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The Creepy Line


THE CREEPY LINE a film by M.A.Taylor USA 2018

"A film that Google would not want you to see" filmfestivals.com - Best for Fest 

An eye-opening documentary, The Creepy Line reveals the stunning degree to which society is manipulated by Google and Facebook and blows the lid off the remarkably subtle – hence powerful – manner in which they do it.

The Creepy Line is a title culled from the words of former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, when during a 2010 interview he explained Google’s code of conduct: “The Google policy on a lot of things is to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it.”

However, as Dr. Robert Epstein explains in the film, “Google crosses the creepy line every day”. Containing ground-breaking interviews with Jordan B. Peterson, Peter Schweizer, and others, The Creepy Line offers an explosive look at the meddling and intervening done by Google and Facebook on their supposedly “neutral platforms”.

The Creepy Line takes the conversation about data privacy and control further than ever before by examining what Google and Facebook do once they control a user’s data. Not only is this data sold to the highest bidder, but it is used it to mold, massage, and manipulate the public consciousness while influencing opinion on a vast scale - all with the goal of transforming society to fit their worldview.

Offering first-hand accounts, scientific experiments and detailed analysis, The Creepy Line examines what is at risk when these two tech titans have free reign to utilize the public’s most private and personal data to manipulate society.

There is no question that the “creepy line” is getting ever-creepier, and that the tech giants have crossed it.

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The Creepy Line ready to please the Anthem Libertarian Film Festival

 

 

July 17 – 20, 2019

Anthem Libertarian Film Festival presents the year's best films about personal and civil liberty. We seek narrative films and documentaries about self-reliance, innovation, entrepreneurship, individual rights, and the power of persuasion over force. And we love shorts.

Why should you choose Anthem? Most film festivals struggle to attract an audience to watch their movies. But that's not a problem at Anthem, where filmmakers often screen to standing-room-only audiences. That's because Anthem is part of FreedomFest, “the world’s largest gathering of free minds.” With over 2,500 attendees, 250 speakers, and a cadre of journalists on Media Row, FreedomFest provides a ready audience of eager viewers for Anthem’s filmmakers, as well as expert panelists for post-screening discussions.

Filmmakers have a blast at Anthem. They go to yoga classes in the mornings, listen to fascinating speakers during the day, watch and comment on each other's movies, network with filmmakers and potential producers, and celebrate at our Gala Awards Banquet. And FreedomFest attendees love the film festival. Viewers pack the theater.

Perhaps even more impressive is the fact that so many of our films have gone on to find distribution when carrying the Anthem laurel. "Seized," which premiered at Anthem in 2016 and won our award for Best Short Documentary, went on to win an Emmy in 2017. So did "Saber Rock" in 2018. Our 2017 grand prize winners both found distribution deals and critical acclaim: Ramsey Denison's expose of police brutality and corruption, "What Happened in Vegas" and Courtney Balaker's full-length narrative "Little Pink House," with A-list actors and an outstanding libertarian theme about eminent domain. Our 2016 grand prize winner, "Can We Take a Joke?" topped several critics' lists for documentaries that summer. Another of our 2016 films, "Raiders! The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made" reached 92% on RottenTomatoes during its theater run. Our 2014 winner, "Poverty, Inc.," screened at several prestigious festivals worldwide, -- and we screened it first at Anthem. f you're a filmmaker creating movies about individual liberty, you need to be at Anthem.

FreedomFest invites the best and brightest minds to speak about geo-politics, health & wellness, finance, history & philosophy, science & technology, art & literature, investments and more, attracting an audience of intelligent influencers and free thinkers. In 2017 William Shatner and producer Fraser Heston headlined the conference, and Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary is our keynote speakr in 2019. Regular speakers include publisher Steve Forbes, Whole Foods CEO John Mackey, Skeptic Magazine publisher Michael Shermer, and Hollywood's biographer, Marc Eliot. We've also hosted science fiction authors David Brin and Orson Scott Card. FreedomFest speakers are available for your post-screening panel.

Why the name "Anthem"? 
We think Anthem is the perfect name for our film festival. An anthem is a choral composition that stirs its hearers to action. We consider our Anthem to be a similar voice of warning, one that stirs viewers to action against both tyranny and mediocrity.

"Anthem" is also the title of Ayn Rand's second novel, and for pure storytelling, we think it's her best book. Set in a dystopian future when the concept of individuality has been completely stamped out, it tells the story of a man who discovers this suppressed truth: all humans are and ought to be free to think and act for themselves. Written in 1937, "Anthem" was a precursor to such great warning voices as George Orwell's "1984" (1948), Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451" (1953), and Lois Lowry's "The Giver" (1992).

Serendipitously, "Anthem" is also the name of a little town near Las Vegas, Nevada, where FreedomFest and Anthem Libertarian Film Festival are held in the middle of July each year. We hope to see you at Paris Resort, Las Vegas, July 17-20, 2019.

Libertarian films tell stories about choice, opportunity, and overcoming obstacles. They often point out the unintended consequences of government intervention, but they're just as likely to present a personal struggle for self-expression. They show us how to make the world a better place simply by making our own lives better. If that describes your film, we urge you to submit it to Anthem!

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