Down the Deep Dark Web

Director: 
Tzachi Schiff & Duki Dror
Cinematography: 
Philippe Bellaiche
Gleb Volkov
Sound: 
Ronen Nagel
Editing: 
Dror Yaakobovich
Production: 
Duki Dror
Alexandre Brachet
Margaux Missika
Liat Kamay-Eshed
Country: 
Duration: 
56Min
Year of production: 
2016
Movies language: 
Subtitles language (s): 
Schedule: 
Sun, 26/03/2017 -
19:45 to 20:40
Tue, 28/03/2017 -
19:00 to 19:55
Location: 
Cinéma Galeries
Synopsis: 

Down the Deep, Dark Web deals with the drifts of surveillance society. Through the investigation of a journalist born in 1984, the documentary questions everything you thought you knew about the Internet and the dangers of the digital world, and delving beyond the child pornography, drug sales and hitmen-for-hire which have dominated existing explorations of this virtual Wild West. Assigned with writing an article about the Darknet, Yuval Orr dives head first down the rabbit hole. On a journey that takes us through Tel Aviv, Prague and Berlin, Yuval meets tech experts, cybercrime watchmen, and a group of self-appointed underground freedom fighters.

Bio Director: 

Duki Dror studied film, theatre and classical studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has directed and produced creative documentaries for the past twenty years. His films deal with issues of identity, displacement and cross-cultural exchange. In 2010, PBS programmed a special series with three of his films: My Fantasia, Raging Dove and The journey of Vaan Nguyen.

Tzachi schiff has been involved in the direction, research and production of hundreds of documentary programs and films. He has directed numerous feature-length documentaries, including Mission: Impossible and Little City, for the Israel Broadcast Authority. He has worked as a director or as a producer for hundreds of short news documentaries on a range of topics, ranging from cyber crime and rock music, to Israeli heritage and scientific discoveries.

(26/03 - 19H45) Yuval Orr (character), Jean-Jacques Quisquater, Olivier Bogaert (Captain at the computer crime unit)