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The Creepy Line

This feature documentary reveals the stunning degree to which society is manipulated by Google and Facebook, and blows the lid off the remarkably subtle and powerful manner in which they do it. Offering first-hand accounts, scientific experiments and detailed analysis, the film examines what is at risk when these tech titans have free reign to utilize the public’s most private and personal data.

Directed by M. A. Taylor
Written by Peter Schweizer and M. A. Taylor
Produced by Michelle Taylor, Peter Schweizer, Eric Eggers, William Pilgrim

Featuring interviews with Jordan B. Peterson, Robert Epstein, Peter Schweizer, Brad Shear, and Luther Lowe

Two versions available: One-hour (1 x 54') television version, and original feature version (1 x 82').

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Rights Available
  • Educational: Worldwide
  • Linear TV (FreeTV, PayTV, OTT): Worldwide
  • Non-Theatrical (Airlines, etc.): Worldwide
  • TVOD (EST, DTO, DTR, CableVOD) : Worldwide
  • VOD Streaming (AVOD, FVOD, SVOD): Worldwide

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Program Details
  • Format: 1 x 54 Minutes
  • Production Year: 2018
  • Supplier: Wandering Foot Productions
  • Original Language: English

"A new documentary, The Creepy Line, suggests that Google is not living up to its primary motto: "Don’t be Evil." Instead, it is involved in activities that should be viewed with some concern by anyone who values privacy and freedom of speech." -K.V. Turley, Crisis Magazine

"Le journaliste a enquêté sur l'utilisation de nos données par Google et Facebook. Le film The Creepy Line est disponible sur Amazon dès ce week-end." -Le Matin

"But the evidence we have suggests something arguably scarier than a political rampage: that Google and Facebook (among other companies) have created unpredictable sorting systems that are too sweeping and complicated to fully control, designed surveillance and data-mining tools without considering their dangers, and achieved a level of ubiquity that makes escaping their orbit nearly impossible. Despite its dark name, The Creepy Line appeals to the comforting logic of conspiracy: when something goes wrong in life, it’s because an all-powerful entity thinks you’re important enough to attack." -Adi Robertson, The Verge

"The Creepy Line makes a compelling case that a small number of people at a few Silicon Valley companies have tremendous power to do creepy things." -John Stossel

"Terrifying and important." -Kyle Smith, The National Review

"A new documentary examines the way in which sites like Google and Facebook can influence people's thoughts through their control of private information." -Michael Gryboski, Christian Post

"An important examination of just how important the battle for free speech online has become." -Lucas Nolan, Breitbart

"What The Creepy Line does, though, is remind us of how truly easy it is to manipulate users by framing and selecting the information they see." - Ryan McMaken, The Mises Institute

"The film is not partisan. In fact, the foundational research of the film was conducted by Dr. Robert Epstein. Epstein, a behavioral psychologist, supported Hillary Clinton for president." -Rachel Alexander, The Stream


Official Selection:
- Chandler Film Festival, Official Selection
- Transitions Film Festival, Official Selection
- San Luis Obispo Film Festival, Official Selection
- Socially Relevant Film Festival, Official Selection
- New Media Film Festival, Official Selection
- Bozeman Festival, Official Selection
- MaPlante Festival, Official Selection
- Colortape Festival, Winner Best Documentary
- Socially Relevant Festival, Winner Brave Documentary
- Seoul International Film Festival
- Alexandre Traunder Art/Film Festival in Szolnok, Hungary

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