Black Code


Synopsis

Toronto-based documentary filmmaker and cinematographer Nicholas De Pencier (Four Wings and a Prayer, Watermark) examines the complex global impact that the internet has had on matters of free speech, privacy and activism.
Original Languages: English, French
Genre: Documentary
Running Time: 88:40 minutes
Year: 2015

CREDITS

DIRECTED BY
Nick De Pencier

TRAILER


PHOTOS

A scene from BLACK CODE, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
A scene from BLACK CODE, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
A scene from BLACK CODE, Courtesy of Mongrel Media.
Director, Nick De Pencier
Citizen Lab director Ronald Deibert. Credit (c) Nicolett Jakab. Courtesy Mongrel Media.
Staff meeting at the Citizen Lab. Credit (c) Black Code Media Inc. Courtesy Mongrel Media.
"Don't Censor the Internet" helmet. Credit (c) Black Code Media Inc. Courtesy Mongrel Media.
Tibetan monk Golog Jigme describing his arrest. Credit (c) Black Code Media Inc. Courtesy Mongrel Media.
Cellphone and Tibetan scrolls in a Monastery in Dharamsala, India. Credit (c) Black Code Media Inc. Courtesy Mongrel Media.
A Tibetan monk sitting outside in Dharamsala, India. (c) Black Code Media Inc. Courtesy Mongrel Media.
Tibetan Monk, Kanyag Tsering, looking at the wall commemorating Tibetans who have self-immolated. Credit (c) Black Code Media Inc. Courtesy Mongrel Media.
Ron Deibert at the Citizen Lab. Credit (c) Black Code Media Inc. Courtesy Mongrel Media.
Citizen Lab director Ronald Deibert. Credit (c) Citizen Lab. Courtesy Mongrel Media.