Your search by 'Technology/Science' identified 9 films
Eva Schloss, a Holocaust survivor and the stepsister of Anne Frank, embarks on an ambitious new project: to preserve her story in the form of a hologram that will interact with the generations to come.
The ancient Chinese game called Go is said to have more board configurations than there are atoms in the universe—making it an epic battleground for human versus artificial intelligence. This fascinating documentary invites you to a challenge match between a famed Go master and a computer program.
Get to know the man behind the myth (and the bowtie): Bill Nye's journey from beloved kids' show host to elder statesman of and spokesman for the scientific community is chronicled in this thoughtful documentary.
Constructed entirely of found footage from closed-circuit surveillance cameras, Chinese visual artist Xu Bing’s ambitious and spellbinding feature drama serves as a commentary on identity in the digital age while following an ill-fated romance through a faceless and frightening urban environment.
A visionary who predicted climate change, Dr. Athelston Spilhaus dreamed of building a domed metropolis free of waste and pollution in the 1970s. What happened to his revolutionary plan? With a wealth of archival materials, Chad Freidrichs documents one man’s extraordinary quest to save the planet.
This delightful documentary celebrates the art of cinematography. Exploring our fascination with moving images and providing insight into the making of some of film's most iconic moments, it honors the great masters of the craft as unsung heroes whose vision and talent appear right before our eyes.
The profound question at the heart of this dramatic comedy: if it’s not captured on social media, does it even happen? When PR maven Tasha makes an Internet celebrity of loner Jed, he realizes he will have to decide where his true identity lies—in ho-hum real life or online.
Uncategorizable, unbelievable and unforgettable, this documentary compilation of dash-cam video footage captures a rainbow of spectacles just beyond the windshields of Russian motorists—including a comet crashing down to earth, an epic forest fire and no shortage of road-rage incidents.
A young woman uses technology as an easy respite from a tense family gathering. But as her gaze shifts from the screen, she discovers a deeper kind of connection.