DEFCON: The Documentary is a film that came out last year covering the 2012 DEFCON convention, the world’s largest hacking convention. The documentary is nearly 2 hours long shows a variety of what goes on at DEFCON beyond the stories and high profile hacks that might make it into the news. The documentary is streaming freely on YouTube on The Documentary Network channel and is embedded below.
A film about the world’s largest hacking convention and its 20th year running. Filmed over the summer of 2012 and containing hundreds of hours of interviews, parties, presentations and spectacle.
Over 280 hours of footage was recorded in support of the documentary, and five separate camera crews were in action.
Directed by Jason Scott with camerawork by Eddie Codel, Alex Buie, Drew Wallner, Rick Dakan, Steve Fish, Kyle Way and Rachel Lovinger.
Produced by Jeff Moss and Russ Rogers.