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The Terrible Love of Werner Herzog’s 'Grizzly Man'

By now, 11 years after the initial release of Werner Herzog’s Grizzly Man, many of us already know the story of Timothy Treadwell and his bears. 988 more words


Of Grizzly Men, Venus Flytraps & A Pale Blue Dot

Here’s Werner Herzog in his element. With the eloquent, unintrusive storytelling reminiscent of a standard David Attenborough documentary and the poignancy of Laurence Olivier’s “Remember” at the end of… 584 more words

Eyes & Ears

"The Revenant" And Inarritu's Debt To Werner Herzog

Hollywood, like the Pacific Ocean, is a large, nebulous body whose waves are continually changing and crashing against the warm Southern Californian beaches.

The waves of what is popular in Hollywood change as swiftly as the waves of the Pacific Ocean. 532 more words

'The Look Of Silence's Joshua Oppenheimer: "We Had A Getaway Car And Bags Packed, Ready To Evacuate" - AwardsLine

Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer was teaching Indonesian plantation workers how to make their own film about union issues when he first forged the relationships that would lead him to make the Oscar-nominated documentary The Act Of Killing (2014) and its follow-up The Look Of Silence, exec produced by Werner Herzog. 1,719 more words

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Of The Revenant (2015)

We see things in Alejandra González Iñárritu’s The Revenant (2015) that we have not seen before and will not see again. This is not hyperbole; just consider the way the film was shot: out in the wilderness, under… 1,726 more words

Film Studies


Magnolia Pictures announced that they’ve acquired the worldwide rights to LO AND BEHOLD: REVERIES OF THE CONNECTED WORLD, a playful and intellectually-searching new documentary by legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog that offers a bold exploration of the past, present and constantly evolving feature of the Internet. 403 more words