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Eduardo Williams

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Eduardo "Teddy" Williams
Born1987 (age 36–37)
Alma materUniversidad del Cine
OccupationFilm director
Years active2010–present
Notable workThe Human Surge

Eduardo "Teddy" Williams (born 1987) is an Argentine film director. He first studied at Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires, and then in Fresnoy, France, under the tutorship of Portuguese director Miguel Gomes. Williams works within an avant-garde/experimental tradition, and has made the feature film The Human Surge, in addition to a number of short films. His works have been presented at film festivals such as Cannes, Locarno, Toronto and New York.[1] He frequently works with his partner and fellow countryman actor Nahuel Pérez Biscayart.


  • Tan atentos [So Attentive] (2011, 8 min.)
  • Could See a Puma [Pude ver un Puma] (2011, 18 min.)
  • Alguien los vio [They were seen] (2011, 17 min.)
  • The Sound of the Stars Dazes Me [El ruido de las estrellas me aturde] (2012, 20 min.)
  • That I’m Falling? [Que je tombe tout le temps?] (2013, 15 min.)
  • I forgot! [Tôi quên roi!] (2014, 26 min.)
  • The Human Surge [El auge del humano] (2016, 97 min.)
  • Parsi (2018)
  • No es (2019, 20 min.)
  • The Human Surge 3 [El auge del humano 3] (2023, 121 min.)


  1. ^ P.M. Cicchetti, "An Interview with The Human Surge’s Eduardo Williams," Reverse Shot (Museum of the Moving Image), March 2, 2017.

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