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Robot World – A meeting with your alternate double

DIR: Martin Hans Schmitt
2010 / Germany / 60 min

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The non-verbal documentary Robot World depicts the evolution of robots from a mechanical somnambulist to an autonomous sensorium. The neoclassical violinist Matt Howden emphasizes the film’s message: these artificial people are our alternate doubles.

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About

Director Martin Hans Schmitt
Screenplay Martin Hans Schmitt
Dir. of Photography
Editing Martin Hans Schmitt
Music Matt Howden
Sound Martin Hans Schmitt
Duration 60 min
Year 2010
Country Germany
Colour Colour
Tags comunications, essay, observational, poetic, science
Production martinhansschmitt.com
martinhansschmitt.com
Address:  Albrechtstr. 24
City:  80636 Munich
Country:  Germany
Web:  www.martinhansschmitt.com/
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Phone:  +49-89-3085456
Cell phone:  +49-89-3085456
Fax:  +49-89-3085456

Distribution martinhansschmitt.com
martinhansschmitt.com
Address:  Albrechtstr. 24
City:  80636 Munich
Country:  Germany
Web:  www.martinhansschmitt.com/
E-mail:  ,
Phone:  +49-89-3085456
Cell phone:  +49-89-3085456
Fax:  +49-89-3085456

Festivals

BAFICI, Buenos Aires Festival ...

BAFICI, Buenos Aires Festival International De Cine Independiente 2011, Argentine
FIPA - International Festival of Audivisual Programs 2011, France
MARFICI, Festival Internacional De Cine Independiente De Mar Del Plata 2011, Argentine

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