DO YOU TRUST THIS COMPUTER Documentary Now Streaming Online for Free
Cinetic Media and Papercut Films in association with Diamond Docs announced last night, following the film's premiere, that the new artificial intelligence documentary DO YOU TRUST THIS COMPUTER? will be available to stream for free from Thursday midnightthrough Saturday midnight from the film's website, courtesy of entrepreneur Elon Musk. This will be concurrent with the film's Los Angeles theatrical engagement at the Laemmle Monica. The film will be available to rent and purchase on the website thereafter.
"Chris and his team have done an amazing job with this movie. It's a very important subject that will affect our lives in ways we can't even imagine - some scary, some good. It's a subject that I feel we should be paying close attention to," said Elon Musk. "I think it's important that a lot people see this movie, so I'm paying for it to be seen to the world for free this weekend."
DO YOU TRUST THIS COMPUTER? website: http://doyoutrustthiscomputer.org/
Directed by Chris Paine (Who Killed The Electric Car?) and executive produced by Chris Paine and Tiffany Asakawa, DO YOU TRUST THIS COMPUTER? examines the promises and perils of this developing era. Paine is a writer/director best known for his award-winning documentaries "Who Killed the Electric Car?" (2006) and its sequel "Revenge of the Electric Car" (2011). The film chronicled the life and death of the first modern era production electric car, GM's EV1. The acclaimed documentary film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival before its worldwide release by Sony Pictures Classics to become a box-office success and cult classic. In 2011, its sequel followed to chronicle the rebirth of the electric car and the race between start-up Tesla Motors and powerhouses Nissan, and General Motors. His films as executive producer include "Bikes vs Cars"(2015), "Charge" (2011), "Faster!" and "No Maps for These Territories" (2001) about futurist William Gibson.
Cinetic Media is a New York and Los Angeles-based film and media company that, since its founding in 2001, has provided an exclusive group of entertainment clients with advisory services in every aspect of development and operations related to motion pictures. The firm specializes in film finance, sales, distribution, talent management, and CORPORATE consulting, occupying a unique position in the film industry as representatives of marquee talent at the intersection of financing and distribution.
About Papercut Films:
Based in Culver City, CA, Papercut Films is an award-winning documentary production company lead by director/producer Chris Paine. Papercut Films has co-produced two documentaries directed by Mark Neale - "William Gibson: No Maps for these Territories" (1999) and Ewan McGregor's narrated international motorcycle racing cult classic "Faster" (2003), which led to a series of acclaimed sequels. Papercut's activist website "Counterspill" launched shortly (in the aftermath of the BP oil spill) to win 3 Webby Awards in 2012. Commercial clients included the US State Department, Apple Computer and the Amazon Conservation Team. In 2015, Papercut collaborated with WG Films in Sweden to co-produce Fredrik Gertten's international urban streets doc "Bikes vs Cars", which debuted at SXSW on Austin's first ever bicycle powered outdoor theater.
About Diamond Docs:
Diamond Docs is an Oscar®-winning film and television production company founded in 2006 by the multiple award winning team of Mark Monroe, (writer/producer), Paul Crowder (editor/director/musician), and Morgan Sackett (producer/director). Los Angeles Based Diamond Docs has recently collaborated on several high profile documentary projects; this year's Academy Award winner, Icarus, Ron Howard's Grammy winning and BAFTA nominated, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years, Leonardo DiCaprio's award winning, Before the Flood, and Steven Spielberg's award winning, Finding Oscar. Over the past 10 years, Diamond Docs has been associated with over 25 films, including the Monroe written documentary The Cove, winner of the Audience Award for Documentary at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival that went on to win the 2010 Oscar® for Best Documentary.