The 405 Film have partnered with Picturehouse Central to bring the best documentary discussion to London. Our next co-presentation is the acclaimed Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World with a post-film discussion to be led by Chris Harris on Monday 31st October. To buy a ticket and to join the discussion, buy your ticket here.

You're reading this on the Internet. That's a fact. What if the Internet didn't exist? What if there was no blogging platform, no website, no social media network to write or cry or debate on? Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Cave of Forgotten Dreams) explores the effect of the Internet - as well as its history and future - as well as delving deeper into what it means to be really human.

Herzog does not himself use a phone (smart or otherwise) and rarely goes online. Ironically this makes him the perfect choice to examine the impact connected technology is having on our lives. Neither celebration nor condemnation, Herzog's exploration includes volunteering for tech-pioneer Elon Musk's mission to Mars and looking at technological developments that could lead to breakthroughs in medical research. Most affecting of all are the questions asked about the dark side of the web: can we trust those who understand this technology not to misuse it? On a planet still governed by nature's laws, what if our online infrastructure were completely wiped out by natural disaster?

If the documentary creates questions that can only be answered by asking on Quora, then maybe the Central Docs Club screening is perfect for your inquisitive mind.

Buy your ticket to Lo & Behold now and join the discussion on Monday 31st October.