Decoding ISIS /
a documentary by Ricardo Mazzon, Antonio Albanese, Graziello Giangiulio ; research and video analysis (2012-2015), AGC Communication.
imprint
Montreal : Ciné Fête, [2017]
description
1 videodisc (52 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
format(s)
DVD
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imprint
Montreal : Ciné Fête, [2017]
credits note
Produced by GA&A, Todos Contentos y Yo Tambien and Magnolia.
general note
Produced in 2015.
abstract
"Each of the Islamic State's actions is accompanied by carefully staged videos whose purpose is horrifying the Western audiences on the evening news and inflaming the Muslim ones. Before being a war machine, ISIS was a huge machine of propaganda employing over 100 Western technicians, with 40 broadcasters and professional production companies. But what lands on our screens is only a tiny part of the hundreds of clips uploaded daily. For two years, 7 experts with different skills, such as military strategy, finance and IT scanned the maze of the Net and monitored over 5000 social network accounts of ISIS supporters worldwide, downloaded hours of content and analyzed it. And what is reveals is an organization that is as media savvy as it is bloodthirsty." -- Container.
language note
In English and Arabic with English subtitles.
catalogue key
10641917
technical details
DVD.

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