Her er 'Living in an Unreal World: A Film By Adam Curtis For Readers of VICE,' med smagsprøver på dokumentaristens næste BBC-projekt.
Here's 'Living in an Unreal World: A Film By Adam Curtis For Readers of VICE,' featuring some of the footage from the documentarian's next BBC piece.
The film, out this week, asks if we have become lost in an unreal world.
'3D and the art of Massive Attack' explores the band's visual style, including collaborations with UVA and Adam Curtis.
We talked to the curator, author, and writer about their new philosophy book "The Age of Earthquakes," FKA Twigs, and Generation Z's perception of time.
Curtis sums this problem up as a culture of “If you like that, then you’ll like this.” A culture he believes goes beyond iTunes or Spotify recommendations, and permeates every part of life.
According to Massive Attack V Adam Curtis, Britain in 2013 is a twee, repetitive playpen that is turning us all into infants.
Adam Curtis is Britain’s greatest documentary filmmaker. He’s also one of the best artists the country has produced in recent times. Curtis makes polemical, subtle films that question the status quo from within the British Broadcasting Corporation.
over the years, in his free-form documentary tours of the politics of science, consumerism, and fear, Adam Curtis has made the argument – in a way that manages to be digestible and awkwardly hilarious – that we are never as free as we think we are.