Lo and Behold Film Reviews

Lo and Behold Film Reviews

Film Reviews

LO AND BEHOLD PRESS BREAKS & REVIEWS
Sundance 2016

/FILM – January 20, 2016

“‘Lo and Behold’ Trailer: Werner Herzog’s Doc Explores Artificial Intelligence and the Future,” by Ethan Anderton

BUZZFEED – January 20, 2016

“The 71 Most Highly Anticipated Movies At The 2016 Sundance Film Festival,” by Adam B. Vary, Kate Aurthur

THE TELEGRAPH – January 20, 2016

“The 21 strangest and most exciting movies at Sundance 2016,” by Tristram Fane Saunders

INVERSE – January 20, 2016

“Werner Herzog’s New Documentary chines That Feel,” by Adam Toobin

CARTOON BREW – January 20, 2016

“Werner Herzog Believes Animation is More Convincing in Virtual Reality Than Live-Action,” by Scott Thill

THEGUARDIAN.COM – January 19, 2016

“Sundance 2016: which films are set to reverse festival’s box office flameout?” by Nigel Smith and Lanre Bakare

POPULAR MECHANICS – January 19, 2016

“Watch the Trailer for Werner Herzog’s New Film About Robots,” by Ramy Zabarah

TWITCHFILM.COM – January 19, 2016

“Sundance 2016 Preview: A Documentary Tour” By Ryland Aldrich

YAHOO! MOVIES – January 19

“Sundance Film Festival Preview: 15 Movies We Can’t Wait to See” By Yahoo Movie Staff

FIRSTSHOWING.NET – January 18, 2016

“Sundance 2016: The 10 Most Anticipated Films We Can’t Wait to See,” by Alex Billington

CRAVEONLINE – January 18

“SUNDANCE 2016 TEN MOVIES WE CAN’T FREAKING WAIT FOR” By William Bibbiani

THE FILM STAGE – January 18, 2016

“Our 25 most anticipated films of Sundance Film Festival” by Jordan Raup includes film.

THE NEW YORKER – January 13, 2016

“Werner Herzog Talks Virtual Reality,” by Patrick House

INDIEWIRE – January 13, 2016

“Werner Herzog Has Seen the Future of Virtual Reality and Finds Nothing But Man’s Futility,” by Zack Sharf

INDIEWIRE – January 8, 2016

“2016 Sundance Film Festival Announces Conversations With Christopher Nolan, Werner Herzog and More,” by Zack Sharf

INDIEWIRE – THOMPSON ON HOLLYWOOD – January 4, 2016

“Watch: Werner Herzog Narrates Trailer for His Sundance Doc ‘Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World,” by Matt Brennan

FANDOR – January 2, 2016

“Daily | Most Anticipated Films of 2016,” by David Hudson