Legendary master filmmaker Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Cave of Forgotten Dreams) examines the past, present and constantly evolving future of the internet in LO AND BEHOLD: REVERIES OF THE CONNECTED WORLD. A provocative and illuminating documentary produced by NETSCOUT, a world leader in real-time service assurance and cyber security, LO AND BEHOLD traces what Herzog describes as "one of the biggest revolutions we as humans are experiencing," from its most elevating accomplishments to its darkest corners. Featuring original interviews with cyberspace pioneers and prophets such as Elon Musk, Bob Kahn, and world-famous hacker Kevin Mitnick, the film travels through a series of interconnected episodes that reveal the ways in which the online world has transformed how virtually everything in the real world works, from business to education, space travel to healthcare, and the very heart of how we conduct our personal relationships.
"These pictures, I think, come closest to describing my stories than any other work I’ve made,” Gregory Crewdson says of his latest project, “Cathedral of the Pines.” “They’re the most intimate, the most private, the most personal, and the closest to my heart.” In the video above, Crewdson and his crew discuss crafting enigmatic forest scenes in and around the rural town of Becket, Massachusetts, where Crewdson has lived, in a converted church, since 2011. The thirty-one works that make up “Cathedral of the Pines” will go on view at the Gagosian Gallery on January 28th.