The Mobile Revolution
|The Mobile Revolution|
|Directed by||Magnus Sjöström|
|Produced by||UR Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company|
|Written by||Magnus Sjöström|
|Music by||Thomas Tjärnkvist|
|Cinematography||Niclas Juho Jensen|
|Edited by||Bernard Lebourne|
|Distributed by||Java Films|
The documentary was produced by UR, The Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company and was broadcast on Sweden's biggest TV channel SVT in December 2014. It has since aired in several European and Asian countries.
Scenes from the film feature Richard Frenkiel returning to Bell Labs in Holmdel, New Jersey where the basic cellular technology was developed, Martin Cooper of Motorola explaining how he made the world's first call in public from a cellular phone and Jorma Ollila describing how Nokia pioneered the transition from analog to digital cell phones.
The documentary also features segments describing the effect of camera phones on journalism, the development and impact of the first iPhone and security hazards related to smartphones.
The film ends with a discussion about the consequences of being constantly connected. The filmmakers visit a "rehab camp" for young people with technology addiction outside Seattle and also meet with Danny Bowman, Great Britain's first diagnosed "selfie addict".
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