- 118 min
- Directed by: Alex Gibney
- UK release: 6 January 2016
Documentary looking at the creation by US and Israeli mililtary intelligences of the Stuxnet worm, which was designed to attack the computers that control Iran's nuclear program but which spread on the internet. Gibney has difficulty getting people to talk on the record but it's still a riveting examination of the future of digital warfare.
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Zero Days20 Dec 2016
Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney turns his attention to cyber-warfare with riveting results
Already one of the most prolific and punchy documentarians out there, Alex Gibney returns with Zero Days, an absorbing tale of digital warfare. The Oscar-winning director is no stranger to tech stories – whether he's illuminating Apple co-founder Steve…
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