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‘High Tech Low Life’: Generational Disparity of the Surveillance State

‘High Tech Low Life’: Generational Disparity of the Surveillance State

Twenty-six year-old rural Chinese vegetable merchant “Zola” sees personal opportunity mixed with his unique journalistic integrity around virtually every corner of his home country, known as much for its “Great Firewall” as it is for its long-standing universally recognized landmark, The Great Wall.  Fifty-seven year old “Tiger Temple”, the country’s first recognized “citizen journalist”, stresses

Interview: Matt Boyd (Director – ‘A Rubberband is an Unlikely Instrument’)

An eccentric Brooklyn musician navigates his family’s course on the fringes of a new American landscape. Walter Baker is struggling to maintain balance between creating art alongside the daily trials of making ends meet and raising a twelve year old son with his poet third wife. The film is an immersive meditation on possibly one

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