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Synopsis

The United States is a vast landscape of conspiracy theories. Stoked by the internet, the flames of fake news challenge our notions of reality on a daily basis. In fact, we’re presently experiencing a defining moment for conspiracy theories. Daniel J. Clark’s fascinating documentary Behind the Curve dares to take on what is possibly the King of All Conspiracy Theories: that the Earth is flat instead of spherical. Flat-Earth societies have been around since the mid-20th century and were on the decline—then the internet happened, and a brand new American flat-Earth movement began to coalesce. This documentary follows some of the loudest voices in the movement, proclaiming their truth through live appearances, podcasts and websites.

Director
Daniel J. Clark
Thu, 22.11.2018
2:15 pm
Tallinn, 
Apollo Kino Solaris
Hall 3
071101
Subtitles: 
EST
Screening code: 071101
Tue, 27.11.2018
3:00 pm
Tartu, 
Cinamon
Hall 4
121702
Subtitles: 
EST
Screening code: 121702
Thu, 29.11.2018
12:00 pm
Tallinn, 
Kino Sõprus
140902
Subtitles: 
EST
Screening code: 140902
Film info
Country: United States
Year: 2018
Duration: 96 minutes
Language: English
Director: Daniel J. Clark
Producers: Caroline Clark, Nick Andert, Daniel J. Clark
DOP: Terrance Stewart
Montage: Nick Andert
Composer: Bryan Ricker
Production: DELTA-V PRODUCTIONS
Synopsis

The United States is a vast landscape of conspiracy theories. Stoked by the internet, the flames of fake news challenge our notions of reality on a daily basis. In fact, we’re presently experiencing a defining moment for conspiracy theories. Daniel J. Clark’s fascinating documentary Behind the Curve dares to take on what is possibly the King of All Conspiracy Theories: that the Earth is flat instead of spherical. Flat-Earth societies have been around since the mid-20th century and were on the decline—then the internet happened, and a brand new American flat-Earth movement began to coalesce. This documentary follows some of the loudest voices in the movement, proclaiming their truth through live appearances, podcasts and websites.

Director
Daniel J. Clark