Life 2.0

Directed by Jason Spingarn-Koff

Whether your a fan of Second Life or not, this new documentary looks at the dark abandonment of real life, for a virtual world where relationships are formed, new economies exist and alternative lives are formed. Every day, across the corners of the world thousands of users log into cyberspace. This documentary manages to question not only who we are, but also who we long to be and the obscure lure of manufactured identities.

Screening as part of Abandon Normal Devices, produced by Cornerhouse, FACT and folly. See the full programme on the AND festival website



“A peerless study… every thread here raises a provocative question about the ethics of online interactivity, and serves to demonstrate the Web’s ability to both facilitate and destroy human relationships.” Variety



£5.50 full / £4 concs

100 minutes


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