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Screening: The Real Social Network

February 17, 2012 | by:

During the POINT conference, the screening of the film The Real Social Network by the group of authors from the Kitchen Sink Collective, which includes Srđan Keča, a guest of POINT conference. During the screening of the film, visitors of the POINT conference will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the reasons for making the film from the author, and will also have the opportunity to speak with the author about the film and the subject which the film deals with.

The Real Social Network

2011 UK, 75 minutes
A Kitchen Sink Collective Film
directed by: Ludovica Fales, Srdjan Keca and Isis Thompson
produced by: Quark Films
editor: Adelina Bichis
original music: Jon Wygens, Alcyona Mick and Stay+

Protest has changed. Between the first UK student protests in November 2010 and the global uprising in the spring of 2011, a new radicalism, fuelled by modern technology, has hit the streets.

Over 6 months of government cuts, a collective of filmmakers has had exclusive access to the backroom meetings of a group of London students as they hacked software, occupied universities and shut down banks. In the process, they’ve helped build the movement currently sending ripples across the globe.

The Real Social Network captures the passion, the anger and the technology that has forever changed the game between those in power and us.

Ludovica Fales, Srdjan Keca and Isis Thompson are members of the London-based Kitchen Sink Collective. You can read more about Kitchen Sink at