Video game bad guy Ralph and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz must risk it all by traveling to the World Wide Web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope's video game, "Sugar Rush." In way over their heads, Ralph and Vanellope rely on the citizens of the internet -- the netizens -- to help navigate their way, including an entrepreneur named Yesss, who is the head algorithm and the heart and soul of trend-making site BuzzzTube.
In a convention of youtubers, the characters enter into various conflicts since they are all in search of fame at any price.
A group of Internet "sensations" compete for a tv show. Parody of the Internet.
Part of the puppet film trilogy "Gabbage Head," the film features the main character - the stubborn and selfish peasant Saamuel - and his loyal partner Pink Piglet. The actions take place in Internet, into where Saamuel and his Piglet get by accident. Saamuel understands the importance of information and starts do deal with it.
The year is 1994, Bo infiltrates the Internet to retrieve a private picture of hers.
Starring Lil Romeo, Clifton Powell, and Katt Williams and directed by Master P, this feature follows a lovelorn man who advertises himself as a seven-foot-tall L.A. Lakers basketball star in his online personals ad.
A fast-paced and thought-provoking film told through fragments of internet videos, animations, blogs and news articles. A series of shocking events unfolds when a young man creates a public treasure hunt for his own amusement and a video blogger decides to pursue the riddles across country.
As the city and it's occupants fall under the control of a Heavy Metal band, "Necrodemon", blood is shed and mass murder ensues. Soon the FBI is brought in, to solve the case. With only a few missing computers to go on, will the FBI be able to crack the case before destruction befalls the city and the world?
Many stories happen simultaneously through Internet. In the real world, people are lonely, isolated, desperate for finding love, friendship and tenderness. They project themselves as superheroes, with infinity of friends and hypersex. They live asphyxiated in front of their machines, unable to live with the people that surround them, exasperated for finding a pinch of love in the fantasy of the net. Outside the virtual world, they do not exist.
Internet realizes that he exists and discover mankind through our web contents.
Starting out as e-mail pen pals, Daniel and Laura soon fall in love. Only problem is that she lives in Germany and he lives in Los Angeles. When they finally arrange to meet in person, they discover that there is no chemistry between them.
Internet Rising is a digi-documentary investigating the evolving relationships between the Internet and collective consciousness of humanity.
The dizzying A-Z of online porn.
Why do people vent such toxic opinions online? Filmmaker Kyrre Lien spent three years travelling the world to find out who these anonymous ‘internet warriors’ are and why they do it.
Joe Nation wants to go viral on YouTube and reach Internet fame. But things take a turn for the worse when he mistakenly hires Bob Thunder, a cold-blooded killer, to help him.
The Internet Must Go is a 2013 independent docufiction short web film about net neutrality (the principle that Internet service providers (ISPs) should not favour either type of content over another), directed by Gena Konstantinakos. The film chronicles the journey of (fictional) misguided market researcher John Wooley (played by Second City alum Brian Shortall) as he attempts to sell ISPs' vision for what they call a "faster, cleaner" Internet. However, learning about net neutrality from several (non-fictional) people in the process, he ultimately opts to re-consider his standpoint.
Freelancer Touno Kouhei, office lady Hamada Saori, and graphic designer Ginji realize that they're not content in their current jobs, and break free to pursue their dreams - as a musician, a photographer, and an artist, respectively.
CollegeHumor's YouTube Red series features darkly comedic stories about surprising failures of the Internet and technology.
Contestants compete in a series of challenges designed to highlight their creativity and filmmaking skills in an effort to become the next big internet star.
Internet Tonight is a television program on the cable network ZDTV. The show combined the "effervescent moxie" of Michaela Pereira with the "dry wit" of Scott Herriott, to bring the viewers the latest in Internet trends, humor, and news. Due to the production value it was called the "absolute slickest show [TechTV] had" but was canceled when "Paul [Allen] took a dislike to the show ... and just killed it" A daily, half-hour show, it was on the launch schedule for ZDTV, and strove to be "the show of record about the Net." Segments included Strange Sites, Incredibly Useful Sites, and Home Sweet Homepage. The collection of these links were amassed into an archive called The Big List and on each show Scott's trademark was to yell 'THE BIG LIST' at its first mention. The show had contributing correspondents, most with their own dedicated segment: ⁕The Surf Guru – ZDTV'S night watchman and self-proclaimed net expert played by Ed Marques. ⁕Meghan Marx – the host of Love Online with Match.com ⁕Liam Mayclem – the Music Online reporter and ⁕Roving reporter SuChin Pak
Tatort Internet is a German television series. Internet crime - protecting our children is at last between 7 October 2010 and 22 November 2010  television series broadcast on RTL 2, which examined in ten episodes with the sexual abuse of children, especially in the context of the Internet. It is located in the area between documentary, docu-soaps and reality TV.
Good Morning Internet is an American web series, which aired on IFC and IFC.com in the United States. Good Morning Internet is a mock morning television show making the transition from broadcast to the internet. The show was produced and filmed in New York City by POYKPAC, a Brooklyn-based comedy troupe.
How is the internet shaping our lives in the 21st Century?
Fat Guy Stuck in Internet is an American live-action science fiction comedy television series on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. The series was created by John Gemberling and Curtis Gwinn; and ended with a total of ten episodes over the course of one season. An adaptation/remake of Gemberling and Gwinn's 2005 Channel 102 web series Gemberling, Fat Guy Stuck in Internet follows computer programmer Ken Gemberling – the titular "Fat Guy" – who is accidentally sucked into his computer and learns he is destined to save cyberspace from a variety of evils. After a pilot aired in May 2007, Adult Swim commissioned a full season of Fat Guy Stuck in Internet which lasted ten episodes, airing from June 2008 to August 2008. Following the run of its first season, the channel chose not to renew the show for a second, effectively cancelling the series.
The Internet can be a powerful tool, allowing people to communicate and conduct business across borders. Unfortunately, that also makes it easy for people to, often anonymously, threaten others -- or worse -- post content that they don't like. This series tells stories of folks whose lives were ruined because they did something as simple as sending a tweet or posting a status update. Each episode features two people whose lives were turned upside down because of a few keystrokes. The true tales include a woman who received death threats for sending a tweet calling for a cable show's cancellation, a British man who was detained by the Department of Homeland Security because British slang was misunderstood, and a woman who was forced to move out of her town because of violent threats directed toward her for using the wrong emoji on Facebook.
Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet is a 1998 three hour American PBS documentary film that explores the development of the Arpanet, the Internet, and the World Wide Web in the United States from 1969 to 1998. It was created during the dot-com boom of the late 1990s. The documentary was written and hosted by Robert X. Cringely and is the sequel to the 1996 documentary, Triumph of the Nerds.
Download: The True Story of the Internet is documentary television series about Internet history. It is aired on Science Channel at US and Discovery Channel for other countries. It originally aired on March 3, 2008. The show was hosted by John Heilemann.
The Net is a 1998 television drama series based on the 1995 film of the same name. The series starred Brooke Langton as Angela Bennett, the character Sandra Bullock played in the film. Produced in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the series originally aired for one season on the USA Network before being canceled in 1999.
A documentary series that explores the furthest reaches of the internet and the people who frequent it, Dark Net provides a revealing and cautionary look inside a vast cyber netherworld rarely witnessed by most of us. Provocative, thought-provoking and frequently profound, each episode illuminates an exciting, ever-expanding frontier where people can do anything and see anything, whether they should or not.
Dawn O'Porter presents the definitive guide to online dating, the biggest phenomenon in our collective love lives since the contraceptive pill.
Vint Cerf, Steve Case, and Ed Snowden -- internet insiders reveal its hidden past and startling present.
An adrenaline-fueled ride through the culture of speculation, innovation and disruption during Silicon Valley’s unprecedented tech boom and subsequent bust in the 1990s. This mostly scripted series weaves in select documentary elements that help tell the true inside story of the internet’s formative years.