Deep Web is a 2015 documentary film directed by Alex Winter, chronicling events surrounding Silk Road, bitcoin and politics of the dark web.
Covering the trial of Ross Ulbricht, the documentary features interviews with Andy Greenberg and developer Amir Taaki. The film premiered at the 2015 South By Southwest film festival, and was winner of the audience choice award at Anthem Film Festival, 2016.
Deep Web is an EPIX Original Documentary written, directed and produced by Alex Winter with Marc Schiller and Glen Zipper also serving as producers. Winter and Schiller previously worked together on the documentary Downloaded, about the rise and fall of Napster. Zipper's prior credits include the Academy Award (R) winning Undefeated and the Grammy Award (R) winning Foo Fighters: Back and Forth. Seth Gordon (Print the Legend, Mitt, Freakonomics and Undefeated) is the executive producer, Andy Greenberg is the consulting producer, and Dan Swietlik (Sicko and An Inconvenient Truth) is the editor. Jill Burkhart and Ross Bernard are the executive producers for EPIX.
‘Although it's a fascinating subject, the director doesn't bring much rigour or insight to the complexity of the case.’ Globe and Mail
‘Narrated by Keanu Reeves, it plunges into the tangled web of secrecy, accusations and criminal activity - with implications for the future of technological freedom.’ Toronto Star
‘This intriguing documentary about alleged Silk Road website founder Ross Ulbricht may lack balance, but compels interest nonetheless.’ Variety
Anthem Film Festival, Las Vegas 2016, winner of the audience choice award
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