.
Our barrier-free documentary "Information. What are they looking at?" takes an inclusive approach to communicating knowledge around privacy violations through mass surveillance by governments and corporations. Addressing a diverse audience our we prioritise shifting the representational power from discourse dominating white men towards the expertise of women and people of color.
Mass surveillance violates human rights. It poses a threat to privacy, dignity, the freedom of expression, the right to religious and political freedom, and the right not to be discriminated against. My barrier-free documentary "Information. What are they looking at?" takes an inclusive approach to communicate this knowledge. Surveillance affects everybody, but in the public eye is mainly discussed by ‘white’ men. To help shifting the focus, we consulted the expertise of women and People of Color.
Information. What are they looking at? is a patient analytical documentary. It is designed for people with no prior knowledge about mass surveillance; or who are excluded from access to it.
In this presentation I will give a short overview of the project and show a short rough-version.