Noah is an original short film, directed by Walter Woodman and Patrick Cederberg, that's been picked at the Toronto International Film Festival. It tells a modern tale of love and loss, all from behind a computer screen.

Not only is this an adept way of telling a modern love story but it's also engaging on a personal level. We defy you to watch it and not connect on some level with a part of it - be it your browsing habits or your love life, it has something for everyone.

Granted it's focused more on the younger user but it's a totally original study of behaviour and romance in the modern technological age. 

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Luke Edwards

Luke has been touching up tech, and writing, for over a decade across FHM, Stuff, T3 and Shortlist to name a few. With an MA and NCTJs in journalism and an unquenchable love of gadgets, no tech escapes his digits. If you notice comic book, film and adventure sport references in his copy, don't fret, he's obsessed with those too.

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