Take 100

Director of Sundance Film Fest picks 10 best new filmmakers

Director of Sundance Film Fest picks 10 best new filmmakers

Algenis Perez in SUGAR (2008), directed by Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden Trevor Groth started working for Sundance as an intern in 1991. Now, twenty years later, he’s the director of programming for the annual film festival. It’s safe to say that in his time here he’s seen his fair share of films. Last year…

Phaidon gets Creamier

Phaidon gets Creamier

“Debora Muller,” by Roe Ethridge, 2008
Phaidon is hitting heavy this month with two major releases, “Take 100: The Future of Film,” which profiles 100 of the world’s most promising new directors and “Creamier.” “Creamier is the fifth book in the celebrated “Cream” series, which has served as a forecaster of contemporary art since 1998. Like its predecessors, “Creamier” showcases the 100 most exciting emerging artists chosen by the world’s top 10 curators. Each curator chooses 10 artists each as well as one key work, which are compiled in an appendix and represent the 10 most “relevant or influential” individual works in today’s art scene.