A leading documentary film festival asks ‘What’s in a meme?’

By Adam Woodward

This year’s Thessaloniki Documentary Festival will explore the origins and evolution of an internet phenomenon.

#Irrelevant: Is Hollywood losing the fight against social media?

By Tom Duggins

Film is no longer the most culturally important medium for young people, but some directors are striking back.

Jawline director Liza Mandelup on the alienation of Gen Z

By Jenna Mahale

The award-winning filmmaker on the intricacies of influencer culture and the emotional economy of the internet.

Discover the director’s cut of Olivier Assays’ Demonlover

By Anton Bitel

The French filmmaker explores the dark side of the internet age in this erotic thriller from 2002.

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