Audiovisual Talks is a seminar series with the goal of providing knowledge and inspiring those who are working with film, television and motion picture to continue to create strong stories and experiences for the future.
On December 3, Audiovisual Talks invites you to an exclusive panel discussion about the film Grab Them – on art, democracy, and the technical challenges of working with deep fake. Grab Them is a unique short film written and directed by Morgane Dziurla-Petit and produced by the production company GötaFilm. The film is using deep fake technology to make the actor look like an American president.
What are the technical challenges of creating deep fake movies? How far can you go? And how can this affect democracy, when we no longer know what is true or false?
The event will include a presentation of the AI technology used for creating the deep fake that was done in the infrastructure of AI Sweden.
The presentation will be followed by a discussion with a panel consisting of the director and screenwriter Morgane Dziurla-Petit, the producer Paul Blomgren DoVan, the deep-fake technician John Harrysson and the specialist on democracy and ethics Carl Heath. We will discuss the challenges of creating the movie, as well as the ethics and democracy aspects of working with deep fake. Moderator is Ebba Josefson Lindqvist, AI Sweden.
The seminar is free of charge but you need to register!
Audiovisual Talks is a national collaboration project arranged by Film&TV at Lindholmen Science Park and Filmkontoret, Göteborg Stad in collaboration with AI Sweden, Filmbasen/Film Stockholm, Film i Skåne, FilmCloud/Förvaltningen för kulturutveckling - VGR and Visual Arena at Lindholmen Science Park