A man runs through an alley in a grainy film still
The Human Surge | Still: Courtesy of Calgary Cinematheque

The Human Surge

Calgary Cinematheque continues its look at Contemporary World Cinema

Amy Jo Espetveidt

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Exploring the impact of the internet and computers in modern times, join Calgary Cinematheque as it screens The Human Surge—a winding look at the constantly evolving world.

Presented in Portuguese, Spanish, and Cuebano with English subtitles, Eduardo Williams’ stunning debut feature takes us on a remarkable journey around the globe, spanning three continents. Structured in three parts starting off in Argentina before moving to Mozambique, and finishing on the Philippine province of Bohol, the film depicts young people who are trying to make ends meet.

The Human Surge screens at 7:00pm on February 9, 2017 at the Globe Cinema (617 8th Ave. SW). Advance tickets and memberships can be found at calgarycinema.org.