The film ‘Zero Days’ discusses cyber warfare and premiered in Berlin at the Berlin International Film Festival. The movie is directed by Alex Gibney.
The Hollywood Reporter describes the film:
In the trailer, members of the U.S. and international secret services outline the dangers of cyber war as illustrated by Stuxnet, the computer worm, apparently developed by one or more nation states, that sabotaged Iran’s nuclear program and reportedly destroyed up to a fifth of the country’s nuclear centrifuges.
But the Stuxnet incident is only the beginning, Gibney argues. Computer viruses designed to attack critical infrastructure — electrical grids, nuclear power stations, water treatment plants — are out there, and the systems of the U.S. are among the most vulnerable to attacks.
Expect Zero Days to hit theaters and VOD later this year after the festival run.