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Ondi Timoner (writer)
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Release Date:
3 September 2010 (Norway) See more »
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A documentary focusing on the life of dot-com entrepreneur Josh Harris, and his exploits over the last decade. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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2 wins See more »
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A master of self-regard See more (8 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Ondi Timoner 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ondi Timoner  writer

Produced by
Keirda Bahruth .... producer
John Battsek .... executive producer
Jeff Frey .... co-producer
Meagan Keane .... associate producer
Merritt Lear .... associate producer
Sean McKeough .... executive producer
Vasco Nunes .... co-producer
Vladimir Radovanov .... executive producer
Edward Salzano .... associate producer
Ondi Timoner .... producer
Austin Wilkin .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Marco D'Ambrosio (co-composer)
Ben Decter 
 
Cinematography by
Max Heller 
Vasco Nunes 
Ondi Timoner 
 
Film Editing by
Joshua Altman 
David Timoner (addtional editing)
Ondi Timoner 
 
Production Management
M. Elizabeth Hughes .... production manager
Scott Pourroy .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
Rick Ballard .... voiceover recording
Wade Barnett .... supervising sound editor
James Berek .... sound mixer
Michael Farkas .... sound effects editor
Steve Hollenbeck .... sound re-recording mixer
Travis MacKay .... adr recordist
Mark Patino .... sound mixer
Jon Tendrich .... sound mixer
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Wyatt Tuzo .... sound mixer (multiple segments)
David Louis Zuckerman .... sound recordist
 
Visual Effects by
J.S. Hart .... visual effects producer
James Hart .... visual effects producer
Richard Hirst .... digital compositor
Wolfgang Maschin .... inferno artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Lincoln Lewis .... additional camera operator
Juan Gabriel Perez Arjona .... "b" camera (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Scott Marvel .... mosaic graphic animation
Lindsay Zimmerman .... mosaic graphic animation
 
Editorial Department
Kassi Crews .... post-production coordinator
Tchavdar Georgiev .... additional editor
Aaron M. Green .... assistant editor
Jed Lackritz .... second assistant editor
Merritt Lear .... first assistant editor
Laura Madalinski .... assistant editor
Eric Pritchard .... first assistant editor
Mel Rodriguez .... additional editing
Anton Salaks .... first assistant editor
Sandra Valdivieso .... second assistant editor
Christopher Makoto Yogi .... second assistant editor
 
Music Department
Terri D'Ambrosio .... score supervisor
Liz Gallacher .... music supervisor
Alexandra Hill .... music supervision executive
Scott Johnson .... music editor
 
Other crew
Ryan Bowles .... production coordinator
Jordan Graham .... office coordinator
Caiti Hawkins .... researcher
Alexandra Hill .... music supervision executive
Kristin Lesko .... archival consultant
Christin Mizelle .... production coordinator
Justin Okin .... production assistant
Amanda Phillips .... production coordinator
Lauren Ro .... office coordinator
Christina Sahakian .... production coordinator
Sandra Valdivieso .... researcher
 
Thanks
Rick Ballard .... special thanks
Jonathan Becker .... special thanks
David H. Brooks .... special thanks
Joshua Greenberg .... special thanks
Allison Asay Sowers .... special thanks
Anthony Tambakis .... special thanks
 

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USA:90 min (Sundance Film Festival)
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Quotes:
Josh Harris:Lions and tigers used to be kings of the jungle and then one day they wound up in zoos - I suspect we're on the same track.See more »
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Moonage DaydreamSee more »

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7 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
A master of self-regard, 17 June 2010
Author: paul2001sw-1 (paul2001sw@yahoo.co.uk) from Saffron Walden, UK

There can be few more tedious groups of people than dot-com entrepreneurs and performance artists: Josh Harris was one of the former who thought himself one of the latter; and in this documentary of his life, he reveals himself to be every bit as self-regarding as you might expect him to be. That he has a collection of groupies willing to assert his utter brilliance is even more annoying. What it seems he has done right is to predict how the internet will change the world; what he has not shown is any ability to get the timing right when it comes to taking advantage of this in a business sense, or the ability to suggest how we can shape this evolving world to make it a better place. Instead, he seems to have specialised in freak shows that might have accurately predicted some unwelcome aspects of the future and whose funding has depended on the the false confidence they might prove lucrative. The fact that Harris has himself retreated from the world of the web is telling; as is the fact that the chief executive of myspace claims never to have heard of him. Far from being the "visionary" as his friends attest, Harris comes over simply as the boy with too many toys. The documentary is lively, however, and oddly entertaining, even though one quickly comes to dislike and distrust the film-maker (a certified Harris groupie) and participants alike.

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