Not very long ago, robotics was more of a sci-fi motif rather than a concrete reality. Times they are a-changing though, and robots have found their way into a wide spectrum of our private and social life, blurring the lines between humans and machines. Visiting high-tech centers all around the globe and featuring interviews with specialists, this insightful documentary goes way beyond casting a glance at the mind-blowing scientific advancements of our times: it seeks answers to a range of baffling and challenging issues concerning morality, identity, and accountability, as society moves into uncharted waters.
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Direction: Maria Arlamovsky
Script: Maria Arlamovsky
Cinematography: Sebastian Arlamovsky
Editing: Emily Artmann, Alexander Gugitscher, Sebastian Arlamovsky, Maria Arlamovsky
Sound: Andreas Hamza, Hjalti Bager-Jonathansson, Thomas Cervenca, Sergey Martynyuk, Thomas Funk
Music: Andreas Hamza, Boris Hauf
Production: Nikolaus Geyrhalter Filmproduktion
Producers: Michael Kitzberger, Wolfgang Widerhofer, Nikolaus Geyrhalter, Markus Glaser
Executive producer: Michael Kitzberger
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Production Country: Austria
Production Year: 2019
Duration: 79΄
Contact: Autlook Filmsales
Awards/Distinctions: Gedanken-Aufschluss Award of the juvenile prisoners of JSA Regis-Breitingen – DOK Leipzig FF 2019

Maria Arlamovsky


1998 Angst Hab’ Ich Keine, Aber Leid Tu’ Ich Mir Jetzt Schon | Rubber Chicken Born at Home
2002 Laut und Deutlich | Loud and Clear
2008 Eines Tages, Nachts... | A White Substance (short)
2011 Looking for Qi
2016 Future Baby
2017 Father Mother Donor Child
2019 Robolove