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  1. Dreams Rewired is a response to and a meditation upon the philosophy of our increasingly mediated world; privacy, anxiety, and power shifts are just snippets of the film's greater messages.

  2. Frasi celebri dal film Dreams Rewired Un film di Manu Luksch , Martin Reinhart , Thomas Tode . Documentario , durata 88 min. - Austria, Germania, Gran Bretagna 2015 .

  3. DECEMBER 16 – 24 9 DAYS DREAMS REWIRED DIRECTED BY MANU LUKSCH, MARTIN REINHART, AND THOMAS TODE AUSTRIA/GERMANY/UK 2015 88 MINS. IN ENGLISH ICARUS FILMS Tilda Swinton takes us on a dense, poetic journey through the history of connectivity – from radio, the phonograph, movies, television, and the telephone to today’s digital age. Drawing upon nearly 200 films made between the 1880s and ...

  4. artin Reinhart is a film-maker, film technician, concept developer and writer living in Vienna. He set up his own film technology workshop in 1998 and in 2009 founded Indiecam GmbH . His film work has been presented at numerous exhibitions and festivals, as has a self-developed film technique, and the short film named after this technique tx-transform , which he produced with Virgil Widrich.

  5. Scheda film Dreams Rewired (2015) | Leggi la recensione, trama, cast completo, critica e guarda trailer, foto, immagini, poster e locandina del film diretto da Manu Luksch, Martin Reinhart, Thomas Tode con Tilda Swinton

  6. 14 dic 2015 · Dreams Rewired. The documentary isn’t advancing an argument so much as simply restating a European socialistic breed of fact. “Ours is a time of total connection,” narrator Tilda Swinton proclaims, or warns us, at the start of Dreams Rewired, an essay film about the repeated broken promise of a truly democratic technology.

  7. 16 dic 2015 · Dreams Rewired traces the desires and anxieties of today’s hyper-connected world back more than a hundred years, when telephone, film and television were new. As revolutionary then as contemporary social media is today, early electric media sparked a fervent utopianism in the public imagination – promising total communication, the annihilation of distance, an end to war. But then, too ...