Another Body delves into the harrowing reality of a college girl whose life takes an unimaginable twist when her identity (and image) is stolen and used for deepfake pornography. This haunting true story unveils the devasting consequences of technology’s dark side and artificial image making, exposing the chilling ways in which one’s social media presence can be manipulated and even weaponised against oneself.
As society grapples with the implications of advancing AI and the potential for identity theft, this film serves as a cautionary tale, prompting essential conversation about online privacy. A must-watch cinematic experience that leaves an indelible mark.
Preview screening on 2 December followed by a Q&A with directors Sophie Compton & Reuben Hamlyn, chaired by Rachel Cunningham, Senior Lecturer in Photography at the University of Westminster