Imagine a world where everyone had access to the sum of all human knowledge.
Truth In Numbers? Everything, According to Wikipedia
|In Movie Theaters:||Wednesday, October 20, 2010 Limited|
|On DVD:||Tuesday, November 30, 2010|
Released; Now Available Buy or Rent Availability
|Companies:||Glen Echo Entertainment|
|Runtime:||1 hour, 25 minutes|
After viewing this film, you will never look at Wikipedia the same way. The filmmakers engagingly explore the history and cultural implications of one of the most referenced sites on the Web. A whole range of opinion is expressed about the impact of Wikipedia on the archiving of learning, from interviews with founder Jimmy Wales to commentators suspicious of the site's supposed neutrality. Evenhandedly weaving multiple perspectives about the impact of Wikipedia, the film provokes a deeper conversation on how knowledge is formed and what future generations will learn about history and the world.
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- added the US DVD release date of November 30, 2010
- changed the US film release date from TBA to October 20, 2010
- added a synopsis
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- set the MPAA rating to NR
- added Glen Echo Entertainment as a distributor
- added a running time of 85 minutes
- added the tagline: "Imagine a world where everyone had access to the sum of all human knowledge. "
- added Nic Hill to the credits
- added Scott Glosserman to the credits