The digital era has provided humanity with groundbreaking technology and levels of interactivity, but is all this convenience coming at a greater cost? And in a world without sext-messaging, could Anthony Weiner have become mayor of New York City? Questions like these exist within Dominic White’s debut documentary feature DSKNECTD, which endeavors to look at how the Internet has changed the way people experience one another.
The film debuted as an official selection of the Tacoma Film Festival and was also a winner at the 2013 ArcLight Documentary Film Festival. It will be available on demand starting June 3rd. Watch the trailer below: