Star Wars Kid: The Rise of the Digital Shadows

Star Wars Kid: The Rise of the Digital Shadows

| 1 h 20 min

Ghyslain Raza, better known as the “Star Wars Kid,” breaks his silence to reflect on our hunger for content and the right to be forgotten in the digital age.

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Star Wars Kid: The Rise of the Digital Shadows, Mathieu Fournier, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • None
    Ghyslain Raza
    La boîte ronde
    Yannick Carrier
    Mélanie Lasnier
  • participation
    Ghyslain Raza
    Andy Baio
    Jean-Michel Berthiaume
    Christian Bouchard
    Amanda Brennan
    Nina Duque
    Kate Eichhorn
    Katharina Niemeyer
    Kathleen Rouillard
    Jonathan Trudel
    François Vigeant
    Alys Angers
    Charlyn Bergeron
    Meagan Boisclair
    Olivier Gélinas
    Elie Grégoire
    Édouard Labbé
    Florence Lamothe
    Jayden Roy
  • réalisateur
    Mathieu Fournier
  • scénariste
    Mathieu Fournier
    Jonathan Trudel
  • recherche
    Mathieu Fournier
    Jean-Michel Berthiaume
    Jonathan Trudel
  • assistant à la réalisation
    Maude-Émilie St-Pierre
  • consultant au contenu
    Ghyslain Raza
  • directeur de la photographie
    Maxime Pilon-Lalande
  • caméraman
    Alexandre Fréchette
    Marc Warden
  • assistance à la caméra
    Charles Hardy
  • prise de son
    Sylvain Vary
    Stéfane Kirouac
  • monteur
    Carmen Mélanie Pépin
  • soutien technique
    Pierre Dupont
    Marie-Josée Gourde
    Patrick Trahan
  • recherchiste d'archives
    Karine Perron
  • consultant aux projections
    Amelia Scott
  • traduction
    Trans & Sub Coop
  • sous-titrage
    Trans & Sub Coop
  • directeur artistique
    Marc-Antoine Jacques
    Mathieu Lalumière
  • concepteur d'animation
    Mathieu Lalumière
  • graphiste additionnel
    Mélanie Bouchard
  • montage en ligne
    Yannick Carrier
  • conception sonore
    Sylvain Bellemare
    Luc Raymond
    Stan Sakell
  • ré-enregistrement
    Isabelle Lussier
  • coordonnateur de production
    Alexandre Bouchard
    Dominique Fecteau
    Noémie Rioux
    Chinda Phommarinh
    Alexandra Bourque
  • directeur de la post-production
    Éline Sanschagrin
  • assistant au montage
    Mélanie Bénard
    Anne-Sophie Borduas
    Alex Trépanier
  • responsable technique
    Harold Lopez Garroz
  • assistant technique
    Francis Robert
  • direction des finances
    Caroline Côté
  • comptable de production
    Samantha Servant
  • coordonnateur principal de production
    Joëlle Lapointe
  • coordonnateur technique
    Daniel Claveau
    Mira Mailhot
  • coordonnateur de studio
    Gabrielle Dupont
    Stéphanie Lazure
  • administrateur
    Sia Koukoulas
  • responsable juridique
    Peter Kallianiotis
  • agent, marketing
    Karine Sévigny
  • coordonnateur du marketing
    Eric Bondo
  • services juridiques
    Lussier & Khouzam
  • financement intérimaire
    Banque Nationale du Canada
    Groupe cinéma et télévision
  • direction des programmes culture, société et documentaires
    Virginie Langlois
    Sophie Bélanger
  • producteur
    Annie Bourdeau
    Pierre-Mathieu Fortin
  • producteur exécutif
    Nathalie Cloutier
    Raphaëlle Huysmans
    Philippe Lamarre

  • Daniel K

    A fascinating documentary on one of those early examples of Web 2.0 going awry. The subject of the documentary, whose life was severely impacted by the sudden infamy caused by having a video uploaded without his consent, is someone mostly forgotten, but not completely: the internet doesn't forget. The documentary goes beyond just being a sort of "Where are they now?" episode on an early viral video sensation to examine our changing relationship with internet content creation, sharing, and consumption; it is hard to believe how much has changed in less than twenty years. It is also an emotional, compelling story. Bravo!

    Daniel K, 16 Avr 2022
  • None

    Not only is this a stunning documentary about issues so central to our lives these days, it is also a shining example of excellence in film (video?) making. The structure, cinematography, sound design and the technical skills are exemplary. I hope it does well on the awards circuits, but even more, I would like to see it grow in reach and audience. Once more the question, "What good is the NFB?" is answered by the quality of the work which says to others that try as they might they probably are never going to be as good as the best of the NFB.

    None, 4 Avr 2022
  • Gary Horsman

    Gave me a lot to think about this so-called brave new media we’re all living in. Très bien fait. Merci!

    Gary Horsman, 4 Avr 2022
  • None

    Fascinating. I remember this clearly and it's terrible what Ghyslain had to endure. Really, he just wanted to be an alien or something, and his dreams just got shat on like Ashley Blue in some underground skin flick.

    None, 4 Avr 2022
  • Leonardo Bensignor


    Leonardo Bensignor, 3 Avr 2022