See the winner of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival's Best U.S. Documentary Award, Ondi Timoner's film about experimental artist Josh
Harris's "Orwellian, Big Brother-type concept which placed more than 100 artists in a human terrarium under New York City, with myriad webcams following and capturing every move the artists made." A live, Web-cast Q&A with the filmmakers folows the movie. Presented in conjunction with Atlanta Film Festival 365, Paste Magazine, and www.Einsiders.com.
John Powers's 'Fresh Air' review of 'We Live in Public' can be heard at npr.org.