An Evening with Werner Herzog: A Cinematic
An Evening with Werner Herzog: A Cinematic MasterFoothills FocusA few weeks ago, I got a call from a fellow film critic friend letting me know that director Werner Herzog was going to be in town doing a discussion at Arizona State University. I didn't know anything else but that Werner Herzog was coming, and I ...
Posted on 5 May 2017 | 3:04 pm
10 Lessons I Learned From An Evening with
OC Weekly10 Lessons I Learned From An Evening with Werner HerzogOC WeeklyWerner Herzog is perhaps one of the finest filmmakers of our time, diving deep into fascinating studies of humanity in both narrative and documentary form. But as much as his captivating films leave us enlightened, the 74-year old director sparks up ...
Posted on 2 May 2017 | 7:56 am
Interview: Veronica Ferres on Werner
Fandom (blog)Interview: Veronica Ferres on Werner Herzog's 'Salt and Fire'Fandom (blog)Every Werner Herzog film is an event worth seeing. The director is known for his incredible storytelling and astounding visuals, and his newest movie, Salt and Fire, stars a brilliant cast including Veronica Ferres, Michael Shannon, and Gael García Bernal.
Posted on 28 April 2017 | 1:57 pm
'Salt and Fire': Werner Herzog's latest is
cleveland.com'Salt and Fire': Werner Herzog's latest is nuts, but strangely entertaining (review)cleveland.comCLEVELAND, Ohio -- Has Werner Herzog lost his damn mind? The question stuck with me like a loose tooth while watching "Salt and Fire." Herzog's latest film, you see, is no "Grizzly Man." It isn't even a documentary. But somehow I kept imaging Herzog as ...
Posted on 27 April 2017 | 1:29 pm
An Evening with Werner Herzog - L.A. Weekly
L.A. WeeklyAn Evening with Werner HerzogL.A. WeeklyChapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts is honored to present An Evening with Werner Herzog on Thursday, April 27 at 7 p.m. in Folino Theater, Marion Knott Studios (283 N. Cypress St. Orange, Calif.). Admission is free. Registration ...
Posted on 20 April 2017 | 1:15 pm
Sundance Next Fest: Father John Misty &
Sundance’s Next Fest will return to The Theater at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles for its second year when the Sundance Film Festival spinoff...
Posted on 14 April 2015 | 12:57 pm
Sundance Next Fest returns to the Theatre at
The Sundance Institute announced Tuesday that Sundance Next Fest will return Aug. 7-9 to the Theatre at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. This will be the third year that Sundance has put on a summer event in L.A. and the second in a row at the recently renovated, 1,600-seat venue.
Posted on 14 April 2015 | 11:32 am
Sundance Announces Summer Dates For NEXT
Sundance Institute announced it will host the second year of Sundance NEXT Fest from Aug. 7-9, 2015 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. The weekend-long summer festival celebrates the renegade spirit of independent artists by pairing five new independent films with either a special music act that shares a complementary artistic sensibility or conversations between the filmmakers ...
Posted on 14 April 2015 | 11:16 am
21 documentaries you really need in your
Prepare for your mind to be blown.
Posted on 14 April 2015 | 9:55 am
Sundance's Next Fest Sets Dates
The mini-fest will return to the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
Posted on 13 April 2015 | 9:00 pm
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The streaming site, which is available through a Roku app or at shoutfactorytv.com, offers up a variety of movies and series across a number of genres, ranging from Werner Herzog films to “Car 54 Where Are You?” Gene Pao, the vice president of digital ...
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 3:04 am
Hollywood, Texas: The Movie Myths of
Making film from film’s self-dissection is a process shared by a motley crew of artists and directors alike, from Guy Debord, Andy Warhol, and such Structural filmmakers as Tony Conrad, Michael Snow, and Hollis Frampton, to Dziga Vertov, Werner Herzog ...
Posted on 22 August 2015 | 11:09 pm
Fantastical Strandbeests take their first
“It’s lifelike enough that we feel kinship to it,” said Herzog, who is married to the filmmaker Werner Herzog. “Strandbeests immediately induce this sense of awe and wonder, but then you keep thinking and dreaming about them. It’s a description ...
Posted on 22 August 2015 | 3:01 am
How Margaret Thatcher and an 'SNL'
I'm like, 'No, whatever you're about to say.'" In the time it takes Hader to consume two carafes of French-press coffee, he references Frederick Wiseman's "High School," Werner Herzog's "Little Dieter Needs to Fly" and, for good measure, "The Epic That ...
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 1:02 am
The Quay Brothers: a nightmarish inspiration
(Other pairings in the series included Nicolas Roeg and Adrian Utley of Portishead, Hal Hartley and Louis Andriessen and Werner Herzog and Sir John Tavener.) Working with Stockhausen was an unusual experience, both brothers recall. Timothy remembers how ...
Posted on 20 August 2015 | 1:05 am
Herzog screens 2 Golden Lion contenders
For four decades, no Werner Herzog film ever was accepted for competition at the Venice Film Festival. This year, there are two.
Posted on 5 September 2009 | 8:32 am
No redemption for this 'Bad Lieutenant'
German director Werner Herzog says his "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans," starring Nicolas Cage as a drug-addicted homicide detective and Eva Mendes as his prostitute girlfriend, has nothing to do with Abel Ferrara's 1992 cult classic
Posted on 4 September 2009 | 10:41 am
Moment-by-moment recap of the Oscars
Welcome to the “Slumdog Millionaire” awards. I’ll be telling you really important things you need to know about what goes down, just in case you’re not actually watching. Or maybe you are watching — and reading this and Tweet
Posted on 22 February 2009 | 4:20 pm
Resolved Question: Who are some directors
i also no werner herzog, quentin tarintio and david lunch
Posted on 2 March 2013 | 1:42 pm
Resolved Question: Why did Werner Herzog
what does the editing of the film have to do with how Herzog felt about Treadwell? Why does Herzog decide to tell the audience that Treadwell got eaten by a bear in the beginning of the film?
Posted on 18 November 2012 | 7:26 am
Resolved Question: What are some other
Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Posted on 9 September 2012 | 1:14 pm
Resolved Question: Great film maker's more
Obviousley most modern hollywood films are rubbish. Can you Reccomed some great beautiful films that could go along side directors such as Sergio Leone,Werner Herzog,Jim Jarmusch.I know they are all very different film makers, im just saying, but you may mention someone I already know,because iv checked out many many people.Thanks.
Posted on 18 April 2012 | 8:55 am
Resolved Question: Werner Herzog Into The
I have been emotionally troubled lately from watching Werner Herzog's Into The Abyss. I am experiencing erratic emotions mostly anger and sorrow over being made aware of Michael Perry and his execution. I feel no gradual or constant trend of emotions for the victims, but I do from Michael Perry's death...I have to actually pursue and find the emotions for the victims, e.g. watching the video made after the execution of the victims families and seeing them mourn, then I feel for them but it's never a constant passive and ongoing feeling. I felt sad then at the time for the victims families watching, but it's almost comparable to the sad I got from Michael Perry being executed, however this I feel all the time unlike the victims, as If I knew Michael Perry or was his family and had a deeper emotional connection, which I don't but obviously do or am feeling. Where I did not get the relief like the victims families would have got, or the "Justice has been served" A sense of hate or any negative emotion towards Michael Perry that the victims family or any other person watching would have for his crime, I felt sad and angry about Michael Perry being executed, and this has clouded over any feeling for the victims etc, I don't understand why. It's not like I don't feel for them, but it's just this constant sadness and anger I have over the other where both should be neutral or irrelevent as I do not know, or ever knew either I'm just like anyone else watching and looking over this, so why do I feel more emotion towards Michael Perry being given the government cocktail and killed, as opposed to the victims? When I see Michael Perry in the videos (The only place I could ever see him) I see into his eyes and just see a human, a scared human, a happy human, an angry human, but theres something else that I can't explain, I actually found him likable and as if I could of been a friend, ignoring what he did completely. Did Werner Herzog shoot this thing in a biased way or something? Was I ever supposed to feel this much towards Michael Perry? Was I supposed to feel this less about the victims and victims family?
Posted on 9 April 2012 | 10:52 am