The Internet is invading all aspects of your life. No longer confined to yourÂ computer or your phone, the Internet is now in garbage cans, refrigerators, andÂ the infrastructure of our cities. The future will either be a surveillance nightmareÂ or an eco-utopia, the outcome determined by startups in Silicon Valley andÂ Shenzhen. The Internet of Everything captures our present moment, when bothÂ futures still seem possible.
44 + 52 Minutes
CBC + ARTE
Brett Gaylorâ€™s brain is split between making technology andÂ documentaries. For 10 years, he was part of the Mozilla Foundationâ€™sÂ senior management team. During this time he also produced media workÂ documenting the Internetâ€™s slide from democratic wonderland toÂ dystopic surveillance market. Do Not Track, his 6 part interactiveÂ documentary about privacy and the web economy,Â was the recipient ofÂ the International Documentary Association award for best nonfictionÂ series, the Prix Gemaux for Best Interactive Series, the InternationalÂ Association of Broadcasters Online Factual Prize, the Deutscher PrizeÂ for online communications, the 2015 Sheffield Documentary FestivalÂ jury commendation and the 2016 Peabody award. OK GoogleÂ animated aÂ year of his son Rowanâ€™s accidental voice searches and received theÂ 2019 Webby Award. His 2008 feature Rip! A Remix Manifesto was theÂ recipient of audience choice prizes at festivals from Amsterdam toÂ South Africa, broadcast in 20 countries, and seen by millions ofÂ people worldwide on Netflix, Hulu and The Pirate Bay.
DIRECTORÂ BRETT GAYLOR
PRODUCERS BOB MOORE, BRETT GAYLOR
EDITORÂ SOPHIE FARKAS BOLLA
CINEMATOGRAPHER + CO-DIRECTOR VAN ROYKO
ORIGINAL MUSIC BY DAVID DRURY
SOUND DESIGNERÂ CORY RIZOS
LINE PRODUCERÂ VALERIE SHAMASH
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER KATIE McKAY
POST PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR HAMED (ED) ALEALI
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS DANIEL CROSS, MILA AUNG-THWIN