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After this content becomes available November 6th at 1:00 am GMT+1, you'll have 7 days to start watching. Once you begin, you'll have 48 hours to finish watching.  

Select any of the dates below to go to the viewing platform. They are a remnant of the old system!


On 9 November, 21:00 there is a live Q&A with director Maria Arlamovsky.

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Well beyond a discussion simply about robots, Robolove is a compelling exploration of self and what it means to be human. Do we need androids that resemble humans?

Do they provide some bridge between humans and machines? Or will they provide a way for us to pass our legacy to future generations? Scientists go to extraordinary lengths to stitch the perfect eyebrow, train a computer to interact, or provide plausible responses to a question; yet it's the conversations between the robot makers and their work — such as the inner dialogue between Hiroshi Ishiguro and himself as Geminoid — that provide many poignant moments in this documentary.

From the opening scenes and throughout, Maria Arlamovsky has given us a beautiful work with many questions to ponder.

 

'RoboLove, with its stunning images by Sebastian Arlamovsky, is a frightening documentary: do we really want our future in the hands of these technocratic scientists, who at best will replicate the contradictions of human life today?' - Filmuforia

 


On 9 November, 21:00 there is a live Q&A with director Maria Arlamovsky.

Once you have purchased your film ticket, you can join the live Q&A simply by selecting the Q&A box from the right sidebar on the viewing platform and then clicking “enter livestream” at the designated time. There is a countdown clock on the livestream window to let you know when it will start.

Join live for the chance to submit your questions.

Q&As will also be recorded and made available to ticket holders for the duration of the program availability window.