For so many of us, our relationship with technology is a trying, push-pull affair — not least of all when we’re also trying to make some kind of meditative or contemplative approach part of our lives as well. It’s that kind of conflict that informed filmmaker Tiffany Shlain — the subject of our November issue‘s Q&A by Rod Meade Sperry — as she went forth to create her new documentary, Connected: An Autobiography About Love, Death, and Technology.
The entire Q&A is now online. See what Shlain has to say about how being connected online can be both good and bad for us, how her family has learned to unplug mindfully thanks to “technology Shabbats,” and more. Read the Q&A here.
And: Click here to watch the Connected trailer. And by the way, the the film is currently playing in New York City, through Oct 28, at the Chelsea Village. It will be opening in Denver on Oct 28 at the Chez Artiste theater.