A night in Los Angeles becomes a psychological war for survival when an Uber driver, James, and his passenger, Jessica, pick up Bruno, who is charismatic but manipulative.
Technology brings us closer. Or perhaps it brings strangers, a little too close. But how much can you really trust someone? With a new ride share service, you never know who will be getting in a car with. Or if you'll ever get out.
Starring George Jac, Kayla Schaffroth and directed by Tony Olmos. When an over-eager recruit is matched up with an absent-minded detective, the well-meaning pair end up doing more harm than good.
A woman who was raped by a NetCar driver takes a job with the company to exact her revenge on her attacker after she becomes frustrated with the slow pace of the criminal Justice system.
An Uber driver gets word that his fiancé might be cheating on him on New Years Eve and proceeds to give nine different groups of people rides and they influence his decision on how he handles the situation.
After a night out, Diana and Jorge decide to call a cab in order to get home. But in their way, the driver will receive a phone call that might take them into a life threatening situation.
Uber is among the most recognisable brands in the world. It has become embedded in our language and has revolutionised the way we get from A to B. Over the past nine years, the edgy digital disruptor has upended an entire industry business model and made ride sharing cool. But Uber's ride to success has been far from smooth. How did the ruthless app giant outwit regulators and crush its competitors?
The work mediated by digital apps and platforms is growing worldwide. But the advance of the “gig economy”, called in Brazil “uberization”, has aroused debates about the precariousness and intensification of work.