Supported Embassy of France


Based on Ronald Deibert’s book of the same name, Nicholas de Pencier’s gripping Black Code follows “internet sleuths” – or cyber stewards – from the Toronto-based group Citizen Lab, who travel the world to expose unprecedented levels of global digital espionage. The film reveals exiled Tibetan monks attempting to circumvent China’s surveillance apparatus; Syrian citizens tortured for Facebook posts; Brazilian activists who use social media to livestream police abuses; and Pakistani opponents of online violence campaigns against women. As this battle for control of cyberspace is waged, our ideas of citizenship, privacy, and democracy are challenged to the very core.

Fresh View Cinemas on MONDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2017 at 17h00

Directed by Moussa Toure
Running Time: 1h27min
Year of Release: 2013
Country: Senegal, France
Language: English subs 


Cannes Nomination for the Un Certain Regard Award for director Moussa Toure
Lumiere Awards France 2013 for Best French Language Film (Won)
Munich Film Festival – ARRI Award for Best International Film (Won)