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Radical Games Against the Tyranny of Entertainment

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Director: Paolo Pedercini

Screenwriters: Jim Munroe

Institute History

  • 2012 Sundance Film Festival

Description

Molleindustria’s Radical Games Against the Tyranny of Entertainment take on Big Oil, fast food, cell phones, the military and the economy of free ideas.

These works are included:

Unmanned: Pilot an unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) over a war zone while conversing with your spouse in the suburbs.

Oiligarchy: Become king of the petroleum era: explore and drill around the world, corrupt politicians, stop alternative energy, and increase oil addiction. Have fun before natural resources run out.

McDonald’s Video Game: Create pastures, lead animals to slaughter, learn restaurant management and branding, and discover the secrets behind the success of one of the biggest companies in the world.

Free Culture: Learn about the struggle between free culture and copyright.

Orgasm Simulator: Develop on-screen confidence and learn to orchestrate your partner's moans with your own.

Phone Story: Get in touch with the dark side of your favorite smartphone with this educational game recently banned from the App Store.

Screening Details

  • Section: New Frontier Artist
  • Film Type: Artist
  • Country: U.S.A.
  • Run Time: 0 min.
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