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The Human Surge Directed by Eduardo Williams Opens March 3 at the Metrograph With The Human Surge, a debut feature that defies categorization and other expectations besides, the Argentinean director Eduardo Williams has done nothing less than attempt to rewire narrative cinema for the information age. It’s a testament to his talent that he so often succeeds. Adopting the relay race as a structuring principle, Williams immerses the viewer in three successive environments—teleporting, as it were, from...
Both Sydney Bennett and Sampha Sisay have spent the last few years in a similar place. They’ve been a near-constant presence, whether through features, EPs, or group efforts, always sticking around. Bennett, who goes by Syd, spent years as a bench player for various Odd Future projects before stepping up as the frontwoman for neo-soul group The Internet. Sampha, as Sisay goes by, was most commonly recognized from his hook on Drake’s “Too Much,”...
Covers of The FADER are iconic. How iconic, you may ask? Well, so quintessential, that the magazine makes nearly every cover available for sale online in the form of a poster. Known primarily as a music magazine, gracing the cover could be seen as something of a rite of passage: it’s seen nearly everyone, from Kanye West, to his buddy Bon Iver, to Drake and Future, Indie stalwarts Beach House, and even Hannibal Buress....
Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World Directed by Werner Herzog Opens August 19 Mere seconds into his new meditation on information technology, the transporting yet still minor Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World, the great Werner Herzog makes one of his patented narratorial overstatements, intoning that the UCLA corridors where the internet was founded decades ago look “repulsive.” By the end of the film, the internet history lesson having long since given way...

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