Werner Herzog (German: [ˈvɛɐ̯nɐ ˈhɛɐ̯tsoːk]; born 5 September 1... - dofaq.co
Werner Herzog (German: [ˈvɛɐ̯nɐ ˈhɛɐ̯tsoːk]; born 5 September 1...
wikipedia - 25 Aug 2019
Werner Herzog (German: [ˈvɛɐ̯nɐ ˈhɛɐ̯tsoːk]; born 5 September 1942) is a German screenwriter, film director, author, actor, and opera director.
Werner Herzog interview: ‘You have to behave like a criminal to make a film’
Telegraph.co.uk - 13 Sep 2019
Visionary director Werner Herzog talks to Chris Harvey about his latest work – and ticks him off for not knowing the Bible better.
10 Times Werner Herzog Was Peak Werner Herzog
The Federalist - 27 Aug 2019
Let's take a moment to appreciate Warner Herzog by digging into the archives for a tour of his very peak entertainment performances.
End of humanity ‘no tragedy’ – Werner Herzog
Irish Examiner - 13 Sep 2019
Werner Herzog has said the removal of the “fragile” human race from the planet would be “no tragedy”. The German director has shared his unsentimental view ...
All Werner Herzog Movies Ranked By Tomatometer
Rotten Tomatoes - 04 Sep 2019
From Aguirre to Grizzly Man, Rescue Dawn to Bad Lieutenant, it's all the best movies (and the worst) directed by the legendary director!
Werner Herzog features prominently in the new Star Wars trailer
Dazed - 24 Aug 2019
Werner Herzog's voice, whether it's narrating a documentary about volcanoes or riffing about what you'll find in the eye of a chicken (“bottomless stupidity, ...
Werner Herzog: Chicken Expert
Boing Boing - 06 Sep 2019
The enormity of their flat brain; the enormity of their stupidity is just overwhelming. You have to do yourself a favor, when you're out in the country: try to look a ...
High Times Greats: Werner Herzog’s Strange Visions
High Times - 05 Sep 2019
Werner Herzog has the mind of a mystic and the soul of an eternal dreamer. In this 1985 High Times article by Robert Seidenberg, Germany's leading ...
California Streamin’: Herzog’s documentary on the German Helen Keller will make you cry
San Francisco Chronicle - 15 Sep 2019
If Werner Herzog had made no other film than “Land of Silence and Darkness” (1971), he would have still been one of Germany's greatest filmmakers. Over on ...
Criterion Reflections - Episode 59 - Werner Herzog's Fata Morgana
CriterionCast.com - 09 Sep 2019
Podcast: Download (Duration: 1:33:28 — 47.2MB). Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee's ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion ...
That’s A Wrap: Film festival recalls accomplishing goals, meeting stars
The Weekender - 17 Sep 2019
The Toronto International Film Festival concluded Sunday, with Taika Waititi's Nazi/World War II satire “Jojo Rabbit” claiming the TIFF Audience Award.
'Apocalypse Now!' & The Most Difficult Film Shoots In History
The Hollywood News - 19 Sep 2019
Most movies are relatively easy to make, safe studio lots are transformed, and actors and crew are well looked after, but sometimes the elements to combine to ...
Werner Herzog's Family Romance, LLC reveals the closing gap between humans and artificial intelligence
Firstpost - 09 Sep 2019
German filmmaker Werner Herzog's Japanese film Family Romance, LLC was screened at Cannes Film Festival, 2019, and later at the MAMI Year Round ...
Desolation Center - Movie Review
Austin Chronicle - 19 Sep 2019
Before corporate fests, Desolation Center blew the Mojave apart.
Why We're Excited About 'The Mandalorian,' Disney's New 'Star Wars' Bounty Hunter Show
Thrillist - 25 Aug 2019
The Boba Fett-like character will help launch the Disney+ streaming *service* this fall.
Would we all be happier living as nomads?
Telegraph.co.uk - 18 Sep 2019
Bruce Chatwin thought the world would be a better place if we all did a lot more roaming. Chris Moss wonders what we've lost by abandoning our nomadic roots.
Modern Films buys UK rights on 'Shooting The Mafia', Herzog's 'Family Romance', Jim Marshall doc (exclusive)
Screen International - 29 Aug 2019
UK distribution outfit Modern Films has added three titles to its release slate, including Kim Longinotto's 2019 Sundance hit Shooting The Mafia from Charades.
In Focus: Werner Herzog offers up a desert diptych
The Boston Globe - 01 Aug 2019
Werner Herzog's documentary “Lessons of Darkness” (1992) opens with an orotund statement attributed to the French philosopher Blaise Pascal. It reads: “The ...
'Tattoo Uprising' Review
Hollywood Reporter - 12 Sep 2019
Alan Govenar's wide-ranging 'Tattoo Uprising' includes some material shot with documentary hero Les Blank.
Review: War fuels Alejandro Landes' visceral 'Monos'
Los Angeles Times - 12 Sep 2019
Teenage guerrilla fighters are tasked with guarding a prisoner in the jungles of Latin America in Alejandro Landes' "Monos."