Lower Manhattan’s 60 Hudson Street is one of the world’s most concentrated hubs of Internet connectivity. This short documentary peeks inside, offering a glimpse of the massive material infrastructure that makes the Internet possible.
Written and edited by Ben Mendelsohn
Shot and animated by Alex Chohlas-Wood
Featuring interviews with Stephen Graham, Saskia Sassen, Dave Timmes of Telx, Rich Miller of datacenterknowledge.com, Stephen Klenert of Atlantic Metro Communications, and Josh Wallace of the City of Palo Alto Utilities.
HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD WINNER - Nielsen Reviews
Chicagoland Short Film Series Official Selection, 2015
Oxford Film Festival Official Selection, 2015
Katra Film Series, NYC, 2014
Oregon Underground Film Festival, 2014
Shirley Chambers is a woman who gained nationwide publicity because of the tragic loss of her four children to gun violence in America's most dangerous city, Chicago. A microcosm for Chicago gun violence and the national gun debate, this film celebrates the lives of and relives the deaths of Carlos, LaToya, Jerome, and Ronnie through the eyes of the person who loved them more than anything in the world, their mother.
Alrojo Films, 2014.
Special thanks to Ronit Films for the archival footage.