On October 25, TEDxJacksonville is holding their signature event, a once-a-year, live conference at WJCT featuring live local and international speakers and performers who will explore the theme of (un)knowing.
One of the twelve TEDxJacksonville speakers this year is Cullen Hoback, director of the acclaimed documentary, Terms and Conditions May Apply.
Cullen is coming from Los Angeles to Jacksonville give a TEDx talk on digital privacy at the (un)knowing conference on 10/25, then will be at Sun-Ray Cinemas on Sunday 10/26 for a screening of his documentary and a live Q+A with the director.
Tickets are available for $10 at http://www.tugg.com/events/10987 and must be purchased by October 17.
About Cullen Hoback
Cullen Hoback is an American filmmaker and digital rights advocate who has been touring the world with his most recent documentary TERMS AND CONDITIONS MAY APPLY (2013).
Hoback has appeared on MSNBC, CNN, NPR, Fox, Huffpo Live, etc. and has written op-eds for The Guardian and other major media outlets. He has won numerous awards, and his films have played in theaters and on TV stations around the world. Hoback is currently developing a slate of films (documentaries and narratives), all with a clear social purpose.
TEDxJacksonville is an independently-organized, TED-like event licensed by TED.com Our goal is to present talks on issues that matter to our community–free from corporate, political and religious agendas–and to spark a real dialogue about how to make a difference. At our TEDxJacksonville event, (un)knowing on 10/25, TED Talks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events, including ours, are self-organized on a local level.