Cinema Nova

TFF: Almost Human

Screening with short film LOSING LENA.

Narrated by Stephen Fry, this haunting, deep, and lyrical film provides an engrossing exploration of our relationship with artificial intelligence. Philosophers, anthropologists, archaeologists and physicists explore what it means to be human in the age of exponential technology.

Award-winning Danish director Jeppe Ronde brings together ten of the world's leading scientists - and one robot - zooming out intergalactic distances to rethink our relationship with technology and investigate its dilemmas in microcosmic detail.

The voice of Ronde's vision is none other than world-renowned actor, writer and activist Stephen Fry, whose hauntingly beautiful narration, speaks to all mankind as he leads us through our history.

Spectacular and thoughtful cinematography encourages a desire for knowledge as it captures the sense of enormity of life and all its complexity.

Captivatingly eerie, Ronde has created a thought-provoking film that will have audiences questioning the future of technology and artificial intelligence.

ALMOST HUMAN is a fascinating exploration about what it means to be human and the role science plays in the rapidly changing world in which we live.

  • Commences  Wednesday, 26 Feb 2020
  • Rating  E
  • Genre  To Be Advised
  • Running Time  48

Event starts
Wednesday 26 February, 2020
Event ends
Wednesday 26 February, 2020
Venue
Cinema Nova
Venue Address
380 Lygon St, Carlton
Location

Melbourne ,

Website
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Category
Screenings, Festivals & Programs