The Fourth Industrial Revolution, a documentary directed by Marta Chierego for The World Economic Forum.
Today’s latest developments will be everyday things of tomorrow’s life. Whether self-driving cars, mobile supercomputing, artificially-intelligent robots, genetic editing, and neuro-technological brain enhancements, we are currently experiencing the evidence of a dramatic change and it’s happening at exponential speed. In thousands of years, mankind has freed itself from animal power, developed mass production and brought digital capabilities to billions of people around the globe. The present time is often referred to as “The Fourth Industrial Revolution”, which is fundamentally different to previous industrial revolutions. Today’s technology fuses the physical, digital, and biological worlds. By impacting all of these disciplines, the fourth industrial revolution is challenging fundamental ideas about what it means to be human. Please read more below.
Directed by Marta Chierego, a New York City based filmmaker, this most inspiring documentary has been produced for The World Economic Forum. With fascinating footage as well as numerous interviews with renowned business leaders, scientists, and politicians, the film is a great source of inspiration. Some stills and a list of full credits can be found at the end of the article.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, a documentary made for The World Economic Forum.
Directed by Marta Chierego
Title Sequence: Breeder
Cinematography: Javier Gesto, Gus Sacks, Marta Chierego
Additional footage shot by: George Lyon, Autumn Eakin
Edited by Fernando Guariniello, Marta Chierego
Original Music Composed by Mira Calix
Color Grading: El Colorado, Madrid
Sound Mixing: Silk Studios, London