No Maps For These Territories

Overview

Author William Gibson created a revolution in popular culture with his books Neuromancer, Burning Chrome, and Mona Lisa Overdrive, in which he explored how the rise of digital technology in a socially and politically unstable time impacted people's lives (and vice versa); among other things, Gibson coined the phrase "cyberspace," and his work has had a seismic effect in science fiction circles. No Maps For These Territories examines Gibson's life and work, featuring several interviews with the author as he ...
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Overview

Author William Gibson created a revolution in popular culture with his books Neuromancer, Burning Chrome, and Mona Lisa Overdrive, in which he explored how the rise of digital technology in a socially and politically unstable time impacted people's lives (and vice versa); among other things, Gibson coined the phrase "cyberspace," and his work has had a seismic effect in science fiction circles. No Maps For These Territories examines Gibson's life and work, featuring several interviews with the author as he discusses his creative process, his feelings about the rise of the new digital culture, and the influence of his literary mentor William S. Burroughs. Bono and The Edge from U2, also appear, reading passages from Gibson's work and providing musical interpretations of his work.
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Special Features

Deleted scenes; The Making of No Maps for These Territories; Selected readings by William Gibson and Jack Womack; Interactive menus; Scene selection
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/25/2003
  • UPC: 767685955437
  • Original Release: 2000
  • Rating:

  • Source: New Video Group
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:28:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 85,941

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Mark Neale Director, Producer
Mary Buffett Executive Producer
Ellen Dux Co-producer
The Edge Score Composer
Rochelle Ford Editor
Grant Gee Cinematographer
Tom Gorai Executive Producer
Daniel Lanois Score Composer
Chris Norr Cinematographer
Chris Paine Executive Producer
Mark Pellington Executive Producer
Tomandandy Score Composer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. No Maps [3:00]
2. Post-Human [1:53]
3. Technology [1:37]
4. Future Past [1:24]
5. Television [2:11]
6. Voices of the Dead [2:44]
7. Mediated World [4:49]
8. Neuromancer [5:24]
9. Sterling [6:08]
10. Exile and Drugs [7:20]
11. Myrtle Beach [3:21]
12. Anxiety [2:04]
13. Burroughs [2:16]
14. Salvation [3:38]
15. Writing [5:47]
16. Cyberspace [4:03]
17. Womack [2:51]
18. Slitscan [2:19]
19. Cities [3:39]
20. Unconscious [5:43]
21. Netporn [3:11]
22. Internet [2:36]
23. Search [4:01]
24. Memory Palace [2:01]
25. Credits [3:53]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Readings
      Cardboard City
      Formal Absences of Precious Things
      Mariachi Static
      The Hole
      The Absolute at Large
   Movie
      Play Movie
      Beginning
      Middle
      End
   Fragments
      Neuromancer
      Objects
      The Gernsback Conversation
      The Past
      Crack
      Bohemia
      The Future
      Clocks
   Origins
      Who
      What
      When
      Where
      How
      Why
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