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2th
Digital Short Films by Three Filmmakers
Digitopia
Director_ John Akomfrah
UK 2001 30min Digi-Beta color/b&w shorts
Review

DIGITOPIA is a film in search of the emotional undercurrents of the digital, a film about a man living between an analogue and digital worlds, a man who works in the former but seeks his pleasures in the latter. He is a man who is in search of love in the digital domain, through the net and over the phone, but who wants his relationship to be in the analogue world. This space is his world of Digitopia.

CREDIT
  • DirectorJohn Akomfrah
  • ProducerDavid Lawson, Lina Gopaul
  • CinematographyDewald Aukema
  • EditorLisa Harney
SoundRecordist Trevor Mathison
DIRECTOR
John AKOMFRAH
He is a member of the Black Audio Film Collective, which was organized in 1982 to produce experimental and engagement movies. His special interest has been the area of racial discrimination. Since The mid-1990s, he has been involved in both analogue and digital film work. He received the John Grearson Award for his documentary debut, Handsworth Songs. Film Riot won the Grand-Prix of N-Vision at the first JIFF.
Jeonju Office

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Seoul Office

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