Hackers Are People Too

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Hackers Are People Too
Hackers Are People Too Screenshot
Format Video (TV)
Genre Documentary
Origin USA
Language English
Release Date 8 August 2008
Running Time 43 min
Created by Ashley Schwartau
Directed by Ashley Schwartau
Produced by Winn Schwartau
Written by Ashley Schwartau
Screenplay by Ashley Schwartau
Distributed by Managed Mischief, Flat Nine Studios
Narrated by NA
Starring Chris Darbro, Scott Davidson, Flea, Grey Frequency, Jason Scott Sadofsky, Siviak
Music by Lawrence Ethan, Darren Ohl, Amanda Shapiro, Daniel Wilkerson
Cinematography by Ashley Schwartau
Edited by Ashley Schwartau
Production Company Managed Mischief, Flat Nine Studios
Location(s) Las Vegas, NV, USA
Original Channel NA
Additional Information
Based on NA
Topics Technology, Computers, Hacking
Follows NA
Precedes NA
Associated Video NA
Website hackersarepeopletoo.com

Hackers Are People Too is a 2008 documentary film about the hacker community, written and directed by Ashley Shwartau.


Hackers do laundry. Hackers like movies. Hackers are people and could be your neighbors, your brother, your friends. Presenting a portrait of the hacking community, created by the community themselves, this film breaks down negative stereotypes by letting hackers show you that they are really no different from anyone else. Delving into areas such as the way hackers think, what is hacking, hackers in the media, and women in the security/hacking field, this film will have you questioning your ideas about what a 'hacker' really is.


Film User Format Link Notes
Hackers Are People Too (2008) NA ISO Archive.org

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