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The People's Cloud

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Sebastien Dehesdin

  • Sebastien Dehesdin

    Sebastien Dehesdin

Synopsis

The People's Cloud is a project investigating the ecology and impact of cloud computing on the lives of those who use it, the places it is physically located in and the people who work to maintain it. Traveling Europe in search of the infrastructure of the internet, the film surveys the acoustic properties of such locations and their relationship with the overall environmental and geopolitical impact of mobile data storage. Interviews take place with engineers, technicians, manufacturers, marketing experts, salespeople, economists, husbands, wives, family members, academics, cultural thinkers and artists and we discover what 'the cloud' means to them and what this data boom has meant to their lives. http://www.thepeoplescloud.org

Details

Year
2016
Type of film
Features
Running Time
54 mins 42 secs
Format
HD Digital
Director
Matt Parker 1st Feature
Producer
Matt Parker
Editor
Matt Parker
Director of Photography
Sebastien Dehesdin
Sound
Chris Amblin, Matt Parker
Music
Matt Parker, Gary Salomon
Principal Cast
Stephen Pemberton, Orn Orrason, Michael Winterson, Henk Steenman, Tate Cantrell, Peter Jamieson, Harry Buhrman, Ronal de Wolf
Additional Cinematography
Michael James Lewis