THE PEOPLE'S CLOUD is a documentary film that gets to the bottom of the internet; investigating the ecology and impact of cloud computing on the lives of those who use it, the places it is physically located in and the people who work to maintain it.
Traveling across Europe the film searches for the sites and sounds that make up infrastructure of the internet. From secretive data centre factories and network exchange hubs to submarine cables and fibre optic landing sites, THE PEOPLE'S CLOUD investigates the environmental and geopolitical impact of mobile data storage, asking engineers, technicians, manufacturers, marketing experts, salespeople, economists, husbands, wives, family members and artists what 'the cloud' means to them and what this data boom has meant to their lives.
Directed by Matt Parker
Running Time: 54 Min 58 Sec
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Original Format: HD video
Screening Format: DCP (2K Flat) Available
Director: Matt Parker
Cinematography: Sebastien Dehesdin
Additional Cinematography: Michael James Lewis, Matt Parker
Sound and Composition: Matt Parker
Assistant Composer: Gary Salomon
Dubbing Mixer: Chris Amblin
Editor: Matt Parker
Motion Graphics: Matt Parker
Colorist: Sebastien Dehesdin