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2016 Toronto International Film Festival announces lineup, with films from Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Fassbender, Ryan Gosling

On Tuesday, the Toronto International Film Festival revealed a partial lineup for its much-anticipated 41st edition – which is set to screen nearly 400 films between September 8th and 18th. 611 more words


"Cave of Forgotten Dreams" (2010, dir. Werner Herzog)

The documentary form is very powerful because of its ability to impart ideas and facts to an audience, and because documentaries are sometimes presented with non-staged scenes they give the impression that everything in them is absolutely real. 698 more words


"Walk straight ahead, never detour" and Other Life Lessons to Filmmakers from Werner Herzog.

Director Werner Herzog sat down with the folks at No Film School to discuss his twenty-four life lessons for filmmakers. Herzog provides sage advice along with some practical pointers every filmmaker should keep as they journey their careers of storytelling. 7 more words


Werner Herzog's MasterClass

So, if you need proof that the internet is changing education and our access to it then look no further than the MasterClass series. In this series of online classes you learn about different specialized fields of interest from those who specialize in them. 1,023 more words

"From Me To You"

Aguirre, the Wrath of God | Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes (1972)

It’s the age-old question. Can watching a film make you sick?

It’s interesting how linked to our senses, the appreciation of a film is. I was watching Werner Herzog’s West German classic with a queasy stomach the other day. 1,696 more words


Grizzly Man: You! Watch Herzog's Jaw Dropping Documentary

What is Werner Herzog’s best film (in our opinion) is this week’s documentary: Grizzly Man. It’s an extraordinary account of one man’s decision to live unprotected amongst wild bears in Alaska – Timothy Treadwell did this for 13 straight summers, before meeting a horrendous end. 577 more words

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the common denominator

at my workplace. plus a few I borrowed from Werner Herzog, which I posted on the bulletin board this afternoon, which so so far no one has noticed.