Index on Censorship presents… Erasing David

Next Friday, 16th April, Index on Censorship is proud to presents

a free preview screening of the film Erasing David at the Free Word Centre, followed by panel discussion

View the trailer here

David Bond lives in the UK, one of the most intrusive surveillance states in the world.  He decides to find out how much private companies and the government know about him by attempting to disappear – a decision that changes his life forever. Leaving his pregnant wife and young child behind he tries to vanish and finds himself tracked across the database state by two ruthless private investigators.  This is a chilling journey that forces him to contemplate the meaning of privacy – and its loss.

This is one of a few exclusive preview screenings before a nationwide cinema release on the 29th April. Jo Glanville, the editor of Index on Censorship, will introduce the film and will lead a Q&A afterwards with the Director and the private investigators who hunted him.

“Delivered with one hand on your pulse and the other hand smacking you in the face, Erasing David is a timely clarion call to those of us interested in guarding our civil liberties in an increasingly invasive digital age. An intelligent and subtle reminder that YOU are in charge.” – Sheffield Doc/Fest UK “A brilliant new documentary.” – Henry Porter, The Guardian

“A rousing and fascinating call to arms to protect our privacy.”- The Independent, UK

Please email: bookings@freewordonline.com or call 020 7324 2570 to book your FREE place.

Directions

This screening will take place at the Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Road, EC1R 3GA

Closest tubes: Farringdon, Angel

For more information about the nationwide cinema release, please visit the official Erasing David website

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