Analogue People in a Digital Age
As the analogue age draws to a close, eight men sit in an Irish bar and battle to remain relevant in the digital world.
10 – 15 | 2013 | Anthropology | Documentary | Ireland | Observational
It is the day of the analogue to digital switchover of television transmission. Conversations about life, death and quantum physics mix with pints to create a surreal document of the switchover day and of people caught between two worlds. The TV in the corner a harbinger of this technological future.
Taking inspiration from that little piece of information that is lost in the transfer from analogue to digital, the film examines who and what is lost in the relentless rush forward.
This film was made as part of the Irish Film Board/Bord Scannán na hÉireann Reality Bites short documentary scheme 2013.
Keith was described by Felim Mc Dermott, programmer of the Galway Film Fleadh as a major new Irish talent. He has beenmaking documentaries since 2005. Keith also works as a freelance editor and cameraman films and edits his own work and also works as a freelance editor and cameraman.
Analogue People in the Digital Age has been part of the 021 Capalbio | GSF’s Exclusive Showcase.
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