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Human Rights Digital Work Digital Citizens
CINEMA GALERIES26.03 / 20:45

Belgian premiere


Reviewing 25,000 images a day to remove immorality from the web is the daily life of anonymous Filipino employees hired by the Silicon Valley. The Cleaners follows the routine of those who are confronted with the most sordid content on the Internet on a daily-basis, without having an opportunity to tell their trauma. This thriller documentary also raises the question of the limit of censorship, when art and politics burst into these images.


Discussion and Q&A

Speakers : Maryse Hendrix, culture coordinator at Amnesty International Belgium and Dominique Mussche, head of the Amnesty International Schaerbeek Group

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