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Tag Archives: Werner Herzog
It was a very busy weekend here at the Film Forum, with the popular Visual Music playing against the Herzog/Lynch curiosity My Son My Son What Have Ye Done. Though we were excited by the great turnout, we weren’t pleased … Continue reading
Werner Herzog [FILMMAKER] IN CONVERSATION WITH Errol Morris [DOCUMENTARIAN] “FOR YOU TO STEAL A CHARACTER OR A STORY ISN’T REAL THEFT. BUT TO STEAL A LANDSCAPE, THAT IS A VERY, VERY SERIOUS CRIME.” Things Werner Herzog and Errol Morris have … Continue reading
There were four of us clattering and clanging through the drizzly dark streets of Amsterdam. We pedaled and weaved through the crowded evening commute on our rented bicycles – ringing the bells on the handlebars to avoid a head-on with … Continue reading