London, United Kingdom
A human rights activist is interrogated and prosecuted under terror laws for refusing to disclose the passwords to his electronic devices during a border stop. Untitled Digital Privacy Project is a hybrid feature documentary that asks: how has a rapidly-evolving technological landscape redefined the delicate relationship between the citizen and the state?
Kate Stonehill is an award-winning filmmaker whose work explores power, identity, and citizenship in the digital age. Her films embrace the nexus between visual art and journalism, playing with genre conventions to investigate truth. She has exhibited work at the BFI London Film Festival, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, DOC NYC, AFI Docs, and Sheffield Doc/Fest, and is a recipient of the 2020 Logan Nonfiction Fellowship. Her upcoming feature documentary has been supported by the Tribeca Film Institute, Catapult Film Fund, and BFI/Doc Society.