World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival

Received The Women in Film Award from National Geographic at Sundance

Winner of Audience Award for Best Documentary at Maui Film Festival


The Museum of Tolerance presents a special preview screening of


Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 8:00pm

PLEASE NOTE: This screening is being rescheduled. We apologize for the inconvenience.

You can see the film at it's premiere at the Arclight Hollywood on September 30, 2011.

Q&A with Director, Tiffany Shlain after the screening.

*In LA theaters Sept. 30 so be the first to see it*

Have you ever faked a restroom trip to check your email? Slept with your laptop? Or become so overwhelmed that you just unplugged from it all? In this funny, eye-opening, and inspiring film, Director Tiffany Shlain takes audiences on an exhilarating rollercoaster ride to discover what it means to be connected in the 21st century. From founding The Webby Awards to being a passionate advocate for The National Day of Unplugging, Shlain's love/hate relationship with technology serves as the springboard for a thrilling exploration of modern life...and our interconnected future. Equal parts documentary and memoir, the film unfolds during a year in which technology and science literally become a matter of life and death for the director. As Shlain's father battles brain cancer and she confronts a high-risk pregnancy, her very understanding of connection is challenged. Using a brilliant mix of animation, archival footage, and home movies, Shlain reveals the surprising ties that link us not only to the people we love but also to the world at large. A personal film with universal relevance, CONNECTED explores how, after centuries of declaring our independence, it may be time for us to declare our interdependence instead.

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