A history of digital creativity by German director/critic Hermann Vaske.

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A history of digital creativity by German director/critic Hermann Vaske.

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A jumble of somewhat informative topics about today's digital landscape
7 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let's face it: we all want to get to know the digital world around us. How is it evolving? How does it affect our everyday lives? Where is it heading? I suppose this is a film that is exactly that kind of film, but I'm not quite sure.

Director Hermann Vaske lays out a series of disjointed topics presented on screen, under the heading of an exploration of digital creativity, according to the IMDb page's official synopsis. I'm not exactly sure the purpose of this film except that it is indeed an exploration of the digital landscape. But where are we headed? What should we look for? The end of the film certainly doesn't give a definitive direction, nor a definitive conclusion. It appears that only a summary of each explored topic relating to the digital landscape has been stitched together to make an uncertain quilt of a movie. Disappointing.


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